Fashion & Beauty

Winter Fashion Edit

Looking to update your wardrobe but have no idea where to start? Our resident Stylist, Bridget Hudson shares with us her top favourite pieces to keep you warm and on trend this winter. 

The Puffa Jacket, $149.95 | Seed

It’s fair to say that 2020 has brought with it a more laid back way of life. This has influenced the current fashion looks for winter, with the ‘sportsluxe’ look being a top trend for winter. No longer banished to early morning walks or ski trips, the puffer jacket is a must have for it’s comfort, practicality and it’s instant laid back cool factor.

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Rulebreaker Jacket, $490 | Sass & Bide available from Myer
 
Why we love it? This metallic knit jacket combines the classic sharp tailoring that Sass & Bide is renown for, with a Missoni inspired zigzag Milano knit design, detailed in gold.  This statement piece will add a touch of glam and remain timeless in your wardrobe.

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Nicole Boot, $249 | Country Road
 
The white pointed ankle boot is here to stay. These leather booties from Country Road feature a low, wearable heel, a soft elegant point and easy access inner zippers. They look best worn with denim, mini or midi dresses, or with black and white as a monochromatic look. Combining comfort and style, these are the must have boots for winter 2020.

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The Clean Out, $122 | Go To available from Mecca
 
Harsh winter winds and dry indoor heat can lead to dry, dull and depressed skin. Although most of us remember to moisturize daily, sometimes we overlook the benefits of keeping our skin really clean. The pack includes the popular ‘Exfoliating Swipeys’ which remove dead skin cells. ‘Fancy Face’ removes excess makeup and oil, and ‘Properly Clean’  helps unclog pores.  The Go To products smell beautiful and leave your skin healthy and glowing.  Good news if you are on a budget, each item can also be purchased separately.

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Pleat Skirt, $129.95 | Witchery

This faux leather midi skirt combines two trends for the season, the ‘leather look’ and the ‘pleated midi skirt’. It looks best pared down with sneakers or ankle boots, a knit, or tee and blazer.

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The Bianca Tee, $145 | Aje available from David Jones

A classic statement tee is a wardrobe staple and can be worn with almost anything. We love the fit of this slightly oversized tee, and it’s soft cotton fibers are breathable and comfortable to wear.
Aje is an iconic Australian brand that is setting the trends right now, proving that Aussie fashion is ahead of the rest of the international set.

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‘Sneakers’ in Leopard Clash, $209.99 | Rollie available from Hobbs

Popular brand Rollie has just dropped a new collection into Hobbs, and we particularly love these leopard print sneakers. Made from pony hair and suede, these comfy sneakers will add a pop of colour, texture and street cred to any outfit.

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Denim Shirt, $89.95 | Sussan

We can never seem to get enough of denim, and this season it’s coming in the form of  jackets,  jeans of many varieties, dresses, jumpsuits and shirts. Wear your denim on denim and layer it up. This shirt can be worn open over a tee or cami, tucked into a skirt or jeans, or tied around the waist as a layering piece.

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Blouson Sleeve Rib Knit, $210 | Veronika Maine

Add a soft pop of colour to your winter wardrobe with this gorgeous blouson sleeve knit jumper. Constructed from a premium cotton and cashmere blend yarn, this slim line knit is comfortable and flattering. A perfect piece to take you from day to night.

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Heritage Sweat, $99.95 | Country Road

The last time we confidently rocked our tracksuit outside the house was probably somewhere in the 80’s. A change of pace recently has increased the demand and supply of quality sweats. Country Road is and has always been a go to for comfortable leisurewear. Available in several colours and styles, these embroidered sweat jumpers can be worn with trackie bottoms for a casual look or elevated with jeans and a blazer or trench.

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