Style Yourself Warm For This Season’s Outdoor Events

Brave the weather in the name of food and wine at Tasting Australia with this style guide.

The much anticipated culinary festival, Tasting Australia, kicks off this Sunday. While indulging in some of South Australia’s finest food and wine, there’s no doubt you’ll want to look your best but also be comfortable and warm.

So we had a chat to The Style Capsule for ideas on how to stay warm and still look on point at this season’s outdoor events, starting with Tasting Australia:

If you’re planning on checking out Town Square and Charred…

Clock wise from top left:
Blessed Are The Meek – Fallen Knit Tunic in Jade
Blessed Are The Meek – Held High Dress
Blessed Are The Meek – Gang Knit
Mossman – Waterfall Top
Blessed Are The Meek – Wrap Around Cardigan
Mossman – Valient Hero Coat

If you’ve scored tickets to a long table experience…

Clock wise from top left:
Mossman – Poison Ivy Playsuit
Mossman – The Prim & Proper Dress
Thurley – Fringe Benefit Knit Top
Thurley – Fringe Benefit Skirt
Thurley – Freya Fringe Skirt
Thurley – Lace Up Knit Top
Thurley – Freya Fringe Coat
Shona Joy – Lori Open Shoulder Bodycon Dress

Clock wise from top left:
Shona Joy – Cassiopea Frill Off The Shoulder Top
S/W/F – Lisa Pant
Mossman – Reserving Judgement Top

If you’re planning on trying a masterclass…

Clock wise from top left:
Shona Joy – Diana Lace Up Jumper
Shona Joy – Lori Flared Sleeve Empire Top
Maurie & Eve – Starting Over Top
Stevie May – New Wave Skirt
Maurie & Eve – Ticket To Ride Denim Skirt

Clock wise from top left:
Maurie & Eve – Black Bird Top
Maurie & Eve – Let It Be Knit
Stevie May – Cool Changes Blouse
Stevie May – Atlas Top
Stevie May – Cool Changes Maxi Dress


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