What To Wear


Outback adventure, coastal retreat or a cool city break – fashion to inspire your next holiday look.


Comfort is key in the outback which is why the classics are necessary. Broad brim Akubra hat and a pair of sturdy RMs are our go-to for the elements. The bound edge brim, tilted down in front and back for protection from sun or rain, is dinkum Aussie, topped off with a delicate opal on the kangaroo leather band.

Coober Pedy, Akubra $220, Victoria Stripe Tee, RM Williams $59, Lady Drover Belt, RM Williams $100, Edith Short, RM Williams $90, Lady Yearling, RM Williams $545


This gorgeous calf-length dress by Australian made label Cue, hangs beautifully on the body for an effortless city look. The on-trend belt bag is not only stylish, but also useful, especially if you’re walking through the art gallery followed by a cheese board and glass of wine.

Painted Bluebell Midi Dress, Cue $320, Leather Belt Bag, Cue $195


An outfit fit for a wildlife encounter needs to be practical above all. A quilted vest keeps your torso warm, while your arms are free to cuddle! A sturdy pair of Levi’s can handle any wear, while the classic Converse provides comfort and tops off your casual comfort look. Note: Avoid white!

Harness Quilted Vest, RM Williams $119, Base LS Tee, AS Colour $30, 721 High Rise Skinny Jean, Levi’s $130, Chuck Taylor All Star 70 High Top Black, Converse $120


A coastal retreat calls for natural fibres and this Zimmermann dress is the perfect look to take you from beach to bar! It’s waisted, v-neck design is comfortable and chic for all body shapes and is easy to throw on over your swimmers.

Melody Mandarin Collar Dress, Zimmermann $550, Wide Brim Vented Crown Hat, Zimmermann $330