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The beauty of an asymmetrical top is when you tuck it in, it looks like a classic blouse. So there’s endless styling possibilities! I picked up this graphic skirt from another cool Aussie designer, Ginger & Smart. The print reminded me of Vivid Sydney, an amazing┬álight festival around Sydney. To glam it up for dinner at China Lane, I added gold accessories.

Before dinner, we passed through East Balmain. The Sydney suburb has really cute markets and shops… and a fab view of The Harbour Bridge. The next day, we actually climbed the Bridge! It’s definitely a must-do if you visit. I recommend the Express Tour, which is shorter but you get to go through the architecture as you climb your way to the top. I’ll post a pic on Instagram for Throwback Thursday so make sure to follow along: @sydnesummer #sydneyinsydne

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Top: Backstage (similar)
Belt: Nicholas
Skirt: AKIN by Ginger & Smart
Bracelet: Stella & Dot
Bag: Lauren Merkin (similar)
Shoes: Steve Madden

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