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Rewind to NYE 2014

















For the past couple of years, my husband and I have enjoyed spending New Year's Eve with family and friends, but this year, we decided to celebrate with "just the two of us". We went to a beautiful restaurant called Clover Cottage which is located in Berwick. The ambiance, service and food was impeccable. I would highly recommend this restaurant to you and we will definitely be returning there ourselves, sometime in the future.

Between the scrumptious appetizer, exquisite entree, scrumptious soup, delicious carvery and mouth-watering desserts, top-shelf G.H MUMM french champagne and a Fluffy Duck cocktail, this by far was one of the more memorable New Year's Eve I have ever had. 

I wore a dress by Australian designer, Ellery, winner of the 2014 Elle Style Awards Designer of the Year Award.  The fabrics used in the dress is a blend of silk/satin and feels absolutely divine. I love the silhouette and drape and the fact there are also pockets. So chic!

This dress was a Christmas gift from my husband and was purchased at one of my favourite boutiques, Paloma Bleu. Paloma Bleu stock a wide variety of Australian and New Zealand designers, such as cashmere label, Banjo & Matilda, Bec & Bridge, Camilla and Marc and Karen Walker along with a few other international labels, such as Parisian label, Majestic and New York label, Equipment. 

How did you ring in the New Year and, most importantly, what did you wear?

Yours in style,

Suzi x

Outfit details
Dress: Ellery
Heels: Repetto Paris 
Handbag: Louis Vuitton Alma in monogram
Bracelet: Pandora 14ct gold  
Ring: Tiffany & Co Elsa Perreti 18ct gold with diamonds

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  1. I love your fringe and that food looks delicious!

    Seilt 

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    1. Hi Alexandrea! Thanks for the compliment! The food was amazing!
      Suzi x

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