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Westfield Doncaster is having their very own Fashion Festival - This week from Thursday to Sunday
Perfect timing to publish some pics from my recent visits, mostly due to an amazing prize I won during Fashion Week
In the last post, I re-capped all my looks from the week, and some of you took a guess which was the winning look...
We attended the Electric Lounge Launch hosted by the lovely Lady Melbourne and Style Melbourne, and was chosen as most stylish of the evening (:D) The prize was a $1,000 Westfield Wardrobe. It was such an honour to be considered, but even more so, that I was wearing my own designs.
 Over 2 late night shopping spree's, I picked up some great Australian designer duds, a blingy hand piece and a fresh cut. Got to love a new look for Spring! ~ Even that I only have another 4 days to enjoy it!

I chose Spring knits from Australian Designers, for my European Autumn!
My winning look ;) I wore the wool crepe Palazzo pant from my Spring 2012 collection / H&M Metallic knit / Witchery Belt / Mollini pumps
With a mere 4 days left in this beautiful country, I hope to get a chance see some you during the Westfield Doncaster Fashion Festival. Details here: The Fashion Festival

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