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Wynnum Village Fashion

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by Kevin Liepins (subscribe)
A lover of Brisbane, particularly the Moreton Bay region at Wynnum Manly and the beautiful Scenic Rim and have live in the Queensland Outback. A freelance writer always looking for the new and quirky places and event in my own backyard.
Published February 26th 2018
Boutique Fashion by the Bay
Fashion is on offer for all throughout Wynnum Village with styles to choose from including beach boho, classic chic, rustic autumn wear or casual summer.

Sobidah
Sobidah Clothing - Image from website


Top designer labels are available with plenty of accessories from jewellery, bags, hats and shoes. Choose your styles at Sobidah Clothing in Bay Terrace or Got a Go Boutique and Juicy Secrets in Edith Street.


Got a Go
Got a Go boutique - Image from website

Men are well catered for at DBS Menswear with their extensive range of contemporary fashion from casual and beachwear to suits and Formal Hire. Many a time I have been dressed virtually head to toe with the expert eye and advice of Peter and his team.

Menswear
DBS Menswear


Retro and pre-loved shopping is at its best with many unique items and fashions to be found in Vinnies, Australian Red Cross, Salvation Army and Lifeline stores around Bay Terrace and Edith Street.

To cap off the outfit why not pop to the hairdressers which are plentiful around Wynnum Village? Men and women can get the latest trends and enjoy the personalised service at [LINK=https://www.weekendnotes.com/cut-n-edge-barber-shop-wynnum/]Cut 'n Edge Barber Shop with its complimentary beer/soft drink, Foxtel TV and hot towel service.

Cut N Edge
Cut N Edge


Local shopping means personal service from the Wynnum business owners who appreciate the meaning of customer service serving some families over three generations. Parking is accessible without the need to tramp miles around a glistening shopping centre.

Cafes and eateries abound for those looking for a break to reflect on their purchases with a variety from the cosy Green Bean Cafe, Little Gnome Bookshop and Coffee House to the familiar style of the Coffee Club.

Click on the above links for more information on each outlet.
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Why? Fashion in Wynnum Village
When: All year
Where: Edith Street, Wynnum Central
Cost: Free entry
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