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The long weekend is almost here, and so is your new look winter wardrobe.

This season we welcome back beige is back in all its glory. From cream and camel to taupe and tan, it’s a scheme that is both wearable and versatile. Timeless yet contemporary, beige is less obvious than grey and more eye-catching than white and serves as the perfect backdrop for jewellery and moments of vibrant colour. Choose your favourite pieces and layer them in a single colour or mix and match for modern sophistication and classic styling. 

This long weekend, head south in head-to-toe beige for a look that is anything but boring.

 

 

If you can tear yourself away from the most delightful of vegetable gardens, take a farm, food and wine foraging adventure at our favourite, Glenarty Road.  Taste up to 10 wines right at the source and dig into a four-stage feast of seasonal produce, farm snacks, house-made charcuterie, cheese and freshly baked bread.

 

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Pound the pavements and hit the shops in Jac + Jack, one of the country’s most loved brands created by design duo Jacqueline ‘Jac’ Hunt and Lisa ‘Jack’ Dempsey. Sophisticated yet relaxed and crafted in natural and sustainable fabrics, each piece is a hard-working wardrobe staple offering true versatility. Hit up Adam Heath at Dunsborough for their latest collection in sumptuous shades of beige, toast, camel and black. 

 

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Head to charming chilly Augusta, and pull up a perch at our favourite waterside hotspot - The Colour Patch. Watch the pelicans glide over the water whilst sipping cocktails and feasting on tiger prawn sliders, grilled scampi and Coffin Bay oysters. Heaven on a stick.

 

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Rediscover an old favourite with a 45-minute private experience in Cape Mentelle's original 1978 cellar and winemaking facility. Enhance your wine education with a structured tutored tasting ranging from a racy Sauvignon Blanc - Semillon through to a thought-provoking zinfandel. We say cheers to that!

 

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Two of WA's most respected food and wine identities, chef Seth James and winemaker Larry Cherubino, have launched Frui Momento on the lakeside site previously home to Laurance wines on Caves Road in Wilyabrup. We're heading there for its gorgeous outlook, a divine selection of caviar, and an eclectic menu that includes cuttlefish, jamon and rockmelon and Hapuka, koji and wakame.

 

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With plenty more neutral looks in stock, be sure to pop in to visit over the long weekend. Can't make it in store? You can't go wrong with online.

 

 


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