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Her Street Style

Hayley O'Neill and Laura Peppas

In this new series, we hit the streets to suss out your style…

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Emily, Palmerston. Wearing: Wittner boots, op shop dress, vintage scarf, blazer from Gorman House Markets and bag from Oxfam. “I really love second-hand clothing that has a story, so I get a lot of hand-me-downs. I’m very anti fast-fashion and I love the ANU markets. My bag is made of recycled teabags from India and my grandmother gave me this dress, so everything I wear has a bit of history.”

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Amelia, Bruce. Wearing: Dotti Jumper, General Pants jeans. “One of my favourite stores in Canberra is Lorna Jane. I would describe my style as casual with a dressy side. I like to be comfortable and warm but with something a bit extra.”

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Grace, Acton. Wearing: ASOS dress. “I would describe my style as quite individual, I like really clean looks that aren’t too fussy.”

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Netti, Dickson. Wearing: Vintage. “I don’t like dressing in a particular era, I like to take an item and mix it up. My wardrobe is quite 1980s-1970s but I don’t like being pigeon-holed in one era. I always wear a hat when I can’t be bothered brushing my hair.”

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Amy, Womboin. Wearing: Prada shoes, Sportsgirl dress and vintage coat. “I love vintage clothing, and I shop anywhere from Saks 5th Avenue to the op shop in country Armidale. This leather coat I am wearing I have had for many years but it’s served me well – it’s so soft.”

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Hayley O'Neill

Hayley O’Neill is a Canberra based fashion stylist and fashion editor for HerCanberra. Hayley works as a freelance stylist at Westfield Belconnen and Woden and began her career styling for The Work Diaries blog. Hayley has lots of experience dressing real people with every size, age, budget and body shape.

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Laura Peppas

Laura Peppas is HerCanberra’s senior journalist and communications manager and is the Editor of Unveiled, HerCanberra’s wedding magazine. She is enjoying uncovering all that Canberra has to offer, meeting some intriguing locals and working with a pretty awesome bunch of women. Laura has lived in Canberra for most of her life and when she’s not writing fervently she enjoys pursuing her passion for travel, reading, online shopping and chai tea.

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