BEST OF STREET STYLE: a round up of our favourite looks that you’re wearing

This wasn’t easy. We’ve made a selection of just some of our favourite street styles snaps since we launched just a few months ago. Take a look at these fabulous ladies! It’s been so much fun meeting all of these women and we salute them for proving that true style is ageless. We can’t wait to share more photos with you as we grow and hope you enjoy the pics. Do you have a favourite?


Katy and Judith attending the Women of Achievement Lunch, held by The Black and White Committee to raise funds for Vision Australia.

Katy (left) wearing Roberto Cavalli with YSL bag and shoes
Judith (right) wearing –
Chanel jacket and bag
Gucci shirt
Prada skirt


“I love a great scarf to tie in my outfit!”

This is a killer @rodneyclarkstores scarf, Emma. We’re also huge fans of the caped jacket and the swagger 


Our next street style participant is not in the over 50 club but when one sees such crisp, classic style… a photo must be requested!
Looking sharp @natarshabelling 👌🏼

Wearing –
@scanlantheodore jacket and skirt
@zara shoes
@paspaleypearls earrings
@furla bag “gifted” by hubby


“I’m a dress girl but like a casual dress. I’m not into sparkles and diamonds”
-Robin wearing @missmollyecolux dress from Thirroul and necklace from @beadbarofberry in Berry.

Help Robin support The Childrens Medical Research Institue


“This dress caught my eye and I snapped it up before a holiday. It’s a great travel piece, I can easily dress it up or down with accessories”

Dress- Max & Co.
Jacket – Aspesi — with Aspesi Official andMAX&Co.


“We are both devoted to our favourite brands”

Diane Watt (left) wearing Carla Zampatti
Christine Hando (right) wearing Gorman Clothing

Roberta attending the Children’s Medical Research Institute Mothers Day Luncheon, wearing Lara Stone.

Fabulous fact: Lara Stone creates these beautiful prints by pressing native Australian botany.

Please click here if you would like to support The Children’s Medical Reseach Institute.



“Love this kimono – it’s as free-spirited as I am! I can throw it over a plain black singlet or tee with the Boho jeggings as neutral tones.”

– Sarah

Wearing: Boho Bird Cardigan @ Birdsnest


“Bell and Ford is where I buy almost everything – I love their natural fibres and dyes” – Joy


“My daughter bought me this dress from Zara for Mother’s Day. I love that it’s velvet and how it’s perfect for cooler months. Come winter I can team it with boots and a jacket.” – Sue


“I am not a ‘label’ kinda girl and I hate shopping. If I see an item I like, I buy it and usually love it to bits.”
– Julie

“I have always loved leopard print and like to include touches of it in accessories where I can”


“I do like this khaki at the moment. I just love to experiment with all colour”.

We met Audrey at a Cadarra styling session. She fell in love with the brand instantly and saw it’s potential for endless outfits for many women. You know you’re onto something when a woman of this style calibre is impressed.


“I would describe my style as gently feminine.” – Tamara Wearing all Purity Lace Designs


  “I love clean lines and very simple styling…I’m a firm believer in the “less is more rule” I also love a bit of colour!!!” – Sandy Wearing: Boho Bird Pants, Bird by design Blouse @ Birdsnest


“I quite like neutrals and these clothes are nice and cool for a hot day like today” -Jill

Top – Marc Cain, Pants – J Crew, Sunglasses – Ray Bans

“I mix my style between Chanel and glitz” -Kim (left) Headwear – Kim Fletcher   “My style is flirty” -Lorraine (right) Headwear – The Mouse


 “I just love orange” – Sue


  “It’s my 61st birthday today and I wore this to feel young” – Monica. Pants and scarf with pendant- from young designers in Jakarta Top- Zara Shoes- Valley Girl Bracelet- Pandora Watch- Apple



“It’s unusual for me to be in flats today, they hurt more than heels! I could do a 10km run in stilettoes, they’re like slippers.”
Top – Seed Heritage
Skirt – holidays in Koh Samui
Shoes – Billini
Bag – borrowed from my daughter, Colette by Colette Hayman.

“I always go for comfort before style” -Anne

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