I have it on good authority (well a friend of a friend told me) that some very lucky people have started to receive their K-Rudd stimulus money.
For those of us still waiting, it’s time to devote some time to how we’re going to spend it.
Now, if we’re really to do our part, then I’m thinking new-season fashion is a good place to start. And to make your purchases count even more in the economic saviour stakes, choose fashion that is Australian designed and made.
That way everyone wins. You have some lovely new clothes and everyone involved in selling and producing those clothes benefits as well.
And if you really want to feel special in your clothes, look no further than wYse Bodywear. This season the Queensland lifestyle label has taken its trademark modal designs further and enlisted the comforting services of a micro modal into its autumn/winter collection.
It’s exceptionally light, smooth, silky and an absolute delight to wear for its breathability. Its anti-crease properties make it the ultimate travelling companion.
This season’s colour palette includes dusty mauve, military, putty, chocolate, slate, ruby, amber, berry and charcoal. Each piece is designed to layer, offering a multitude of wardrobe options.
I’m loving the wYse micro modal scarf – much, much nicer than scratchy wool around your neck and great for creating an instant outfit change.
… perhaps when Uncle Kev’s $ land in my account, I’ll buy one in every colour.
For stockist details, ph 07 3392 2862; www.wysebodywear.com.au
Sunshine Coast stockists: Soul Diva, Buderim; High Heels, Mooloolaba; Piece of Me, Maleny; OV Boutique, Cotton Tree; Lou Lou, Noosa Junction; Jools of Noosa, Noosa Junction