I decided to shoot my latest outfit at my favourite markets in Sydney which I always plug on my homepage called Kirribilli Markets. It just so happens that I’ve recently moved and I’m now just a five minute walk down the road from these markets which is brilliant as I’ve found some good bargains here. They sell everything from designer fashion to flowers to homemade bread to photography etc and I was asked by Webjet (Australian airline) to write a piece on my favourite shop in Sydney so I thought I’d choose here which also enabled me to photograph a new outfit for this. Obviously I love my Zara and Topshop but in this piece I wanted to promote a local Australian day out at the markets which also gives you guys a small insight into what on earth I am promoting on my homepage day in day out.

I found this jumpsuit recently in the sale of Aussie Store Sheike. My good friend Andrea of WorkWear Dilema has really rated this shop in the past yet I hadn’t really ever gone in there before. Randomly I saw one of their stores that looked quite inviting and I ended up going in and buying this amazing tropical jumpsuit for a total bargain and a stunning maxi dress. I’ve been on the lookout for both a decent jumpsuit and maxi dress for a while and I fell in love with this print straight away as I really love the 70’s feel to it. I’ve teamed it with white accessories to really give it a good 70’s feel which I think works quite well.

Tropical Print Jumpsuit at Kirribilli Markets – Sheike, Met Centre Sydney Store $39 sale (similar here)

White Belt РZara Sydney Store, $29.99 (new but no Australian Zara  website as of yet)

Shoes – Topshop $122 (similar here)

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Tropical Print Jumpsuit At Kirribilli Markets
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