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M Missoni Prefall 2015

My blog has always been my little hobby and I love how I can return to it whenever I feel like indulging in some of my own "style time", so to speak. My work as a teacher seems world's apart from my love for all things fashion related. But, that's just the thing. How wonderful is it that I can have the best of both world's, my teaching world and my fashion world, as well as my love for all things beautiful? 

Talking about all things beautiful, M Missoni's Prefall '15 collection has just been released. The colours are reminiscent of the 70s and having grown up in this era, it fills me with sweet memories, as I reminisce about my childhood. I love the combination of burgundy, brick orange, saffron, turquoise, navy, the geometric prints, iconic stripes and checked designs. There's nothing I don't like about the collection and I'll be feeling rather excited when it hits our Australian shores!

What are some designer collections you are loving right now?

Yours in style
Suzi x

images thanks to M Missoni xx















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  1. I can relate! I’m student teaching at the moment and I agree that my fashion and teaching worlds are galaxies apart! I found your blog because I was searching Alma bags for a future purchase hopefully :)

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