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Neutral tones, Black and a touch of Mustard

I enjoy wearing neutral tones, especially beige and camel. This round neck lightweight cashmere sweater is one of my favourite transeasonal pieces. I received it as part of a birthday gift from my husband almost a year ago. I have worn it countless ways and here I've chosen to style it with a black skirt and a touch of mustard.









The tree behind me in these pictures is actually a Lemonade Tree. The lemons are perfect for cooking. They're also fabulous for making vodka, lemon & soda! Yum!

How's your week going so far? Has anything exciting been happening? I'm looking forward to our day trip this weekend coming. We're travelling to Ballarat to visit my mother-in-law for her birthday. 

Yours in style,
Suzi x

What I'm Wearing: Sweater: Eugenie Cashmere, Skirt: Max & Co, Ballet Flats: Repetto.

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  1. Just love your style and the cashmere which you have teamed so beautifully. Love it x

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  2. Thanks so much! Glad you love it!
    Suzi x

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  3. Love your sweater paired with that skirt and the pop of colour with your shoes! Nice classic outfit :)


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  4. I love that touch of mustard, and your hair looks so pretty in the sun! You have such beautiful red undertones.

    Alexandra xo

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  6. I'm so glad that I accidentally stumbled across your blog. Beautiful photos, beautiful blog, beautiful YOU. You are gorgeous. Love you style! xO

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    1. Thanks so much for your beautiful comment! I really appreciate it!! x
      Suzi x

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