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So my Saturday started off with a visit to my favourite hairdessing salon, Rokk Ebony. My fabulous hairdresser, Yoshi, cut my fringe and now I can see again!! Just kidding. I always feel fabulous after seeing him.

The weather here in Melbourne has been incredibly hot, and today the mercury soared to 37 degrees celsius. Well, with Melbourne being Melbourne, this evening there has come about a cool change, dropping to only 19 degrees. At least the cool change brings fellow Melbournians a pleasant breeze and relief from the scorching heat of the day.













We spent the day at home, enjoying a scrumptious barbecue with my husband and mum. Nothing beats the company of those you love. Later, I spent some time decorating our Christmas tree, with carols playing in the background. Now our home feels like Christmas. 

Wishing you a fabulous evening, whatever you do. Stay happy and wonderfully fashionable.

Yours in style,

Suzi x

Top: Max & Co
Skirt: Denny Rose
Shoes: Repetto

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    1. Thanks! They're a fabulous mustard colour that seems to go with lots of things I have in my wardrobe.
      Suzi x

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  2. It's so fun to decorate for Christmas :) This skirt is really nice - love the deep pink. <3

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    1. Yes it is fun! That's why Christmas is my favourite time of the year. Thanks so much for your lovely comment.
      Suzi x

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  3. so lucky...here in Italy it's snowing..
    www.theprincessgown.com

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    1. I know what you mean. When its cold here, it's sunny in Italy!! At least in Winter you can wear lots of layers.
      Suzi x

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  4. Amazing look dear!
    Love your blog! Following you on Bloglovin, hope you'll follow me back! <3

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