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Bows

I love bows. I have quite a lot of garments which feature bows of some description. I think it's the feminine quality of a bow that grabs my attention. Bows are feminine, flirty and fun!

A little while back, Melbourne faced a very cold patch. We were all freaking out because it was rare to have to resort to wearing a cashmere sweater in the middle of Summer!! Well, I guess I am a cold bod, but hey...It was so darn cold!!


Anyway, you may have seen this charcoal grey sweater a while back in a previous post (click here). It's so versatile. The cashmere gauge is fine enough for you to get away with wearing it all year round. 



My back skirt by Bettina Liano was the perfect partner in this ensemble. It features a flat bow, which complimented the floaty, soft cashmere bow of the sweater. I love the exposed zip at the back!


The venue we were going to for dinner this cold evening, turned out to be much more warmer than I had thought because of its glass domed roof. So, I ended up sweltering under this fine gauge cashmere, but I didn't mind because I felt feminine, flirty and had heaps of fun!!


Yours in Style,
Suzi x

What I'm Wearing: Sweater-Park Vogel, Skirt -Bettina Liano, Patent Leather Wedges-Repetto.  




Comments

  1. Very cute! I'm a lover of bows toooo! xx

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    1. Fydez, great to see I am not the only one who's a lover of bows! ;)
      Suzi x

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  2. I love the bows on the skirt and top - they really make the outfit. Such classic outfit colours, the bows and the textures keep it really interesting! :)

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  4. What a really lovely comment! Thanks so much. xx
    Suzi x

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  5. very nice outfit!! I like bows too :D

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  6. Very cute ensemble, I'm actually wearing cashmere as I write; how delicious is it to wear?

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  7. I am obsessed with bows too.
    I did a whole collection on them last year - http://www.flowershowfashion.com/search/label/bows
    Take a peek!

    X

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