Signature Style what to wear...
Karlya Smith brings you the latest in fashion.
AT THE RACES AND BEYOND
Racing season kicks off with the Melbourne Cup next Tuesday. When attending weddings, cocktail parties ties and the races, it pays to put the work in early to organise an outfit. Last-minute panic purchasing often results in one-wear-wonders.
Take the time to find a dress which excites you but also fits flatteringly and comfortably. Something which has scope for years of wear, and d the make and materials to last the distance.
Kate Sylvester’s Paloma dress is expensive, but it’s t’s the kind of dress you would only have to buy once a decade, ddecade,d such is the versatility of a nipped-waist waist lace dress.
Changing the slip underneath from om dark to light alters its look dramatically, and d the neutral shade would work in well with your r existing jackets, accessories and under-dresses. sses.
1. Silk & Steel Temptress earrings, s, $119 2. Next mini quilted bag, $70 at Ezibuy 3. Mi Piaci Shorty mid heels, $260 0 4. Kate Sylvester Paloma dress, $675 5. Natalie ata e C Chan a Etoile to e hat, at, $ $295 5
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