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Every time I have to go out somewhere on the weekend I think of all of the possible outfit options that would best suit the place I'm going and what I'll be doing while I'm there. I'm my own personal stylist!

The particular place I was going to this morning was a shopping complex to pick up some new woollen throws for our leather couches. My outfit of choice comprised of my favourite striped breton top and my high-waisted jeans. It's a casual look that's very French chic. I love the nautical inspired belt, with its stripes and brass buckle. I wore my new black patent pumps for the first time too. I just adore them!

Last night, my husband and I had a wonderful evening catching up with some dear friends. We enjoyed talking for hours and eating scrumptious Italian culinary delights at Ricardo's Trattoria. I even had the most gorgeous gluten free sticky date pudding imaginable. If you haven't yet been there, you're missing out on something very special. Ricardo's comes highly recommended and is located at 99 Dundas Place, Albert Park, Melbourne. 

I hope you had an enjoyable weekend. What did you get up to?

Yours in style,

Suzi x


Styling details

Sweater: Bezoar
Jeans: Habitual
Black Patent Pumps: Bally
Belt: Max & Co

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Hoping that your weekend was fabulous and your week is even better!
Yours in style
Suzi x
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