STYLE: Mossman Neon / Nemesis


I’m so excited for the new Mossman Neon / Nemesis AW12 collection, which officially hit stores and became available online this week!

The Neon / Nemesis campaign stars one of my favourite models, Sophie Van Den Akker, who is a perfect fit for capturing the gorgeous, modern and playful nature of the Mossman label.

The collection features a combination of mono tones and brights (including neon pink and neon yellow), as well as stripes, spots and metallics. There is something for every girl, for every occasion!


Here are my picks:


Neon Or Not Knit-Neon Pink > This gorgeous oversized knit features a crew neckline and perfect styled back with skinny jeans and killer heels.

The Pendelbury Dress-Black > This swing dress is a simple style yet a key staple for any women’s wardrobe. It features a hi-low hemline, sleeveless and a high neckline. This garment is unlined. Style back with sky high heels an oversized clutch and layers of accessories.



Kaleidoscope Dress-Navy > This dress is a statement piece and a must have for the season. The all over subtle cut out detail makes this dress. It features a fitted bodice with pleat detail around the entire skirt finished with a back exposed metal zip. Fully lined. Style this dress back with ankle boots and a hard case clutch and a jewelled necklace.

The Purity Tunic-White > This tunic is such a simple silhouette but so fashionable. It can be worn as a dress with sheer tights and ankle boots or style back with a fitted mini skirt. Don’t forget to add oversized jewellery and clutch. AMAZE-ing! The dress features a shorter length at the front and longer at the back highlighted with a contrast satin on the hemline.



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Enjoy, melbgirl x

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Emily Collie

Emily Collie is Editor of lifestyle & fashion blog, Melbourne Girl. A wife, mother and fashion addict, with a passion for sharing her experiences in her home city of Melbourne and around the globe.

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