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Trends worth the mention

If I had to choose between trends or classics, I'd choose classics every time. But, I do think trends deserve a place in our closets. I think it's vital to keeping your look modern and fresh. The things to remember with trends though is that it's important to drop less cash, as they'll date very quickly. My style philosophy is to splurge on classics, but skimp on trends.

Trends worth mentioning are digital prints, clashing prints in tonal colours and pretty pastels. Anything else I say ditch, such as neon brights, sheer see-it-all garments and florals. If opting for glomesh, which seems to be en-trend at the moment, nothing beats vintage. I own an Oroton glomesh bag. It's in great condition and was passed down to me from my husband's grandmother. Would you believe I wore it out to a function at the start of the year before it became a trend. 

PASTELS



CLASHING PRINTS



  

DIGITAL PRINTS

 




So what do you say about these trends? Which is your favourite?

Today was the perfect winter's day. My husband and I had a spot of lunch in Carlton. We sat outside in the sunshine. It was pure bliss! What have you been up to this weekend?

Yours in style,

Suzi x


images courtesy of : montrealgazette.com carven.com louisvuitton.com couturing.com
harpersbazaar.com.au poisepolish.com fashionmagazine.com patternbank.com

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