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VIDEO: Take a look back at the fashions of 2014

Regina Lal models fashion from Vinnies in Rockhampton (Southside Store) for Fashion File. Photo Sharyn O'Neill / The Morning Bulletin
Regina Lal models fashion from Vinnies in Rockhampton (Southside Store) for Fashion File. Photo Sharyn O'Neill / The Morning Bulletin Sharyn O'Neill

FROM peplums to geometric patterns, Central Queensland had plenty to offer when it came to fashion in 2014.

As boutique fashion stores such as Can I Wear That, Willow and Ivy and Propaganda Lifestyle thrived throughout the year, and local shopping centres continued to introduce fashion chain stores such as Bardot, Connor Menswear and Colette, local fashionistas rejoiced.

The Morning Bulletin captured all of the local fashion must haves and on-trend styles in the weekly Fashion File segment.

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