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Mornin' Gorgeous

A popular phrase I use for loved ones. So when the aptly named cafe popped up in Richmond, I was lured there to snap its picture. Melbourne does the best Latte in the world. And the competition is fierce, so the bad cafes won't last - lucky for Mornin' Gorgeous, that coffee is brilliant...
Now to my outfit, otherwise known as my $50 outfit. I found this skirt on ASOS, and loved it, but hesitated with the purchase to try and space out my recent online shopping addiction. ASOS has a 30 day save for later option, so while I was debating, the skirt went on sale - from $50 to $19!
The knit is a Zara basic ($24.95) and I picked up the fleece vest in Thailand during the floods for around $3 - very practical piece of clothing
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