The best part of Offspring's premiere was Nina Proudman's dress. Here's where you can buy it.

Offspring finally returned to our screens last night and with it our renewed obsession for the wardrobe of one Nina Proudman.

There were prints, there were scarves, and yes, there were even culottes.

But there was one item in particular that had viewers excited – Nina’s dusty pink dress worn to dinner for her mother’s “Geraldine day”.

If you missed the premiere episode, you can read our full recap here. 

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An empire line dress with a semi-fitted bodice and sleeves that skim the arms, it's the floaty number of our boho dreams.

Thankfully, the team behind Offspring's wardrobe departments have shared exactly where you can get your hands on it.

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It's the liberty dress in mulberry from designer Catherine Murphy and retails for $389.

It's designed and made in Australia from an exclusive print produced by mills in France and just as perfect for fancy occasions like dinner parties as it is for throwing on and going about your day.

You'll have to patient though - the dress won't be shipped until approximately 7th August.

Image: Catherine Murphy

Linda Tahija

Catherine Murphy is a new addition to the rotation of staple designers beloved by Nina, including Isabel Marant, Tigerlily and Primness.

And according to costume designer Michael Chisholm, we'll be seeing Nina in a lot more dresses this season as her style continues to evolve.

But rest assured - while her style looks effortless, it's really anything but. (Post continues after gallery.)


"I buy stuff and re-shape it. We have a full-time costumier who works to make each piece just right for Nina. The effortless look of Nina is not so effortless," Chisholm told Styling You.