A STYLISH mob dressed to impress shoppers at Westfield Mount Druitt on Saturday.
Fashion fans got the inside scoop on what's hot this summer and where to find it — right on their own doorstep.
There were eye-catching displays such as a flash mob and body art where the season's trends were painted on a live model.
Stylist Kristen Denny-Combridge spent last week visiting fashion retailer Mount Druitt Westfield to find the look for her style sessions, which included a plus-size model to show how the trends can suit different age groups and body shapes.
"I've bought a few pieces for myself here," Mrs Denny-Combridge confessed.
"Shoppers are lucky here.
"They don't have to travel to trendy places such as the city and Paddington when the latest trends are in the stores here."
She listed neon and sherbet colours, tribal, florals, prints and jewels as the items to be seen in this summer.
"It's my favourite spring collection in at least seven years because it's so colourful," she said.
Mrs Denny-Combridge recommends a trans-seasonal piece such as a blazer or maxi dress in the tribal look, which is expected to still be in style next winter, if the recent New York and London Fashion Week collections are anything to go by.
Velvet, pointy shoes, metallic and leather are also tipped to be hot next winter.
Her number one rule?
"'Dress for your body shape," she said.
"For example, you would go for a printed top, instead of pants, if you're bottom heavy.
"Don't get caught up in all the trends from head to toe.
"I love a challenge when I can turn someone who hates shopping to someone loving it."
Mrs Denny-Combridge's biggest fashion no-no?
"Not having fun with fashion," she said.
"Some women are too scared and have a uniform outfit for going out at night and lunch."