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Former Bachelor star Abbie Chatfield isn't scared of speaking her mind, and at her recent Sydney Opera House show, she proved she's not afraid to stand out from the crowd. Her neon bandeau top and bright blue skirt and jacket were the perfect ensemble to host her event, A Hot Night with Abbie Chatfield.
The live show ran over two nights and was also streamed through the Listnr App so fans could tune in at home.
The influencer and radio host spoke to guests on stage about everything from feminism and political issues to dating, friendships and mental health, while also sharing some of her personal dating stories.
I love how your podcast and shows are so inclusive to every group of person – why we love you Abbie!" raved one fan. "Best show ever,” said another.
Abbie, who is also the host of the hugely successful It's A Lot podcast is touring the country with the sell-out show, and will appear in Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and the Gold Coast throughout May.
Although she didn't reveal where her outfit was from, she's since announced she's launching her own fashion range, called Verbose. The range appears to include the statement silver and blue earrings she wore for the show.
Although she doesn't have neon items in her new collection, you can get the neon look elsewhere:
Perfect as a stand-alone bikini or to wear under a jacket like Abbie, this lime green packs a punch.
This striking, chic blazer has a single button closure, and a plunging neckline. It's perfect worn on its own, or pair it with a bandeau top underneath like Abbie. You could team it with matching pants, or a skirt depending on where you're going, and the weather.
Abbie's neon mules pack a serious punch, and these look-a-likes from Shein will have the same effect. They're made from vegan leather, have an open toe and a mid-rise heel.
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