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Sunday, 21 August 2016

Feeling Sassy!

This sassy outfit I'm wearing and reviewing for these blog photos is by the UK vintage reproduction brand Banned Apparel 
Though I actually ordered this outfit through one of my favorite Australian boutiques called Gwynnies Emporium
Let me begin this black top, it's made from 95% viscose and 5% elastan, so is very comfortable to wear, especially as it has some stretch to it  Other features is the 3/4 sleeves and the boat-neck style.  I find with this top you can dress it up with a gorgeous skirt and accessories or down with a pair of high-waisted jeans or trousers.
This skirt, I'm usually not a big fan of pencil/wiggle skirts - as I don't like how there is usually not much movement with walking whilst wearing them and they show all your bumps and curves.  But I wanted to give this pencil skirt from Banned Apparel a try!  As I liked the longer length and the green/black/navy blue tartan print.  This skirt is lined, has a back kick pleat (easy for walking) and has a decorative button detail.  Other features is the contrast two front pockets,  it has a back zipper and is made from 100% polyester. I ordered size Large, which feels real comfortable to wear. 
Both the modern love black top and green tartan pencil skirt are currently still available to purchase on Gwynnies website.  The skirt is $49 (Aus) and top $36 (Aus).
Accessories Include:
Flats from Payless Australia
Belt from Pinup Girl Clothing 
Eve Brooch by Deerarrow ordered from Vintage Pip 
Green earrings from Daisy Jean Floral 
Scarf and bangles thrifted
These blog photos were taken a few weeks ago by my friend and follow blogger Vera Gin Vintage. At a historical village in the town of Childers, Queensland   The historical village has some old style wagons, some old buildings e.g. a little cottage, school and a shop and a old train.
 In other news,  I had a lovely time away with family for a couple of days on Fraser Island, my brother married his long time girlfriend - they actually eloped, as they just wanted a small intimate wedding to celebrate with close family members.
Also I only have this week left of my holidays....I'm back to work soon, damn!!

Until next time!
Miss Milla Cherry xo

8 comments:

  1. I usually don't like pencil skirts either, but that is a cute one! I also love that brooch!

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  2. Wow, wow and wow again! What a sizzlingly hot look! There's an air of femme fatale-ness at work in this alluring outfit that really elevates it into the next realm. Hands down, it's one of my favourite outfits of yours to date and I must say, I think that pencil skirts look incredibly becoming on you.

    xoxo ♥ Jessica

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    1. Thank-you ever so much Jessica for your wonderful comments! xo

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  3. A beaaautiful outfit, I absolutely adore tartan prints :) I'm also a bit weary about pencil skirts, but lately I've bought quite a few of them despite some of them do display my lumps and bumps a bit too much... but I can manage them as long as the skirt is pretty!

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    1. Thank-you yes I agree with what you said! :)

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  4. Love this outfit. Such a great classic look. The tartan on this skirt is on point too. Pencil skirts really suit you well! <3 Glad to hear you had a great time on your family vacation. Congratulations to your brother and new sister in law!

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    1. Thank-you, yes I really don't mind this skirt on me! xo

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