With its clean lines, minimalist décor and unique collection of designer labels, Moelleux (pronounced mweh leu), offers an edgier look than the typical surfy style of the Southern Gold Coast. This stylish boutique offers an eclectic range of hard-to-find labels for both men and women, including Camilla and Marc, Bec and Bridge, Nobody Denim, and Stolen Girlfriends Club. With limited numbers of high quality pieces available, Moelleux is perfect for those seeking a unique and distinctive look. With a focus on Australian and New Zealand labels, the collection features clean lines and minimalism, with mostly black and white pieces, for a look that is always on trend. How do you pronounce Moelleux?
Mweh-leu What does Moelleux mean?
It’s a French word meaning mellow, comfortable, smooth or suave. This fits with the store’s focus on beautiful fabrics and high quality products. What’s your style? Stolen Girlfriends Club
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