Australian Winter

A little bit about Australian Winter (June-August). A very casual, but cute outfit with blue details and different textures, suitable for cold weather. Winter time and colder weather allow us experimenting with textures and fabrics. We can wear woollen knitted items, and thicker, heavier materials. Here is an example of how you can match different fabrics items. I would recommend choosing some matching colours, as you can see here, 3 different tones of grey, beige and blue create a nice match.

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Australian Winter outfit

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So, I had to get myself a second heater and unpack my warm closet :) Because winter in Australia not terribly cold, but in many houses, there is simply no central heating system. When it is only 4 degrees outside (night time), you will need to wear uggs and sleep under electric blanket in front of two heaters.

Australian winter is not so bad, but many people including myself do not expect wearing coats and hats here. So if you are moving to Australia – do not forget to grab your beanie and something warm!

For some reason in many houses around Sydney, there is no central heating system. That is why Ugg boots have been created in Australia – for wearing at home during the wintertime!

There are still palm trees around and in the most areas, there is no snow at all (you can find snow around the mountains). During the day, when the sun is up and shining it can be quite hot and you can even catch some suntan.

As soon as the sun goes down a little bit in the afternoon – you will need to put on your jackets, scarfs and everything warm you have lol .

Fun fact: in the streets, you can see people wearing duck down jackets and thongs. So winter fashion here is quite confusing :)

In this look: Zara shoes and The Story Of cardigan, Kira Plastinina tote bag.

See beautiful Autumn photos from Blue mountains! Just before the snow arrived:


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