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the night that was

My first NYE in Melbourne did not disappoint ~ actually it topped the list for the most fun, unadulterated, night out on the town. From the top of the Southbank tower's the view was insane, and frankly indescribable. Imagine scenes from Moulin Rouge, fireworks, huge gold moon...
I didn't take my camera, and for that I am sorry. I did manage to catch a couple of outfit snaps before I ran out the door [and I had to run, because I was late after posting my last blog].
I decided to take my freshly sewn Autumn / Winter collection sample skirt out for its first showing. I designed it with a faux suede long sleeve top [seen here], but the weather forecast was 28 degree's so decided on a cotton Just Jeans top instead. And of course had to finish the look with my newest Wittner's, that have now permanently attached themselves to my feet.
I hope that you all had a wonderful NYE, and first days of twenty twelve...
Wearing A/W '12 Sparkle skirt [coming soon!] / Just Jeans Shirt / Wittner platforms / PVSY necklace / Casio watch

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