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The Horses are on the Track

I cannot believe how fast this year is going! It's heading towards Christmas now and the Melbourne Cup Public Holiday has come and gone in a flash. 

Last Tuesday, for Melbourne Cup Day, we decided to do what we did last year; stay home, relax and enjoy watching the big race in the comfort of our very own loungeroom. Although the thought of attending the Cup is very appealing to me, I don't envy any woman having to stand in heels all day, especially in the rain. You'd need to be wearing some comfy heels with a matching umbrealla, that's for sure!

To be honest with you, I really love the fashion more than the horse racing itself and love dressing up for the occassion. I decided to wear black for my base and add a touch of pastel, with my favourite digital printed shirt by Melbourne based designer, Jolet.










Who knows, maybe next year, I may be lucky enough to even attend. Did you go? How was the experience for you? For those of you who live abroad, have you ever attended a horse racing extravaganza?

Hoping the week ahead is fabulous for you! I will be working on my student reports. Lucky me!

Yours in style,

Suzi x

Skirt: Bettina Liano
Shirt:Jolet
Heels:Repetto
Headpiece:Target

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  1. super cute dear!love your looks so much!especially for the headpiece...ultracute!

    kiss,
    saphira-t


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  2. Love the outfit especially the head piece!
    Chic!

    XX Brytani Sierra

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