Campaign: Sussan 'Wine Tour Getaway' Winter 2012

Wow, what a whirlwind week it has been. Earlier this week I was chosen as one of 10 Bloggers to review new pieces from Sussan's new Wine Tour Getaway campaign. I was excited to say the least! Most of you would not know this but my first job at age 15 was working as a casual at Sussan! For 3 years I worked after school and on weekends to earn a little pocket money and it was my first real introduction to my love of fashion. So I felt the opportunity to pop in store and review the label's new collection was my small way of thanking Sussan for having me on board.

Bloggers each received a $250 gift voucher to spend in store and after receiving the catalogue, I could not wait to play with the pieces. I fell head over heels in love with a loose fitting black and grey knit cardie ($99.95) which seems to compliment everything I wear. All of the catalogue's jeans and jeggings left me lusting over a pair of straight black denim jeans ($89.95) to match the knit cardie.

Because I dislike winter and hate having to throw thick layer upon layer, I could not help but notice a simple grey tank/singlet dress on sale for just $25.00. This cute piece can be dressed up or down and worn alone as a dress or simply as a long top (as shown above). I love this tank dress so much I am contemplating over which other colours to buy next time. As I was scouring the racks I discovered a loose fitting, and very comfortable, black skirt ($49.95) which sits tastefully at the knee and knew I had to have it. It can be worn as a casual or dressy piece and the tank dress looks great worn tucked in to the skirt as a top.

In total my awesome new winter wardrobe came to just $264.85 for 4 extremely wearable pieces. I am so thrilled with the new additions to my wardrobe and hopefully you too will agree that they are fantastic value. See the new collection at your nearest Sussan store or shop online / view the new Wine Tour Getaway look book here | Like Sussan on Facebook.

Which piece are you loving and why?