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Wedding season is upon us. I’ve got several to attend this summer, and my guess is that you do, too. Which means you are probably stressing out about what to wear (I know I am!). Because as much as we all enjoy celebrating our loved ones’ happy days, the wedding guest wardrobe can be a hard thing to perfect.

Here are some tips and rules to set you up for wedding guest success!

The most well-known rule of wedding guest attire is to never wear white, which really translates into: don’t upstage the bride! But, this rule has relaxed a little bit, so while wearing white and ivory is still out you can get away with cream-colored clothing and patterned dresses with white backgrounds.

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I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again that getting a brand new springtime dress every year is one of my favorite traditions. After years of practice I can state with confidence that the perfect springtime dress should be made of a light fabric, with a soft pattern and feminine details. A skirt that twirls is a bonus.

In other words, I can state with confidence that the Morning Dew Dress is the perfect springtime dress.

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Few things are better than opening your closet and reaching for the perfect outfit. A look that is timeless-yet-modern, classic-yet-cool- a look that will help you to feel dynamic, chic and confident.  Adding timeless pieces (link “Shabby Apple” site) to your wardrobe is the perfect way to feel certain that each time you reach in your closet- you’ll find something that you love.

Building a classic and sophisticated wardrobe shouldn’t be complicated and doesn’t need to be expensive. Follow along as we feature some of our must-have staples. 

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One of my favorite things about the onset of Spring is ditching all my bulky blazers and heavy coats and swapping them out for light and colorful jackets. Shedding winter makes the world feel like a new and magical place, doesn’t it?

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Shabby Apple took to the pitch for our recent Sydney City photo shoot - the cricket pitch, that is. The game is beloved around the world, particularly in Australia, and we couldn't think of a better way to celebrate our breezy collection of dresses, skirts and tops than with a shoot that allowed the pieces to showcase their ethereal nature while back dropped by some of Australia's finest.

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Though the snow falling outside my window has clearly not received the memo yet, spring is officially here! That means it's time for spring break, and a little vintage update to your tropical getaway wardrobe.

First up: a pair of high-waisted shorts. You can go truly old-school with a bright solid, a simple stripe or polka-dot pattern with bold buttons, or you can go a little more modern with patterned denim. For a casual look, stick with a cargo short, or dress things up with a luxe fabric like satin or lace. Details like scalloped edges at the bottom or a wide tied belt at the top also add a fun twist.

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Chances are, you have a favourite Frank Sinatra song even if you don't realize it. Frank's songs are so ubiquitous, so ingrained into our shared cultural experiences, that it's impossible to not have one that you find yourself singing to yourself every now and then. Frank's popularity was at its height during the Golden Age of Hollywood, an era Shabby Apple-ites love. Imagine yourself, if you will, in the front row during a Frank Sinatra show somewhere on the Las Vegas strip in 1961--what would you wear? Here, we find Shabby Apple outfits for some of our favourite Frank songs.

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Tropika Paraíso, our 2014 swim collection, launched this week. Here's a look at the original sketches that helped to inspire production of the final line:

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There are some places in the world that seem infused with a little bit of mystery and magic, where time moves a little more slowly and the nostalgia of the past is actually a thing of the present. The sultry islands of the Caribbean are just such places, and they provided plenty of inspiration for Shabby Apple’s new line of swimwear, Tropika Paraíso.

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Sydney City launced this week--the new collection is bright, feminine and full of fun.

Take a peek behind the scenes to see for yourself: 

 

Sydney City: Bright Colors, Big City, New Collection from Shabby Apple on Vimeo.

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There are few things more satisfying than planning the perfect day.  You know, one filled with your favorite people, places, and pastimes. And a perfect day is only improved by the perfect wardrobe. The only catch being that the perfect wardrobe for a perfect day needs to be versatile and easy-to-wear, something that can take you from morning to afternoon to night, and from casual to dressy without interrupting all the fun.

Lucky for us and perfect days everywhere, Shabby Apple’s new Sydney City Collection has plenty of perfection to go around.

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This week, I’m pleased to feature a current style icon: Taylor Swift. She has come to embody the modern lady with her attention to classic pieces that are both elegant and timeless. 

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Downton is back! Just a few weeks ago, the British drama captivated us (yet again!) with the story of the Crawley family. This time with even more wit, plot twists, and Maggie Smith's infamous quips. The series begins at the dawn of a new era: the 1920's. Society, ideas, and even fashions start to change dramatically during this period.

Instead of wearing more restrictive styles and corsets from the Edwardian period, the Crawley ladies embrace looser silhouettes and styles of the jazz-age. Raised hemlines, drop waists, and perfectly finger waved hair, make their appearance for the first time at the Abbey. While Cora and Lady Mary stick to conservative trends at beginning of the series, Edith however, isn't afraid to show off her fashion forward frocks and dazzling accessories! Check out Edith's flair:

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Valentine's Day is here. Whether you look forward to this annual holiday of love with giddiness or dread, it's hard to deny the allure of a vintage romance on film. There's just a certain je ne sais quoi about watching two iconic actors of yesteryear engage in a (often doomed) romance on screen. 

Looking back at classic films from the 40's, 50's and 60's, it's clear that many of those on-screen trysts are simply not going to work out. The unpredictability of the endings, in comparison to the by-the-book story lines of rom-com's nowadays, is refreshing and adds dimension to these vintage love stories. Not a fan of the whole love-story aspect? Ditch the romance and watch these films for the drool-worthy fashions.

Casablanca

Of course I would start with this classic film—one of the greatest of all time. Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman are former lovers who reconnect in the exotic locale of Morocco. They plan to run off together again, but, well, you know the rest. One of the most iconic lines of all time makes this a romantic film with a twist. You simply need to see it at least once. Besides, Ingrid Bergman's casual yet chic style is enough to keep us coming back for more.

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