Treasurette at Fame Agenda


(Photo by BusinessChic)

One of the great pleasures of being a blogger is not, as the above photo would suggest, holding hands with creepy wooden mannequins wearing fabulous rings. It is, rather, getting to hang out with other people with a passion for fashion while admiring beautiful clothes. And that’s exactly what I did last weekend at Fame Agenda in Melbourne Central.
This is Monica, the charming and very sparkly owner of Fame Agenda, holding my cupcake while I take her photo.

(the cupcake didn’t last for long after that, and nor did these)

Fame Agenda and Couturing.com hosted an exclusive event with Treasurette, a relatively new boutique which I’m yet to visit, but after seeing much of their stock at this event, I think I better make a trip up there soon. Here are some examples…
Jewellery by House of Harlow (I think? there was a lot of great stuff so I’m not sure now. Oops!)

These serious heels are from Finsk… I couldn’t walk in them, but they looked good!

More sparkle from Pedro Garcia…

Scarves for dog lovers…
Patent ballet shoes from Repetto (with my face reflected in the mirrored counter… more creepiness…)

The Treasurette treasure was showcased among Fame Agenda’s other fabulous frocks such as these…


And we got to try them on, too! This dress by Sretsis was my favourite, it’s sparkly, so how could I resist… (plus it was displayed on the mannequin in the window too, so I felt like a had a headless twin… always a good thing?)

Check out this ring by Dominic Jones… it could do some serious damage but looks amazing…
(both above pics by Businesschic.com.au)
I paired the dress with navy wedges by Elizabeth and James which are super tall but actually really comfy. Once Buy Nothing New month is over I think I might have to make a rare new item purchase!


Despite me wearing navy, there was actually a fair bit of whimsy happening in the store. Here’s one of the Fame Agenda staff wearing Romance was Born (you might remember that I went to the exhibition which used this print).


These Sretsis prints reminded me of My Little Ponies (did you used to have them? My cousin and I used to do fashion shows with them!)
And look at the colour blocking going on here with Sarah and Cheryl… (Sarah was trying on this dress, she doesn’t usually go around wearing belts with the tags still attached!)

All in all, a delightful afternoon. Thanks Fame Agenda, Treasurette, and Couturing.com!
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