Our ultimate Christmas gift guide – For every woman in your life!

Yes, it IS that time of year again! And if you want to shop local, support Australian labels and small business, then you need to be organised even earlier to get your orders in with plenty of time!

So here we go – something for every woman in your life, as well as a little something for you! (Simply click on the photos to shop!)

Your Mother:

Kerala Necklace

Timeless, elegant, stunning statement piece. Handcrafted in Sydney and available as sterling silver or 22K gold plated sterling silver.


Harriett Saddle Bag

The Harriet saddle bag is crafted from luxurious hardwearing suede. Decorated with signature braided leather a faux gold clasp, the unique mini-style is a subtle twist on classic saddle styles. The fabric-lined interior has plenty of room for your phone, card holder and keys. Your mum will simply LOVE it in tan or black!

Mother in Law:

Eve Studs

Simple, subtle, timeless… Sterling silver (925) with Argentium silver (935) posts.


Cable knit Snood

This snood, or infinity scarf, is the cosiest item you could ever have in your wardrobe! Perfect for those cold winter days.


Caviette fold over clutch

You can’t go wrong with a black clutch, especially when it’s made from butter soft Italian leather. The ultimate understated accessory this black clutch optimises a refined classic style. Perfect for your favourite sister!


Weekend Jarmies

We love Christmas and we LOVE Christmas pyjamas!  These super cute ruby-red striped beauties will put your sister in the spirit of the season, and then keep her merry and bright well into the summer holidays.

Best Friend:

Grey Marle Neoprene Tote

A gorgeous bag with a zip close internal pocket for your keys and/or phone this bag will help keep your best girlfriend organised and very stylish.


Provence Nightshirt

Cut from our soft and breathable organic jersey cotton, the Provence nightshirt has a  feminine dress style fit. A dreamy outfit for your bestie and an alternative for lazy weekend mornings.


Striped Deep V Tee

A style staple, this light weight organic cotton v neck tee is our top selling t-shirts. Your sister-in-law will be able to wear 7 days a week with everything from blue denim to sleek, chic pencil skirts.


Flamingo Shorts

Super cute Flamingo Sleep Shorts – cool and comfortable to wear to bed or for lounging around the house. She will thank you later!

And now, a little something for you?

Coco Dress – for Christmas Day

The Coco dress is made from premium embroider cotton and features a tucked sleeves, back zip closure and scooped neckline. This dress is fully lined. Understated and stunning.


Daisy Dress – for Boxing Day

Beautifully soft organic cotton, crew neckline, stepped scooped hem with slight side split and side pockets.
This dress is a timeless classic, relaxed fit and PERFECT with tan slides for a lazy boxing day with family and friends.

Enjoy your shopping and MERRY CHRISTMAS everyone! 

Is that a hint of spring in the air?! Quick, you better start preparing!

One of the things about having a capsule, or minimalist wardrobe, is that by the end of a season, you can be getting pretty excited about saying farewell to the current selection, and hello to getting your capsule ready for the next season!

The first part of this planning is to look at your current wardrobe and decide which items you are going to store, which items you want to keep for the next season and which items you plan to donate to charity (or swap!)

Once you have been through your winter wardrobe, and you have the pile of clothes you are going to store, then set aside some time to prepare them – preferably a sunny weekend.


Unless specifically stated, hand washing, or a gentle machine wash, is by far the preferable cleaning method for woollens.
Hand washing is essentially a slow soak for ten minutes followed by a rinse in warm water. To get rid of excess water, roll your garment up in a towel and gently press to absorb. Then, using a fresh towel, lay your garment out flat, preferably in the sunshine. After machine-washing, gently shake and reshape and lay out flat to COMPLETELY dry.

Vacuum Packing

Vacuum packing is simply sealing away your clothes in airtight bags – not only protects your clothes but also creates a lot more space in your wardrobe.
Vacuum packing is a popular choice and does make things easier as you can stack the bags on top of each other. There is also the bonus that because the bags are see through, you can easily keep track of trans-seasonal items on the off-chance you need to access them before next winter.
On the downside, they can occasionally need resealing and don’t allow the clothing to breathe. They’re also not ideal for delicate clothing and can often trap in moisture, although including silica crystals in the bag can help prevent this.

Cloth Bags

Not as convenient space-wise as vacuum packing, using 100% cotton or wool bags is much safer for delicate clothing as they allow the clothes to breathe. Wrapping clothes in tissue paper will also prevent them from yellowing and snagging on zippers or other clothes while in storage. (Personally, this is how I like to store clothes – in organic cotton bags with zips or drawstring)

Storage Bins

Storage bins can be an easier alternative to vacuum bags but the irony is that they require a fair amount of storage space themselves! They are often on wheels and can be easily stacked which is appealing to some situations.

Using silica gel sachets in the bins will also help prevent moisture from developing mould.

Cedar Blocks

For most women in their 30’s, 40’s and 50’s, the scent of mothballs is enough to send you back in time and is associated with scratchy woollen jumpers, skivvies and ski jackets, am I right?

It is such a distinct smell, and one that is very hard to remove and never pleasant. As an alternative, invest in something more natural such as cedar blocks that not only smell great, but works just as well, at preventing damage from moths and silverfish.
(Additional tip: If you’re storing leather or fur, however, cedar can actually dry the fibres out. Use sachets of lavender instead.)


Always remember: A crammed closet causes wear and tear on clothing.

Clothes need space and fresh air (just like we do) to look their best and last a long time.

So go ahead and choose the clothes you are going to store, the clothes you are saying goodbye to, and the ones that are staying as the core of your next capsule. The sooner you make those decisions, the sooner you can start planning your Spring wardrobe! Oh let the games begin…