Transitioning From Winter to Spring

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Jacket: Maje (similar Maje jacket here), T-shirt: COS, Skirt: Zara, Boots: Miss Shop, Sunglasses: Asos, Bag: Gucci, Watch: Marc by Marc Jacobs (similar same brand), Bracelet: Mimco, Ring: COS

Transitioning your wardrobe from one season to the next can be difficult, particularly if you live in cities like Melbourne that suffer from seasonal identity crisis. In Melbourne, it's never a good idea to pack away your raincoat in summer or your skirts in winter, because the weather can be so bizzare for good and bad!

While I won't be packing away my coat, I am reaching out for more colourful pieces in my wardrobe and have swapped jeans and a jumper for skirts, dresses and culottes.

How are you transitioning for Spring (or Autumn for people living in the Northern Hemisphere)?


Photos by Ivor

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Closing Night, Melbourne Fashion Week

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My outfit
Jacket: Primark (similar here), Dress: Nicholas, Boots: Miss Shop, Bag: Moschino (sold out) but other Moschino bags here

The elegant Melbourne Town Hall was transformed into a fashion Mecca for Melbourne Fashion Week. The classic stone and marble interiors of the Town Hall were adorned with enormous wild flower installations and transformed pink under reflective lights. Racks of clothes by Australian designers were wheeled across the lobby and hall ways of this historic building. Outside of the grand entrance was a bar, DJ and even a make-up claw machine.

It was the last night of Melbourne Fashion Week and Melbourne's fashion enthusiasts, including my colleagues and I, lined up on Swanston St to see the Spring/Summer collections of Australia's best designers. Lined in the centre of the runway were flowers enclosed in an ice block, with the models walking alongside of these grand centre pieces.

My favourite designers that night were Romance was Born and my love Dion Lee. As always Romance was Born bought out an eccentric mix of colours and textures that all just seemed to work together. One of my favourite designers, Dion Lee, showed some gorgeous structured dresses and an amazing orange fur coat (which I need!!).

What was your favourite designer from Melbourne Fashion Week? Or for my non-Melbourne friends, what is your favourite home-grown designer?


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