Yes it’s that time of year again, Splendour in the Grass is nearly here. And if you are going then it’s time to start thinking about what to wear … here’s some looks that are inspiring us …
Faithful top from Garnsis, Elizabeth Arcade
Wildfox tee from Princess Polly, Adelaide Street
Stylestalker leather top from David Jones, QueensPlaza
Sass & Bide from Myer Brisbane City, The Myer Centre
House of Harlow from David Jones, QueensPlaza
The Bunker Boutique – this jacket will keep you warm!
I know I’ve already said it, but it really is starting to cool down in Brisbane. What to do? Well you don’t have to bring out the jackets, stockings and scarves just yet, instead opt for a longer sleeve and it will keep you warm while you still look damn cool. Here are our fave options from our fave city stores …
Garnsis, Elizabeth Arcade – Love this!
Garnsis, Elizabeth Arcade
Neon Heart from General Pants Co. Albert Street
Therese Rawsthorne from The Loft, Broadway on the Mall
Two of Australia’s biggest retailers have once again shown their fashion cred with their latest collections launching this week. Myer and David Jones both showed ranges featuring some of the most desired designers around. Here is the rundown of just some of the designers you will only find in Brisbane at the Queen Street Mall, Brisbane City Myer and David Jones stores.
Yet another much-loved Australian designer has released their autumn winter 2010 collection. Camilla and Marc’s latest collection is a fusion of power shoulders, sequins, lace and gold hardwear – an amazing combination that is sure to see you through the cooler months with style.
Whether you are trekking down to the real race in Melbourne, going to Eagle Farm or heading out to a Brisbane event, Melbourne Cup is one of those days where you have an excuse to go all out …
Taking our inspiration from Louis Vuitton, here is our edit of what all the ladies should be wearing this year, all sourced from none other than the Queen Street Mall and Brisbane City …
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