Autumn is well and truly underway, but that doesn’t means the sales are cooling down with many stores holding mid-season sales.
Founded in Indonesia and nurtured in Australian, weekend devoted brand Tee Ink is having a $20 Empty the Nest warehouse sale in Crows Nest. Expect effortlessly cool hoodies, tees, dress, swimwear, hats and bottoms.
59 Hume St, Crows Nest. Thursday 20- Sunday 23 10am-4pm.
Inspired by colour and texture, Australian brand Ixiah is having their biggest warehouse sale yet with up to 90 per cent off one-off pieces, archives and latest collections reduced to clear. Expect to find flowy silhouettes, dreamy prints and earthy colours.
District 01, 7 Randle Ln, Surry Hills. Saturday 22 10am-5pm, Sunday 23 10am-5pm.
Ixiah’s prints will be central to the sale. Photo: Supplied/ Ixiah
Known for creating designs with a minimalist aesthetic, bold colour blocking and tailoring, Josh Goot is having a pop-up sale this weekend in Surry Hills. Expect to see archive pieces from the fall/winter collections at up to 70 per cent off and limited-edition samples.
District 01 44a Foveaux St Surry Hills. Friday 21 8am-8pm, Saturday 22 9am-6pm. Sunday 23 10am-4pm.
Established by Luke Reichinger and Lauren Walsh in 2005, Independent kidswear stockist Kido is having a warehouse sale this week with fashion, shoes and accessories, as well as a selection of furniture, decor and toys. The sale will feature various childrens wear brands including Bobo Choses, Munster, Minti, Vans, The Animals Observatory, Soft Gallery, Wolf & Rita, Finger In The Nose and Alphabet Soup.
8 Australia St Camperdown. Monday April 24 to Saturday April 29 10am – 4pm, till Sunday April 23.
Kido’s sale will include Bobo Choses, Munster, Minti and Vans. Photo: Supplied/ Kido
If you are looking to update your bedroom and living spaces for the cooler months, Australian linen, bedding and homewares brand Sheridan is continuing their mid-season clear-out with a White Hot Sale. There is now 60 per cent off selected sheets, quilt covers, towels and decorate as well as 70 per cent off their warehouse stock and 50 per cent off selected new arrivals.
Online Only, Ends Friday Night.
Sheridan’s mid-season sale continues.
Looking to add some adventure into your wardrobe? Australian streetwear and denim specialist General Pants Co’s ‘It’s a miracle sale’ continues on brands including Adidas, One Teaspoon, The Upside, The Fifth Label, Converse and Rollas. The sale also has nothing over $50 across their tops and bottoms range and 30 per cent off selected footwear.
Online and instore, until stocks last.
Australian label Camilla and Marc have opened a new Rosebery outlet boutique for their Sydney customer base.
The store features an industrial and neutral vibe with concrete floors, glass panels and high ceilings.
With a hue-coordinated rack set-up, expect to find some of the brand’s signature neutral, ready-to-wear designs and archive pieces including dresses, clothing, coats and accessories.
Shop 2-4 108 Dunning Ave Rosebery. Monday- Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 11am-5pm.
Camilla and Marc’s newest outlet store in Rosebery. Photo: Supplied/ Camilla and Marc
The pussy-bow blouse has had a renaissance.
Gucci’s Alessandro Michele reinterpreted the feminine shirt in 2015 with a youthful and whimsical vibe. A look that has been embraced by many influencers. This includes Melania Trump, whose fuschia blouse worn during one of last year’s Presidential debates became infamous, and Harry Styles who has become a poster boy for androgynous styling. Ushering in a new wave of gender neutral dressing, Styles has adopted millennial pink, the “only true rock and roll colour” and red pussy bow blouses, pairing them with jacquard tailoring in his recent Rolling Stone shoot.
Wear a pussy-bow blouse with wide-leg trousers, patterned suits, or a midi-pleated skirt. You can also ease yourself in gently with a skinny statement scarf tied around your neck. Experiment and have fun.