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Arabella Ramsay Haul

So what did I buy from Arabella Ramsay's Winter Solstice Sale, you ask? A skirt and some coloured jeans!

Having been on holidays, I have noticed a bit of a gap in my casual wardrobe, so I have acted upon this by buying myself a pair of navy jeans by Arabella Ramsay. Made with Japanese twill, these jeans are super comfy. They fit like a glove, except the length, so are as a consequence are at my tailor, The Invisible Seam, being altered. 

My second garment is a fabulous mustard coloured woollen skirt, just perfect for cold, wintry days. I love the flirty pleats and feel fabulous wearing it! 


I love the packaging my purchases came in, especially the beautifully printed tissue paper. 

I will be posting pics of how I've styled these new items in the not too distant future, so keep your eyes peeled on my blog. Better still, become one of my highly valued followers. That way, you'll never miss out on all of the exciting things that happen around here. x

I hope you all enjoy your Friday tomorrow (T.G.I.F), no matter where you are and what you do. I may just take myself out shopping again! But you'll be guaranteed that this time, I'll only be window shopping!! I've done my dash on my budget. Oh yes, I nearly forgot to  tell you. Today I was very excited to pick up my glasses from the OPSM Eye Hub in Hawthorn. I purchased a pair of Prada and Burberry eyeglasses, so keep a look out for pics on the blog too.

Yours in style, 
Suzi x


  1. Fabulous blog Suzi. Love your spectular purchases. The jeans look like you said " comfortable" and the skirt stylish. Looking forward to seeing your new fashion eye wear. :) x

    1. Thanks for your lovely comment! I could wear these jeasn all day long and the skirt is so cute!
      Suzi x

  2. I REALLY like the color of that skirt! Those trousers are cute too. And I'm such a sucker for pretty wrapping :)

    I've been following your blog for a while now and I thought I'd say hello. I think you have a lovely style (Audrey would be proud) and I find it inspiring! I'm glad I came across your blog :)

    Can't wait to see those eyeglasses lol.



    1. Thanks so much for your lovely comments!
      Check out my post on the OPSM eye hub to see my new glasses, if you haven't already done so.
      Suzi x


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