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Name: Christina Dietze
Occupation: Model and fashion blogger
Describe your style: Bad ass, some serious shoulder and I’m into my PVC and my sky high heels.
Favourite fashion designers: Ellery, Miss Unkon.
Favourite clothing stores: Incu, Corner shop.

Christina’s blog: http://src783.blogspot.com/

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I didn’t get to do the usual mini interview with this elegant and lovely lady as she was in a hurry.

All the elements come together in this outfit, it is timeless yet youthful at the same time. The trench and the clogs are both very current elements, yet on her they are absolutely effortless. The hat adds a hint of eccentricity. Love it!

The French don’t wear much patterns, certainly not much loud colourful patterns, but when they do wear it, they wear it well.

Pattern mix - Paris

Pattern mix - Paris

Name: Prue
Occupation: Freelance writer
Describe your style: Vintage pieces matched with new pieces.
Favourite fashion label: Akira, Alex Perry and Chloe.
Favourite clothing shop: Adornments (in Brisbane Australia)

You might have noticed Prue is Australian and only visiting Paris, but her outfit to me is very very Parisienne.

Pattern mix - Paris

Pattern mix - Paris

Name: Heline
Occupation: Pharmacist
Describe your style: Girly
Favourite fashion label: Nafnaf
Favourite clothing store: Nafnaf

The only pattern I got in my backpack right now is a blue checkered flannel shirt from Uniqlo… hmm… not quite on par with these lovely ladies, but if you have some great pattern tucked in your wardrobe, time to get it out and wear it!

Black is black - Around Sydney

Black is black - Around Sydney

Black is black - Around Sydney

Black is black - Around Sydney

Isn’t it funny how much we rely on black? My affair with black didn’t start til I turned 20 and found my metabolism suddenly ground to a holt and I could no longer eat anything I want. I learnt that black is forgiving, slimming, chic, sexy, glamorous and even mysterious. So the number of black garment in my wardrobe grew by leaps and bounds, from 1 or 2 pieces to now a quarter of all my clothes.

Black makes you feel confident, self assured, when you slip into that black dress you know you look good and you feel comfortable in your own skin. Black can also be cute and wispy!

Ladies, black is always the new black.