They have summer sandals on offer too that are classy enough to wear to a work function or Christmas lunch, most of which are less than $60, they are reminiscent of some much more expensive ones seen in Coogee gift shops near the beach. The clothing style is also casual although you would not be out of place at an office Christmas party.
You really need to go there to see the clothing and everything seems to have individual levels of discount pricing. I can't seem to work out the logic behind the discounting system; so to give you an idea of the types of garments on offer and the sales here is a sneak peak: Little Black Party Dresses that were $85 are now hand marked with biro down to only $58, casual and comfortable colourful patterned dresses have been reduced to $26 down from $69.95, and lacy white and beige party dresses are down to $26 from an original $69. The sizes that they stock range from a ladies size 6 to ladies 18.
With the deadline to Christmas fast approaching you could do worse than to buy some clothing as gifts for family or friends from Passion. The staff members are friendly and allow you to try on as many items as you like. They really don't mind if you linger and browse – it's so nice to encounter a relaxed approach to sales in the frantic city centre. At Passion, they also have jewellery that is a little chunky for sale at the counter (prices vary generally under $20). At first glance, you might be put off by the over the top style, but thinking about it, you could really make it work well if you style the rest of your outfit well. It is not unusual for these cheap pieces to look stunning with the right mix of clothing, shoes and makeup – it's all about making a style that is uniquely yours and that you are comfortable with. So do you have the passion for cheap and cheerful fashion?