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New Season Lands at The Strand

on 20 June 2016
With the cooler months now upon us it’s the perfect excuse to finally ditch the singlet and shorts and rug up with the latest new season fashion. Here are the top trends to transform your wardrobe for winter – ready to shop now at The Strand.

The Layered Look
Keeping warm and looking cool are going hand in hand this winter – and layering is the key. Team a pair of full length tights with tight sleeves and throw on a new season vest from Lorna Jane to complete the look.   

Find your feet

Keep your tootsies warm with Odd Pears socks from Stock and Supply which not only boast a massive range of colours and designs, but come in a pack with three socks instead of two – so you’ll never have trouble finding the other sock again!

And while you’re stocking up on socks, shop the latest winter footwear at Shoe Rack, Moelleux and Sole Integrity. You can never have too many boots, so keep it classic with black, tan or brown. Or, a pair of each!   

Mix up the Monochrome 
Monochrome is a winter trend that never goes out of fashion – but it doesn’t have to be boring. Coolangatta enjoys mild yet bright winters so your clothes should reflect it. For comfortable and stylish designs, Ritzi is the place for you this winter. 

Keep your winter wardrobe upbeat with a patterned scarf, an animal print handbag or a touch of bling. Ritzi have an extensive range of accessories that will make your outfit go from drab to fab. 

Casual Comfort 
While chunky knits are definitely making a comeback for the ladies this winter, for the guys it’s all about casual comfort.

The good old flannelette is a must-have staple in winter and reflects the relaxed local style. Stay stylish and source your flanno from the guys at Stock and Supply, who also have a range of new season jackets. 

For the ultimate comfort trend, switch out the boardies and pick up a pair of trackshorts – yes, trackshorts – from Boardriders.
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