AW18 Collection - Australian Merino clothing made with love, to be loved. March 08, 2018 10:06
The change in season is ever-so-slightly upon us and we are so excited to present to you our AW18 Collection.
For this collection we were (of course!) inspired by our soft Merino wool fabrics - fabrics which will keep you comfortable and warm as the seasons change; fabrics which are perfect for whatever activity you are headed for; fabrics which take you back to nature. The new designs in this collection reflect the soft, classic lines for which we are famous and are styles which we feel are timeless so that you can add them to your wardrobe and know that they will be your favourite pieces for many years to come.
Enjoy a peek at some of the loveliness.
The Woolerina team. xx
View more gorgeous pieces for your family in our Lookbook.
2016 Autumn | Winter Collection in store now! March 23, 2016 14:40
After a long, hot Summer at Woolerina HQ the arrival of some cooler weather makes us very excited to show-off our 2016 Autumn | Winter collection, our eleventh to date. Featuring some beautiful new colours, exciting new fabric weights and knit constructions and of course, new styles/designs across the complete range.
The soft Australian Merino wool in this collections continues to come from Glenwood Merinos at Wellington in NSW and is raised on nothing but fresh air, grass and water. The sheep and Glenwood farm are managed using sustainable and ethical farming practices.
We are so proud to continue to bring you Australian made, ethically produced clothing, for your family from ours.
Style and Shenanigans April 01, 2015 16:38
Are you a bit like us, and feel a bit bogged down by bloggers? There are so many out there, it’s hard to choose which ones to follow. Who is being authentic? Who has a taste similar to mine? Who cuts through the crap to give me their honest opinion? Well we think we may have found our blogging Godess!
Vanessa of Style and Shenanigans is one of a handful of down to earth, independent and natural bloggers that you are instantly drawn to. The name says it all, the style is quite easy to spot, while the ‘shenanigans’ might be more to do with her family and easily relatable lifestyle.
Our favourite blog posts include ‘Luxe to Less’ snippets – of how to manage a budget and stay in the trend loop. She shares practical tips on how to put together your everyday wardrobe and her style is the perfect match for Woolerina. We were chuffed when she featured our Woolerina dress in one of her recent Autumn posts. Read all about it here
She has styled our LBD in 3 ways, and we love them all (actually particularly the 3rd, which is put together effortlessly with a long line cardi and cons) Which one is your favourite?