We know you’re busy, and you need clothes that are comfortable, easy to wear and versatile. So we want to introduce you to our most wanted pant – Sophia.
It’s that time of year again – the sun is starting to burst through the clouds and there’s a buzz in the air. Spring Racing Carnival is well underway, and we’re here to help you plan your race day outfit – so you can look stylish, while following the right dress code with ease.
We all have few items in the back of our wardrobe that we’ve never worn. They were impulse buys, or a snap sale decision. They’re clothes that we have nothing to wear with – or clothes that just don’t suit us. In fact, one in three* Aussie women have more than five items of clothing that they’ve never worn in their wardrobe right now.
While it’s great to hear that so many people have a passion for fashion, no-one likes to think of all those poor clothes going unloved. Clothes should make you feel comfortable in yourself – but there’s often a balance between celebrating your own style and getting carried away by trends. The shortcut to achieving the perfect wardrobe is…. Shop smarter.
The arrival of spring = a fresh start. Warmer temperatures (finally!), budding blooms, longer days are just a few of our favourite aspects… but at the top of the list is Spring Racing. Fashion blogger Lisa Raciti, founder of the G’Day Girl shares her advice on how to survive on race day.
We all have that one item – ok more than one item – that we have been eyeing off and just waiting to go on sale. Come sale time though, sometimes the effort to fight the crowds, find parking at the shopping centre and/or juggling the kids are just too much.
Lucky for us (depends who you ask), this isn’t our first rodeo so we have put together our tips for surviving sale and getting in and out with minimal fuss.
S/S 2017 is here, and we couldn’t be happier to share it with you. Discover our A-Z of the new collection and learn what went in to creating each piece for you.
We are sharing here some behind the scenes moments of the creative process and how it is driven by our biggest source of inspiration – you.