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Thursday, 1 March 2012

Meet Marvin - part one

Marvin dress, Witchery leopard print clutch (similar here or here or here), Zomp shoes, Sportsgirl necklace

Marvin top with brass neckpiece, Zara shorts, Witchery sandals (similar here)

 Meet Marvin. The Sydney label is the brain child of Melody Hasse and Liza Rowe both of whom have some serious design pedigree having working for the likes of Akira Isogawa and Hussy.

I've been lucky to play around with the S/S collection "The Spirit Will Rise" over the past week.  The collection has a hint of tribal in wonderful fabrics, playful prints and brass detailing.  The pieces translate from a breakfast, to the office with a blazer and a night out on the town.  And the best thing is, the price points are fantastic, with most pieces under the $200 mark and able to be mixed and matched with everything that's currently in your wardrobe. Instant love.

Look out for part two of my post in the coming days!


  1. I love that dress on you.. and love the print of the fabric. It's practically trans seasonal.. you could wear it with booties and tights in winter.

    Love it!


  2. Love both outfits on you! Especially the one with shorts. You look great!

  3. I love the 2nd outfit so much! So young, fun, yet sophisticated and chic!


  4. Hi from Oslo:)
    Have a great weekend sweety:)
    Kiss kiss

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