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The Scent Of Spring

These Versace sunglasses are possibly my all time favourite pair, there is something about the style and fit that just flatters the face so well. Trust me, this is of high importance when you are working with an Asian nose.

They were actually inspired by January Jones and her character Betty Draper (Mad Men) as part of a capsule collection entitled January J, and the aesthetic is clear- elegant, sophisticated and reminiscent of the glamour of the 50′s and 60′s.

My inspiration for this look was the blending of old and new, of vintage inspiration and modern classic elegance. A Wonders Cease skirt with a sporty chic vibe is pared down with a simple white shirt with peach detailing. Flattering black pumps elongate the legs.

Luckily for me, the sun was out and shining through the dappled leaves of this backstreet in Surry Hills, which made for this perfectly picturesque setting.

Shirt: Markets in Korea, Skirt: Wonders Cease, Shoes: Storets.com, Sunglasses: Versace from Sunglass Hut. 

Photos belong to Breakfast with Audrey courtesy of Sophie Roberts Photography. 

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