Fashion by Post – all the way from England

I have discovered this online boutique, Public Beware, which has caught my eye for the excellent prices even after converting into NZ dollars. The conversion these days is two NZ dollars to one pound. Below I have some of their items which are for sale with the links and the prices.

Public Beware crop army jacket

 This cropped army jacket could be fantastic for giving some warmth without covering up a great top or dress.

It comes in at £27. If you spend over £100, the freight is free.










Public Beware Boucle cardigan




This boucle cardigan is a helpful neutral colour to create a stylish outer layer for those cold days and evenings.

The sale price is £28.70.








Public Beware puffer jacket




We all love puffer jackets as the ultimate cover up but they are often not that stylish but look at this one – right on trend.

Sale price is £44.50







Public Beware grey dress







This shift dress cleverly covers up any lumps and bumps we might have while keeping a narrow silhouette.

Sale price is £29








Public Beware lace hoodie





This lace hoodie is so pretty. Wear it over a plain dress or top for that touch of whimsy.

The sale price is £17.50



 The vest below was too unusual to leave out. Look at that amazing back view.

The sale price is £19.80




Public Beware vest



About Suzanne

I am Suzanne Perazzini, the author of two low Fodmap cookbooks, Low Fodmap Menus and Low Fodmap Snacks, and the creator of the Inspired Life Low Fodmap Coaching Program. I live in New Zealand in a house overlooking the Pacific Ocean with my husband and son. Since discovering the low FODMAP diet, my irritable bowel syndrome issues, which I have suffered from all my life, have all but disappeared. My blog, Strands of My Life, focuses on the low FODMAP diet and features videos, recipes and articles on irritable bowel syndrome. My mission in life is to help those who suffer from irritable bowel syndrome to implement the low Fodmap diet. I have a side blog called Path to Minimalism, where I document our downsizing to a life of minimalism and zero waste.

Posted on June 6, 2011, in Purchases and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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