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SEE YOU SOON xx

SEE YOU SOON xx

Thank you to all of our lovely customers for your support and kind words. Over the next few days our shop will only be open to pack and dispatch online orders. Please continue to check in with us via our website and social media. We will be bringing you some new specials soon. Stay safe xx  

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ANNOUNCEMENT FROM GIGLIOLA

ANNOUNCEMENT FROM GIGLIOLA

The COVID-19 situation has impacted many small businesses. In these uncertain times we won't be investing in any more stock other than our pre-ordered deliveries.  We anticipate that our store hours will be impacted shortly so please stay tuned to our Facebook and Instagram pages for updates. We are clearing all existing stock at 30% OFF*. This discount will be redeemed automatically at check out. This includes clothing, accessories and giftware. We are also offering free shipping (Australia Wide) for any purchase over $50. Please take this opportunity to use up your unused gift vouchers or credit notes. Contact us if you would like to...

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Frocktober Wrap Up

Frocktober Wrap Up

It’s almost time to bid a fond farewell to #Frocktober for another year.  This fashion focussed fundraiser is all about shining a light on Ovarian Cancer. There is no early detection test for ovarian cancer so women aren’t being diagnosed until they are in the late stages of the disease.  The OCRF raises funds to find an early detection test and help us ladies live long and fulfilling lives.   Gigliola and Bron from @realmumstyle  teamed up for Frocktober with a goal to raise $500 for Ovarian Cancer Research Fund and thanks to you lovely ladies we have managed to exceed...

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Why I Frock

Why I Frock

I’ve always loved dressing up and my wardrobe is 75% dresses and 25% basics so Frocktober suits my style perfectly. My dress collection isn’t the reason I signed up for Frocktober. It’s because I lost someone I love to this terrible disease. What started as bloating and fullness was eventually discovered to be ovarian cancer. This cancer spread quickly and without any regard for the organs it attached itself to. The loss of my aunt (my second mum) hurt and still hurts.  Could an early detection test have saved her? Perhaps.  Could an early detection test save others like her?...

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