Fashion

Construction, but make it fashion

Artcile written by Michelle Rimmer of @states.of

It’s the most exciting time of the year (shopping wise), where the stores start to load up on all of the Spring/Summer drops. The tones on the rack start to shift from darks to brights (which immediately shifts my mood!). The trends I spotted earlier this year on the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Sydney runways, are starting to trickle through to the retail space, and as always, David Jones is leading the way when it comes to fashion.

This Spring/Summer is all about denim - all shades of blues, whites and blacks. Aje’s knitted jumpers are a season round staple as they’re light enough to layer, and they now come in a bunch of shades. The humble cami is making it’s return this season (I usually invest in a few to get me through the warmer months - and they’re always perfect for my next Bali trip).

I’ve been layering Bec & Bridge mini dresses with plain t-shirts for a few summers now and I’m still as obsessed as ever (this is perfect for covering up a few of my zillion freckles!).

There’s a whole lot of construction brewing around David Jones Karrinyup (and don’t get me started on the logistics of the entire Karrinyup Redevelopment - it’s actually blowing my mind!) - but somehow you don’t even realise it’s around you when you’re in store. I can only assume that they’re compensating for the construction by ensuring that the fashion department is even more loaded than normal. And I ain’t complaining!

LOCATION: Karrinyup Shopping Centre, Perth.

STYLE: Cassia Bubble Dress; Aje. Arlo Denim Skirt; Aje. Bunya Cami; Aje. Lennie Jumper; Aje. Jamie Skirt; Aje. Daisy Cut Out Mini Dress; Bec & Bridge. Black Cotton Slub T-Shirt; Country Road. Fleur Jacket With Faux Fur Collar; Nobody Denim. Snapshot Bag; Marc Jacobs.

All items currently available at David Jones Karrinyup.

Outfit images courtesy of De Fleur Creative.