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Crush on Red Velvet ♡

Happy Friday 
Yesterday was the perfect summer day - Topshop launch on Chapel street, lunch in the city and an afternoon of rollerblading around Ricmond - with a few tweets in between [follow me here]!
The fitting room lines in Topshop were hectic, so I plan to go back next week to try the amazing velvet collection they had. And that brings me to this - The little Red Velvet number I wore. I made it at the beginning of the year, before Velvet had the spotlight in Australia. Its stretch velvet with darts and a panelled skirt and is as comfortable as wearing a t-shirt. I paired with a perfectly matching clip belt from Sportsgirl and my new favourite accessory: my black canvas backpack - from ebay for $18!
If you ♡ the dress as much as I do, it can be yours! Its $95 including postage. Just mail me at:
If you require a different size than whats shown (size 8) I can make it in your size, up to a 14.
Apparently the weather is holding out for only another day before winter descends back on Melbourne, so I'll be out under a tree somewhere today
Have a Lovely weekend

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