Complete your look - Warm up your winter style with these new season accessories

Clothes I’ve Made, Snap Back Woollen Beanie, $59.90, GUILD.
Clothes I’ve Made, Snap Back Woollen Beanie, $59.90, GUILD.
Plush Slipper in Olive Suede, $200, Mi Piaci at the Meridian Mall.
Plush Slipper in Olive Suede, $200, Mi Piaci at the Meridian Mall.
Gucci Bag, $395.50, Inside Out Clothing.
Gucci Bag, $395.50, Inside Out Clothing.
Blue Twist Necklace, $525, Joanna Salmond Jewellery.
Blue Twist Necklace, $525, Joanna Salmond Jewellery.
Soek Sunglasses, $89, Olivier Home.
Soek Sunglasses, $89, Olivier Home.
One Way Scarf, $179, Mild Red.
One Way Scarf, $179, Mild Red.
Kate Watts Fingerless Merino Gloves, $49, I Love Merino.
Kate Watts Fingerless Merino Gloves, $49, I Love Merino.
Loobie’s Story J’Adore Snood, $199, White by Design.
Loobie’s Story J’Adore Snood, $199, White by Design.
Disco Bracelet, $40, Joanna Salmond Jewellery
Disco Bracelet, $40, Joanna Salmond Jewellery

Complete your look - Warm up your winter style with these new season accessories

NEW LOCALS

Paint the Town Red’s Diane McKenzie this month opened Kenzie on George, located just around the corner from her popular plus-size boutique. A decade on from opening Paint the Town Red, Diane is excited to offer some of her favourite labels to smaller sizes.
 
There’s also a new kid on the block in kids’ clothing. For Little Kiwis is located in the Octagon, just a few doors down from owner Colin Lim’s other store I Love Merino, and stocks a variety of clothing, books and toys for the little people in your life.
 
Plus, opening soon at Meridian Mall is Flo and Frankie – the Kiwi company known for its wide range of fashion and homewares.
 
Or get out of the CBD for a spot of amazing shopping at Longbeach (in the old H&J premises in Mosgiel) and Luma, which stocks a range of beautiful European, New Zealand and Australian labels, located in South Dunedin.

 

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