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A tale of the print pants









There's a little bit of a tale behind these print pants. I was looking around the shops at the designer end of Westfield Doncaster, when I spied in the corner of my eye, a pop of colour hanging on the racks at MaxMara

Now, when something takes my eye, I have to investigate. I picked up the mustard-coloured, dot print pants and sighed with disappointment when I read the price on the tag. Oh well, I guess I would have to say my sweet goodbyes. 

Months later, I go browsing, and low and behold, the same pair of pants catches my eye. I walk in to the store, read the price tag and breathe a sigh of relief. They were on sale! I try on these babies and purchase them. The rest they say is (fashion) history.

I love them so much and they are so comfy that I could wear them every day. But I don't. Instead, I savour them, and wait for that perfect moment, which just happened to be today.

Have you a tale to tell about a piece of clothing in your closet. I'd love to hear all about it, so leave a comment below. x

Hope you're enjoying the weekend so far. I'm looking forward to going shopping tomorrow. I've run out of my favourite Dior lipstick.

Yours in style.

Suzi x


Max Mara pants
3 Dots silk/cashmere top
Bally pumps


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