YOU: Winter Wardrobe Warmers

31 May 2019

Practical, affordable and stylish? Yes we can! 

Keep the summer vibes shining with this season’s fabulous corals and florals.

ROSE GOLD & CUBIC ZIRCONIA Pendant // Prouds The Jewellers

pendant civic

This gorgeous 9ct rose gold pendant with cubic zirconia is the ultimate mama gift. Wear every day or save for
a special occasion, it’s just as special if you’ve bought
it for yourself!



Ultra High Rise Print Tight  // Rockwear

Rockwear coral civic

Keep your workout warm with these playful and stylish tights from Rockwear. At 7/8 length for those colder months and high-rise waist for support, they are perfect for hitting the gym, taking a walk or everyday wear.



Floral Boarder Scarf // W.Lane

w lane scarf civic

Keep the cold at bay with this gorgeous floral scarf. Machine washable, the fun print complements both a casual biker jacket or smarter blazer.



Double Pocket Baby Bag // Collette Hayman

Colette bag civic

This stylish baby bag will go way beyond the baby years. Featuring an internal bottle cooler compartment, removable baby changing mat, and plenty of pockets.



& Me Women’s Mid Heel Boot  // Big W

big w boot civic

Stylish, comfortable and affordable, these mid-heel boots feature a rounded toe, zippered closure to back, and modern cut-out design. Perfect paired with jeans, skirts or dresses.



Arizona Dress // Estrogen Noosa

Estrogen Arizona civic

A versatile, loose-fitting dress with a low hemline and v-shaped neck. Comfortable to wear and easy to dress up or down, it’s a winter wardrobe essential. Available in Black and Clay Bambi spot.

RRP: $44.95


Annett Casual Jacket // Jeanswest

boxjacket2 civic

Inspired by biker trends, this zip-up jacket with zip pockets is made for comfort, with 4-way stretch and soft fabric and finished in on-trend green. Pair with skinnies and sneakers for a street-worthy outfit, or with a floral dress and ankle boots for a smarter look.

RRP: $119.99


All items available at Noosa Civic Shopping Centre, Noosaville. 

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Kids on the Coast/Kids in the City
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