Winter in Melbourne

I think Melbourne can be really beautiful in winter. Having lived in cold climates, I don’t think winter ever really gets that cold here (I’m sure some people would disagree). Bright, cold days call for layers which is exactly what I’ve done with all of these trans-seasonal pieces. I’m keeping it short, but you can refer to my last blog post about how I’m managing the blog at the moment.

What I’m wearing:
Glasses: Gucci
Duster coat: Mesop
Blouse: Stevie May Byron Bay
Jeans: ‘Brigitte’ high waisted jeans by Goldsign
Booties: Steve Madden
Necklace: The Tukishop
Watch: Kapten & Sons ‘Roadtrip’ 
Manicure: Miss Fox Melbourne
Autumn winter outfit, more on | www.ladymelbourne.com.au

Animal print sleeve | www.ladymelbourne.com.au

Autumn winter outfit, more on | www.ladymelbourne.com.au

Mix prints and textures | www.ladymelbourne.com.au

  • It’s not is it?! But I guess if you’ve never travelled you wouldn’t know – I’m sure there’s Dane’s that might not have experienced a super hot summer like 40 degress before. I think I’d prefer winter in Denmark myself!

  • Anne Merete Meineche Nygaard

    Haha, it is so true about the weather in Melbourne. I have previously lived in Melbourne, and last year I spend entire July on holiday in Melbourne. I am from Denmark so the weather gets really cold here during winter, however Danish summer weather (currently we have 15-20 degrees) almost equal Melbourne winter weather. I find it hillarious that Australians ice skate in 15 degree weather (which indeed is cold to some Melbournians). But I agree with you Lady Melbourne, Melbourne winter is not really cold 🙂