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Westfield: The Front Line – On The Double

Goodbye cruel, cold, dark weather. Hello happy, warm(er), bright(er) weather! I don’t usually mind winter as I use it as an opportunity to rekindle my love of layering, but I was getting kind over it to be honest. Now that it’s almost summer it’s time to get the shades out, limbs out and bring back the carefree attitude and styling that goes with it.

I’m so excited to be teaming up with Westfield again to style three different spring/summer looks as part of The Front Line campaign. The first of the three – and possibly one of my favourite, interchangeable, summer-friendly and street-but-fashion looks that is an amalgamation of my cherished things – luxe, texture, accessories and denim – but with a double twist. Double as in – well, you can probably figure out quite easily. Double the rosรฉ accents, double the pink, and double the denim – because you know how much I love to theme out my looks. It’s just my thing…

Let’s start with the denim. Because denim will always and forever be a ‘thing’, it’s a staple that absolutely everyone needs. More so lately, the oversized denim jacket. Pretty sure I found the perfect one – a Ksubi distressed, oversized denim that’s one size bigger than I usually take and in the right shade of blue. Matches ideally with these One Teaspoon shorts – a summer denim fave. To inject some femininity and colour I teamed with a Maurie & Eve pink satin top from Glue Store with dropped sleeves (the spaghetti straps are mostly on show with the sleeves tucked under the Jacket) that happen to flow perfectly with these flirty Wittner pink satin tie-front mules with a pale gold heel. And to top it off, some bomb Quay mirror shades and Colette Hayman metal choker, both in the shade of my favourite drink – rosรฉ.

The idea behind this first look is that as I progress through the warmer seasons, I can mix and match each piece to create totally different looks with existing pieces in my wardrobe. Some pieces might embrace the current trends only, they can still be woven into other styles as seasons pass. The trick is to stick with colours and non-print items that aren’t too distinctively attached to a particular trend. While it’s fun to invest in some fad items, it’s also good to keep its longevity in mind.

Hope you guys like the first look, and I can’t wait to show you the rest! All these items are available at Westfield – in store or online atย westfield.com.au. And if you do grab a thing or two, join the conversation and #JoinTheFontLine!

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Micah Gianneli-Australian Fashion Blogger-Westfield-The Front Line Campaign-Ksubi-Glue Store-General Pants Co-Wittner-Maurie and Eve-Quay Australia-One-Teaspoon-Denim Editorial-Street Style

Micah Gianneli-Australian Fashion Blogger-Westfield-The Front Line Campaign-Ksubi-Glue Store-General Pants Co-Wittner-Maurie and Eve-Quay Australia-One-Teaspoon-Denim Editorial-Street Style

Micah Gianneli-Australian Fashion Blogger-Westfield-The Front Line Campaign-Ksubi-Glue Store-General Pants Co-Wittner-Maurie and Eve-Quay Australia-One-Teaspoon-Denim Editorial-Street Style

Quay ‘All my Love’ sunglasses in rose & pink mirror from Glue Store / Colette Hayman wide metal choker in rose gold / Maurie & EveNavajo’ top in desert rose/pink satin from Glue Store / Ksubi oversized denim jacket from General Pants Co. / One Teaspoon ‘Bandits’ in blue malt from Universal Store / Wittner ‘Roswel’ mule in pink

Find more Quay and Maurie & Eve from Glue Store, Colette Hayman, Ksubi and One Teaspoon from General Pants Co., and Wittner at westfield.com.au

Photographer // Jesse Maricic @ ONPOINT.
Model // Micah Gianneli

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