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I am absolutely loving the new Spring Summer '18 collection by Italian fashion designer label, Moncler. The preppy French chic style really appeals to my more casual side. Think fabulous clothes you can wear on a day off or on a weekend.  

I love the way Moncler have put together their looks for the new season to give a very relaxed, chic, effortless feel. 
Clever integration of the trademark Moncler puffer jackets, sees the Italian fashion house stay true to the very essence of the brand. 

Colourways of red, khaki, and beige keep the collection preppy. The use of stripes evokes a very French-chic feel and prints keep things young and flirty. Black, cream and navy is used to keep the collection classic and sophisticated.

I love every look in the Spring Summer '18 collection. I think I would be hard-pressed to choose my favourite, since I pretty much adore everything! 

Do you have a favourite look from the collection? Would love to hear what you think!

Fabulous news for the stylish peeps of Melbourne is that you can all enjoy this new collection as Moncler is now available at Chadstone Shopping Centre! How fabulous is that?

Yours in style, 

Suzi x

Pics from official website https://www.moncler.com/gb/catalogues/moncler-women-ss18/














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