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Morning Tea with Megan Park

It seems Armadale’s High Street is fast becoming the go-to boutique shopping destination surpassing nearby Chapel Street. Now Megan Park has moved in, sandwiched between Decjuba and Oroton, and welcomed me to morning tea in the white washed space of her flagship store. It houses her latest collection which, in signature Megan Park style, is a melange of tropical-hued prints embroidered with beads and gemstones mixed in with more restrained neutrals and loose silhouettes. This is the stuff of relaxed glamour, for swanning around Club Med in¬†Morocco or at least assisting with the fantasy.

Here’s a few of my favourite things I found at Megan Park…

Interior designer Suzie Stanford (she has also worked on the spaces of Mink Bar, Joe Black tailors, Bistro Gulliaume) sourced these amazing animal studded clothes racks.

Megan Park

Stanford also made brilliant pendant lighting by converting crystal vases and punchbowls into lampshades.

Megan Park

I think every girl needs a piece of turquoise jewellery, the stone seems to come back in vogue each sweltering summer.

Megan Park

This headband could add some non-traditional colours to your Spring racing outfit.

Megan Park

These slouchy pants would be a great way to do the safari/military trends in an uber-elegant way.

Megan Park

Love the folks-y vibe of this bag.

Megan Park

You can find Megan Park’s first flagship store at 1039 High Street Armadale. As I overheard another guest say “It’s just full of simply beautiful things”.

2 Thoughts on “Morning Tea with Megan Park

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  2. wow the store looks beautiful.. i love the beaded headband.. i really liked Megan Park’s collection at MSFW.. must visit this store ASAP!

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