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raspberry sorbet

Over the past couple of days, I have enjoyed catching up with friends for Christmas. It's been wonderful, relaxing, sitting around and sharing our stories from the year gone by.

One of the outfits I wore out to a casual pub dinner, was my most treasured Yeojin Bae skirt in a beautiful raspberry colour, paired with a baby pink sweater.




The weather in Melbourne has been fairly warm. However, the evenings become quite cool and indoors is usually air-conditioned. I found the perfect sweater for the occasion; my Ralph Lauren, silk & cashmere blended short sleeved number.





 




Together, this ensemble reminds me of sweet raspberry sorbet; the sweet vibrant colour of the shantung silk skirt, combined with the soft, pastel shades of the baby pink sweater. 

I hope you all had a beautiful Christmas and enjoyed spending time with family and friends. Take care over the holiday season!

Yours in style, 

Suzi x


What I'm Wearing: Yeojin Bae silk skirt in rose, Ralph Lauren  silk/cashmere sweater, Repetto Orson Rich AD Wedge Booties in Marbre, Louis Vuitton Alma handbag in Monogram canvas.







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  1. cute outfit! love how you have teamed two pinks together! merry christmas x

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  2. Thanks Alice! Merry Christmas to you too.
    Suzi x

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  3. Your skirt is beautiful, I love the colour!

    Laura :)

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  4. I love that simple, elegant pink skirt! I am on the hunt for a skirt with a similar cut to pair with a black peter pan collared shirt I have at home and I might have to give up and make one! I love that it has a bit of a shine to it. Is it silk duponi or satin?

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  5. Thanks Elizabeth! The skirt is made from shantung silk. I saw your blog post featuring the black peter pan collared shirt & I love it to bits! It's so cute & I think pink would look great with it.

    Suzi x

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