Offspring Series 3 Episode 11Nina and Patrick say goodbye

So you want to dress like Nina Proudman part 12

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Nina pregnant?

I could just leave this Offspring post at that, couldn’t I?

I mean the very possibility leaves itself open to so much discussion re designer maternity jeans vs the very good ones you can pick up at Jeanswest; whether she’ll move to low-heeled boots; or how she’ll make the transition from tiny hip bag to bulging baby bag?

Yes, we do discuss the important stuff here, don’t we?

Which is why I’m going to leave this week’s storyline right there and turn talk immediately to Nina’s boots.

Specifically the fact that the taupe knee-high D.Co boots we’ve seen her wearing almost every episode were swapped for some red-heeled ankled boots.

I know, there’s that big stuff again

They were worn as part of this outfit. Let’s all pause for a sigh when remembering Nina and Patrick’s “one last lemonade”.

Nina wears: vintage kimono fabric over shirt made in house, Zara butterfly print scarf, Acne jeans, Country Road yellow t-shirt. Photo: Ten

Now, I’ve struggled to find a perfect match for the boots. They’re a red-pink colour but with a tan heel. You may have more luck. The closest I could find were these below with a buckle detail – I’ve included them with this week’s shopping inspiration below. They’d certainly still work.

1. Zeta Tencel jacket $69.99 @ Westfield | 2. Portmans top $49.95 | 3. Mavi jeans $149.95 @ The Iconic | 4. Country Road belt $22.46 | 5. Sportsgirl bag $29.95 | 6. Nude boots $94.90 @ Style Tread | 7. The Charlotte scarf $26 @ Hug Me Harry

Is this a mix of colours you could wear? What pregnancy advice do you have for Nina?

PS. Did you know that yesterday I did a bit of a round-up over at The Hoopla about Nina’s fashion style and how you can make elements of it your own? You can check it out here.

Want to play Nina catch-up?


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