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There's no need to rain, its our own parade


 When it comes to culture, especially food and fashion, Melbournians are spoilt for choice. Chapel street is one of my favourite spots, with lots of cool Melbourne designers, and heaps of cafes, bars and restaurants. One thing Melbourne is not famous for, is its flimsy weather - which can get really annoying even for me - an almost local. The Jam factory cinema is our 'go to' on days like today - gloom.
Harry Potter ought to cheer us up! Can you believe its over! 10 years with Harry...
Not just a new chapter, but New beginning... for me

Saci wears highland winter dress from my previous Fall sample collection, and black trench from Bardot. Im wearing Wish trench, Wrangler jeans and Faille Blouse from the upcoming spring collection: www.radapriya.com.au
the first shots from our last photoshoot - excitement coming to the website soon people!! www.radapriya.com.au 

-xox-

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