Phoebe Burgess shows off her $1700 designer outfit including $1,035 Bottega Veneta sneakers

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Phoebe Burgess is known for her excellent fashion sense. 

And on Saturday, the 31-year-old was happy to show off her latest look for her scores of eager fans. 

In a series of photos shared to Instagram, the budding influencer posed in upmarket garments at her parents’ country property in Bowral’s NSW. 

Fashion forward: On Saturday, Phoebe Burgess (pictured) showed off her $1700 outfit for her fans in a series of photos shared to Instagram, taken at her parents' property in Bowral's NSW

Fashion forward: On Saturday, Phoebe Burgess (pictured) showed off her $1700 outfit for her fans in a series of photos shared to Instagram, taken at her parents' property in Bowral's NSW

Fashion forward: On Saturday, Phoebe Burgess (pictured) showed off her $1700 outfit for her fans in a series of photos shared to Instagram, taken at her parents’ property in Bowral’s NSW

The mother-of-two opted for a camel coloured trench coat, from the brand Atoir and valued at $459. 

Underneath, she paired the jacket with a pale knit top from Henne, valued at around $129. 

She kept herself on trend down to her shoes, rocking a pair of Speedster leather and mesh sneakers from luxury label Bottega Veneta which cost a cool $1,035.   

A look: The mother-of-two opted for a camel coloured trench coat, from the brand Atoir and valued at $459. Underneath, she wore a pale knit top from Henne, valued at around $129

A look: The mother-of-two opted for a camel coloured trench coat, from the brand Atoir and valued at $459. Underneath, she wore a pale knit top from Henne, valued at around $129

A look: The mother-of-two opted for a camel coloured trench coat, from the brand Atoir and valued at $459. Underneath, she wore a pale knit top from Henne, valued at around $129

Sneaking off: She kept herself on trend down to her shoes, rocking a pair of Speedster leather and mesh sneakers from luxury label Bottega Veneta which cost a cool $1,035

Sneaking off: She kept herself on trend down to her shoes, rocking a pair of Speedster leather and mesh sneakers from luxury label Bottega Veneta which cost a cool $1,035

Sneaking off: She kept herself on trend down to her shoes, rocking a pair of Speedster leather and mesh sneakers from luxury label Bottega Veneta which cost a cool $1,035

Finishing off the look was a personalised phone case which Phoebe wore in a cross-body style. 

It featured her initials – PB – written across the bottom in a large, baby blue serif font.  

The black pebbled case with pocket and detachable strap, from The Daily Edited, comes in at $74.95.  

On the case: Finishing off the look was a personalised phone case. It featured her initials - PB - written across the bottom. The black pebbled case with pocket and detachable strap, from The Daily Edited, comes in at $74.95

On the case: Finishing off the look was a personalised phone case. It featured her initials - PB - written across the bottom. The black pebbled case with pocket and detachable strap, from The Daily Edited, comes in at $74.95

On the case: Finishing off the look was a personalised phone case. It featured her initials – PB – written across the bottom. The black pebbled case with pocket and detachable strap, from The Daily Edited, comes in at $74.95

In the photos, Phoebe flaunted the front and back of her ensemble, twirling for the camera. 

She pulled her collar up in some of the shots, and smiled in others – revealing that the images were taken by her mother Julie.     

Phoebe captioned the photos: ‘How not to forget your phone – wear it! Thanks for the pics mum)’. 

Phoebe captioned the photos:'How not to forget your phone - wear it! Thanks for the pics mum)'. Pictured in another recent Instagram image

Phoebe captioned the photos:'How not to forget your phone - wear it! Thanks for the pics mum)'. Pictured in another recent Instagram image

Phoebe captioned the photos: ‘How not to forget your phone – wear it! Thanks for the pics mum)’. Pictured in another recent Instagram image 

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