Be Weekend Ready


TGIF! We prepared six styles from casual daywear to night glam to make sure you are always weekend ready this A/W season.

1. Lazy Sunday


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Loafers will be your best friend this winter for a chic yet casual look when you’re out doing your groceries or catching up with friends over brunch. Why not try pairing them with a cropped hoodie and matching runner shorts like Gigi Hadid does for an effortless yet comfortable look?


2. Floral Rebel


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A pair of joggers (or two) are a must in every modern woman’s shoe collection. They can instantly up the street cred of any outfit. Add a touch of rebellious flair with sundresses and skater skirts using your shoes as a statement piece for all-day wear.

3. Animal Instinct


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A little leopard print never killed anyone. Let animalistic patterns bring out your wild side and highlight the grungy appeal of a clashing, visually appealing outfit. Wear it with a camo jacket to create that contrasting effect that’ll turn eyes in the streets of Sydney, Milan, Tokyo…you get the picture.

4. Urban Sporty


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Ankle boots are an absolute necessity for the city slicker girl in you, soften this effortless look by choosing camel, tan and brown boot tones over denim shorts or jeans and statement bomber jackets.

5. Gossip Girl


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Channel your inner Blair Waldorf by mix and matching more feminine floral textures with black detailing. Finish the whole elegant look with a pair of laced up heels for eye-catching appeal xoxo.

6. Colour Pop


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It’s time to partay! Contrast a dark, gothic outfit with a pair of brightly coloured heels to add a pop of vibrant colour to your night. And don’t forget to dance the night away!


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