Obviously, I’m going crazy with embroidery trend and there’s no sign of stopping. I’ve had so many floral pieces I showcased in my blog already but let me add this rose embroidered mini skirt to my list. Embroidery designs are large, high-contrast and often multi-coloured, hence, they are not limited to a single colour. There […]

Rose Embroidery

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to wear the embroidery trend

Obviously, I’m going crazy with embroidery trend and there’s no sign of stopping. I’ve had so many floral pieces I showcased in my blog already but let me add this rose embroidered mini skirt to my list. Embroidery designs are large, high-contrast and often multi-coloured, hence, they are not limited to a single colour. There is nothing subtle about this trend, it is designed for maximum impact.

Embroidered skirt Red lace-up sandals

I am happy that most embroidery pieces have red colour in it like this skirt that I got from Forever 21. Red is my most favourite colour, in case I haven’t said it enough already hehe, and here I paired it with a red jacket and red lace-up sandals. What to wear during Autumn in Sydney Royal Botanic Garden

It’s getting chilly in Sydney and layering is a must. My jackets, coats and cardigans are taken out from hibernation and will be taking over my contents mostly from now on. The best thing with embroidery trend is that it’s decent and can be worn pretty much anywhere. I wore this outfit to work and found this nice spot in the Royal Botanic garden. How cool is this area with the Government House and Sydney Harbour in the same location, don’t you agree?

Burberry Nova check bagSydney Government House

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Outfit Details:

Embroidered skirt from Forever 21 (sold-out) similar
Lace-up heels similar

Nova check bag from Burberry similar

 

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