A couple of months ago, I was approached by Postie to check out their range and pick a few outfits. When I did it it was for the autumn/winter season but I still wanted to share what I got because the pieces I chose can also be worn this spring as there are days when it’s still cold. Postie has also released their spring collection so I’ll share a few pieces I’ve been eyeing up from the new range.
This post is not sponsored by Postie but I was given a voucher to spend to pick out my outfits. I ended up getting 4 things for $100 which is such good value.
The first piece I chose was this Women’s Stripe Shirt Dress ($29). I don’t have anything like this in my wardrobe and I thought the vertical stripes would be quite flattering.
The model on their website has worn this dress flat but I think it’s much better styled this way because it gives it more shape rather than looking completely flat. This dress is such an easy piece to throw on for casual days but without looking frumpy/too casual. The fabric isn’t too thin so it’s not see-through but definitely still wearable thins spring if it’s an overcast day.
Next up, I got the Women’s Longline Chunky Knit Stripe Cardi (on sale for $20). Cardigans are such a staple but this is my first long cardigan. It’s like a robe but totally acceptable to wear out in public.
I didn’t think I’d like this cardigan as much as I did because it was something I’ve never styled before but it’s great. It’s striped so I paired it with plain pieces such as my favourite white t-shirt and jeans. I’m also petite so I wore the sleeves folded.
I was in such a great mood when we took these photos. I really liked the candid one my sister took on the right.
My favourite item from this haul is this Floral Wrap Dress. Unfortunately I can’t find it on the website any more but there is this similar floral wrap dress for $20. I’ve never owned a wrap dress before this and I didn’t realise how amazing they are. They’re flattering and comfy. There is a downside of flashing people with the slits but overall, I’ve been converted to wrap dresses and I need more.
I wore this outfit to a wedding reception and I really liked it.
The last thing I got was this lace bralette. I hate bras with underwire so I prefer soft-cup bras and bralettes. This was only $8 too which is great. I’ve worn this so much it has become one of my favourites because it’s comfy.
I wore the lace bralette underneath this dress and because of the low neckline of the wrap dress, some of the lace peeks through which I like.
Overall, I’m pretty happy with my haul as I got some nice pieces for a great price. Before this, I wouldn’t even think of checking out Postie to find cute outfits but they’ve really stepped up their game.
For the spring/summer season, they’ve come out with beautiful pieces. Sadly I couldn’t make it to the launch but I’d definitely be going in store to check out the new range. I have my eye on these:
Have you been to Postie lately and did you know they do cute clothes? I’ve been impressed by how well they’ve improved yet the prices are so affordable.
This post only focused on the womenswear but I recommend checking out their activewear too. Watch out for a future blog post about it but if you follow me on Instagram, you would’ve seen some already.
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Love wrap dresses too but because I’m so flat chested, I am in constant worry about flashing people through the skits 😹🙈
Dotti also has/had some nice ones on sale for $20 (and even lower when they had 30% off storewide – inc sale(!!)) but unfortunately had to return one but hoping I can sew down two I got from Mirrou which were also on sale from
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