Beyond the Sea showcased a range of one piece swimmers. Whilst I kind of wished for a bikini, they certainly had the vintage swimmer vibe down pat. This black, white & red above was my favourite.
Nyata hold my heart for flowing sequin numbers. I’ve been lusting after their designs for a while and have showcased them on the blog a few times. Seeing the items in person did not disappoint and only made me lust after them harder.
Camilla Jayne offered an amazing selection of gorgeous frocks. My favourite being the black/pink patterned dress you can see in the gallery below.
I don’t really wear pjamas, but when these ladies came bounding out in Big Blossom PJs, I instantly wanted to. It made me want to invite all my friends over for a sleepover and re-enact Grease!
Simply Christene. So, I instantly fell in love with this outfit. It’s a little bit futuristic, a little bit old time bar wench, but a whole lot of amazing.
Icelandic Blue had fashion for Melbourne down to perfection. Black, textures and draping. I could have easily inserted everything in this collection into my wardrobe, very wearable.
The Professors Daughter was probably one of my top 4 designers of the show. The colours and the designs were amazing. This coat is a totally winner for me. They also had a fabric that reminded me of the Tardis!
Winner winner, chicken dinner. Wait, what? Misty Belvidere was a absolute favourite for me, same as last year. To me, this is fashion. It steps outside the box a little, but still looks amazing. The colours blew me away. Make sure you check out the pictures in the gallery below for more outstanding outfits!
Meri by design upped their ante this year and really killed it. Two things have been added to my lustlist, a brilliant cape jacket, and this top. The pictures do not do it justice, its covered in tiny sequins!