The prints from Romance Was Born's AW15 collection should be all too familiar.

The strangely nostalgic series entitled Bush Magic, draws strong comparisons to the watercolour illustrations of your favourite childhood stories. Gum leaves, gumnut babies and other Aussie childhood insignia appear throughout the collection, while edgy cuts modernising the decade-old prints. The label has nailed the balance between current and nostalgic, with a refined series of modern shapes including bombers, culottes and clean-cut tees. But it's still as familiar as a set of Derwent pencils.

Bonus points go out for the adorable names like the Snugglepot Day Dress and the Spotted Gum Dress.

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