Store Style: Pretty Candy - Kirsty Kovacs

When I saw the Pretty Candy campaign in stores the colours instantly reminded me of Gelati (YUM! Who doesn’t love Gelati?). I love the light, floaty fabrics, & the soft, feminine prints in this collection. Some of you have said to me you don’t know how to wear colour or you’re scared because you think it might make you look bigger than you are. The trick to wearing colour is to pick a shade that compliments your skin tone, ensure the item flatters your body shape and choose something that reflects your personality. Colour draws attention so wear it on the part of your body you like to show off or keep it simple and inject a colourful cami or top amongst dark jeans and jackets to break up a solid outfit.

Myself & Store Manager Sharee share with you our favourite pieces from our pretty candy style file.



I love the Blue Eyes Jacket it works really well with neutral and lighter colours. I've paired it with Vintage Lace Spot Top over my black Glamourazon Jeans and added the Gold Heart Necklace for a bit of sparkle. I also really like the Self Diamond Cut Out Cami. It's a silky fabric in vibrant yellow, gives great contrast when paired with a Black Shrug and black pants or Jeans (a great example of how to add colour to your solid separates).





Sharee loves the Stone Military Jacket. It's a very versatile piece to have in your wardrobe as it can be worn with anything. She has chosen to team it with either Top Pretty Bloom Print or Ruffle Bust Candy Top and Lattice Stitch Skinny Jeans for her perfect spring outfit.



Customer on Pretty Candy:
“I’ve been waiting for dresses to come out like these for ages. The flowers are almost vintage like, I love it”.
– Tea Tree Plaza Store



** Pink dress was featured on the Catwalk in the Westfield Tea Tree Plaza Fashion Parade September 2011 WOO HOO**






There are so many gorgeous colours in this collection and they compliment each other well. Don't be afraid to mix and match. Have fun with your wardrobe :)


Glossy Kisses xxx
Kirsty





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