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Masquerade

Masquerade: a mask of mystery. Partly hiding away from the world, showing just enough. The eyes are seen, for they are the windows to the soul. Can you see me?

Hiding away, until I feel safe enough to reveal my true persona. Safe enough to reveal the me I want you to see, as I remove my mask so you see the whole of me, in entirety.

Masquerade: a mask of mystery...
















I wore this outfit to a themed Masquerade launch for Cathleen Jia's new bridal collection, Toujours. To see photographs and details of the launch, click here.

Today I visited one of my favourite boutiques, Pearl Rock, located in the gorgeous sea-side suburb of Black Rock, to wish them a very happy 3rd birthday! Pearl Rock have received lots of new Autumn stock, from fabulous designer labels, including Megan Park, Manning Cartell, Sabatini and Karen Walker. Head on down for some champagne and nibbles and while you're there, pick up something fabulous! I did! 

Have a perfect kind of weekend! What are you up to?

Yours in style,
Suzi x 

Dress: Karen Walker from Pearl Rock
Heels: Bally
Mask: Lombards


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  1. Thanks for your response! Karen Walker designs such beautiful dresses. I'll be attending her runway event next weekend as part of the L'Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival, so stay in touch & look out for the editorial I complete on her new Autumn collection.
    Keep in touch!
    Suzi x

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  2. beautiful photos.

    Pass on my blog and follow me if you like, I'd like that.
    I'll leave my link http://annalisamasella.blogspot.it/
    You can also find me on Facebook, instagram, chicisimo, lookbook, bloglovin, Fashiolista.

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    1. Thanks Annalisa! Follow me if you like too.
      Suzi x

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