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It's Autumn in Australia so the weather is becoming progressively cooler. A typical Autumn day usually starts off really cold and by the middle of the day, becomes substantially warm. So just how do you dress to the suit these changes in the weather?

The answer is quite simple really. Dress in layers! As a fellow Melburnian, I am used to having to add and remove my layers according to the changes in temperatures throughout the day. 

What I love about layering is the fact you can get a lot more wear out of your Spring/Summer clothing by simply adding layers either over or under the garment, just like I've done here with my favourite Zimmermann dress. I've added a silk/cashmere sweater underneath for warmth. I could also add a leather jacket over this ensemble for Winter days. It's kind of like shopping in your own closet, creating new looks! Double bonus!

Wishing you a beautiful Easter with family and friends. Hope the Easter bunny spoils you with lots of chocolate eggs!

Yours in style
Suzi x

Dress - Zimmermann
Sweater - Ralph Lauren Black Label
Boots (not pictured) - Fendi




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