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Filippa K

I first discovered Filippa K years ago at a boutique called Manon Cie in Armadale, which has since closed down. I purchased a white basic round neck T-shirt, which I still have and wear when walking the dog. For years, I have searched high and low for another one, since it is so comfy and has lasted some time now and still looks good. 

After years of searching, I finally found my white Filippa K T-shirt at one of my favourite boutiques in the city, called Swensk.

Swensk is a boutique which is committed to slow fashion. Their approach is simple. "Swensk have two approaches to Slow Fashion: 1) Provide designs that last longer then the trends. 2) Quality fabrics and manufacturing."1 

I enjoy wearing garments which are made from the best quality fabrics. They look chic, are comfy and stand the test of time. Cheaper fabrics just don't last, so you have to repurchase more frequently. I think buying quality garments helps to be more sustainable and that's a positive approach to living.







This weekend has been very low-key for me, since I have been sick now for the past couple of days. I am slowly getting better and I'm sure, with rest, I'll be back to my usual energetic self soon. 

We've having really nice weather here in Melbourne at the moment, so that's made me feel a little better. I'm so excited that tomorrow is the first day of Spring. Yippee!

I hope your weekend is off to a great start! What did you get up to today?

Until next time, take care and stay stylish!

Yours in style,

Suzi x

Outfit #1
Filippa K T-shirt 
Arabella Ramsay Jeans
Bally heels
Cathleen Jia headband worn as a belt

Outfit #2
Filippa K T-shirt
Maria Westerlind skirt (limited edition)
Bally heels
Miu Miu handbag

1. quote taken from Swensk.com 






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  1. it's so great when you fall in love with a brand and find where to shop it! lovely looks :)
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    Ester @ Drawing Dreaming

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    1. It certainly is! What is your favourite go-to label?
      Suzi x

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  2. U are so cute!!
    www.noiretdore.com

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