Miss SA 2018 Tamaryn Green's style rules according to her Instagram profile

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Tamaryn Green, a 23-year-old medical student was crowned as the new Miss SA at a glamorous event held at the Sun Arena at Time Square in Pretoria, says The Juice.

We immediately headed to her Instagram account, which boasts a whopping 42.5K followers, to learn more about her style. 

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Here's what we gathered: 

Pantsuits

She loves wearing suits. And this colour on her is golden. 

Mustard

She is definitely a woman who's aware of fashion trends. She killed it in this beautifully slick dress when she was chosen as the Cape Town regional finalist. 

Also love this jumpsuit with ruffles. 

Floral

Whether a wide-leg trousers, a flared dress or a bodycon, florals are always in season for Tamaryn. 

White

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She has modelled wedding gowns a plenty; and has even learnt to incorporate that aesthetic into looks for Miss SA judging as she opted for this pair of white trousers and lace top. 

Watch her being crowned here:

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