Peter Morrissey and Andrea Fox in Flats

By Andrea

Recently I hung out at the home of iconic Australian fashion designer Peter Morrissey, where we chatted about a range of topics. He dished the dirt about celebrity mates here, shared shortcuts for turning your man into a gentleman here, and gave us the run down on his range of womenswear, menswear and homewear at Big W.

All was going swimmingly till I said that I reckon “Some people think you’ve had a style lobotomy after you’ve had kids”, and that’s when the interview got really interesting . We both got a little ranty, and eye-rolling ensued. Check it out:

httpv://youtu.be/gI-x0zfIjh0

 

Selected dresses from the Peter Morrissey for Big W range are available online here, plus there’s a larger range in stores. The best bit? They’re all under $39.

 

Foxy Picks:

Peter Morrissey Stripe Dress

Peter Morrissey Block Stripe Dress – Sizes 8-16 $29

Team with a pair of Converse like these for a cute sporty look.

 

Peter Morrissey Red Stripe Dress

Peter Morrissey Ponte Stripe Dress – Red/White – Sizes 8-16 (on sale now) $20

Whack on your favourite red lipstick, some heels, and a pair of Spanxs like these for Va Va Voom.

 

Peter Morrissey printed dress

Peter Morrissey Print Maxi Dress with Side Split – Sizes 8-16 $39

This will easily disguise a food-baby if you indulge in extra helpings over the Silly Season.

 

Style lobotomy sorted.

 

Do you feel you lost your style-mojo after having kids? And how did you get it back?

 

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5 Comments

  • Here is my thing – none of it is breast feeding friendly. And maybe that’s why people think that you’ve had a style lobotomy because you’re trying to piece together things that don’t really work together, but work for breast feeding. Breast is best – but not when you’re trying to get dressed!

      • Thanks 🙂 I have read that post, just not that keen to invest over 200 in a ‘feeding’ dress when they really have a shape that tries to hide any leftover baby bump when I don’t have any. I’ll be checking out the shirt dress – but most shirt dresses if picked for the right size (my size 10) won’t allow for 10GG breasts 🙁

  • i gotta say the dresses are nice……but why do they only go up to a 16? and a pretty slim fitting 16 at that………….

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