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Portsea Polo Style 2015

As the rain (thankfully) stayed far, far away and limoncello icy poles provided a dose of sunshine, the Portsea Polo went off swimmingly on the weekend. I was pleased to accept Peroni’s invitation to join them for the day and thus much of the serious style spotting below was conducted from

Portsea Polo 2014: Best Dressed

Move over preppy sweaters drapped over gents’ shoulders. Bowties are the latest trend at the Jeep Portsea Polo alongside fedoras for both sexes. The best people-spotting was found amid Peroni’s Italian-style piazza (including new Miu Miu face Bella Heathcote) and the best vantage point to watch the chukkas was the

DressCode: Portsea Polo 2013

A sneaky little outfit post from the 2013 Portsea Polo. Relaxing in the Peroni marquee at the end of the day… Skirt – a beautiful digital smoke print by Cylk Hot air balloon necklace – I’ve had this Elk pendant on my wishlist for ever. Finally it is mine for

Portsea Polo 2013

A funny thing happens when men dress for the polo. They seem to have the sudden urge to throw a preppy sweater around their shoulders like the living embodiment of a J.Crew catalogue. Men of Melbourne please note; you are not Chuck Bass. We stopped counting sweater-over-the-shoulder sightings at the Jeep Portsea

Style Spy: Jeep Portsea Polo 2012

It seemed much of Melbourne moved to Portsea this past weekend as the polo stole the limelight from mansion-like holiday homes and the glittering seaside setting. When it came to the main event the Jeep team just managed to steal the game from rival Stella Artois. Fashion-wise it was the

Portsea Polo 2011

It seem we can’t get enough of floaty summer dresses, espadrilles, polo shirts and ponies! The Stella Artois Portsea Polo tournament is returning to its sophisticated seaside locale on Saturday January 8th 2011, from 10.30am to 6pm. Enjoy three games of world class polo, the iconic divot stomp (yes, we all imagine we’re in

Portsea Polo 2010

Another year of polo at Portsea again saw a sell out event. The Point Nepean Quarantine Station sees a flood of stylish types at this time of year as they enjoy one of the – in my opinion – best events during Melbourne’s summer. I think the crowd looked as

Stella Artois Portsea Polo 2009

The Portsea Polo, now the greatest polo event in the country spectator-wise, has quickly become a sell out, must-do social event in its own right. Since its resurrection in 2004, and a brief hiatus last year due to horse flu, the event has cemented itself on Melbourne’s summer social calender

On vacation…

Taking (attempting to) a little time to rejuvenate mind and body this month. StyleMelbourne will properly return to share the beautiful side of Melbourne’s culture, lifestyle and creative people in February 2015. Until then there may be the odd post on the Portsea polo, a re-vamped sky-scraping events space, the

Reflections: 2013

Before I skip off into the sunshine until 2014, I thought it might be nice to take a look back at some highlights of StyleMelbourne’s year that was. Both as an exercise in optimism as we move into 2014 and to jog my fading memory. A lot of the below