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Sunday night style challenge: summer lovin’

Ok, ok, I know it is March. Which means autumn. Which means a seasonal change in clothing…but I don’t think anyone told the weather in South Australia!

This week’s style challenge reflects the temperature gauge: summer lovin’. It is an opportunity to give your summer wardrobe one last outing before the days start turning chilly.

With an ice-cold Corona in hand, I have picked out some of my favourite warm-weather pieces to give you some style inspiration for the week ahead:

Summer (4)
Hand-beaded sandals: These tribal inspired sandals (from South of the Border Sydney) are one of my favourite summer purchases. They add a pop of colour to any outfit and are so comfortable.
Summer (3)
Flamingo earrings: My gorgeous friend Miss R sent me these super-cute flamingo earrings as a ‘just because’ present last month. I love them!

 

 

Summers hat shorts
Shorts & hat: These bright Witchery shorts have been on high rotation this summer – I love the unusual colour combination of blue, red and peach. On a cost-per-wear basis, this Sussan straw hat has also paid off.

 

Summer (5)
Pineapple headband: This tropical find from TopKnot Girl is perfect for keeping my hair off my face on warmer days.

 

3 for under $30

Turn up the heat with these sunny finds for your wardrobe and home:

Pineapple necklace, $24.95: These delicate pineapple necklaces by MiM Studio (at Down That Little Lane*) are a perfect way to embrace summer style all year. Pass me a Piña Colada!

Tropical bowls, $19: These little hand-made clay bowls are perfect for jewellery and will add a touch of tropical style to your home. They are by Caroline C (at Down That Little Lane*.)

Flamingo earrings, $25: Oh I do love a good flamingo or two! These cute hand-made earrings from Clay and Clasp (at Etsy).

How will you be embracing the ongoing warm weather in your outfits this week?

Love, Mrs M xx

 3 for under $30 images courtesy of Clay and Clasp and Down That Little Lane.

* Mrs M is an affiliate of Down That Little Lane. See the fine print.

 

 

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