Monday, 23 May 2016


Why hello!
Welcome to my sixth outfit post in collaboration with Brisbane's landmark shopping destination, QueensPlaza! Have you missed my other posts? Here's one, two, three, four and five for you to catch up on! There's a total of seven outfits to get your Autumn/Winter wardrobe updated and looking more fabulous than last year!

This look is super relaxed and comfortable. It's for those days where you need to run out the door but still want to incorporate trends and stay warm at the same time. It's as simple as throwing on a basic dress, a light coat, boots and an accessory to add a bit of personality to the look.
The coat is so light and such a beautiful material. It's actually made from recycled polyester yarn, which has been crafted from recycled plastic materials. It has pocket detailing and sits just above the ankle.

I loved the simplicity of the dress and highly recommend adding this type of basic into your wardrobe because they're perfect for layering. The boots are comfortable, practical and I love the glossy sheen to them. They make the outfit look a bit more edgy and are going to keep your feet warm during those cold days! I can't go past my favourite part of the outfit - the bandana around my neck. This trend is HUGE right now. Bloggers are absolutely loving this trend and embracing it often. I love how it can make an outfit look cool, edgy and can spice up a basic, just by adding a bandana. My inner 90s child is so happy this is back in fashion! Although I'm not sure if they'll be used for their original purpose anytime soon, ha!

You can see the full outfit below, including a fashion video!


Dress: Metalicus
Coat & Bandana: Witchery 
Boots: Marcs

   All outfits are from retailers at QueensPlaza

Videographer: Josiah Hayton @josiahhayton 
Hair & Makeup: Emma Chen
Stylist Assistant: Lidia Bacur

Amber x

1 comment

  1. Nice coat and scarf :)
    Maria V.


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