Grand Central Marketing Manager Marieke Bridgeman said this season’s coats will have people welcoming the cold winter days in Toowoomba. “As tempting as it might be to stay in on weekends and curl up in your favourite pyjamas, the beautiful coats in stores at the moment will have you out & about enjoying the winter weather, and looking stylish while doing it. From classic heritage prints and cuts, long lines that graze the ankle in mossy greens, and pea coats in brightly coloured hues – this season’s timeless offering will be a welcome addition to your wardrobe,” she said.
Ms Bridgeman said the classic trench is an essential part of any woman’s wardrobe. “Despite its very practical and utilitarian traditions, the trench has long been considered an essential item. This is where function and fashion collide, and is perhaps the most versatile piece you will own this winter. It looks great paired with a simple turtle or roll neck knit, a slim line pant or jean and a knee- high boot.”
For those women who are all about classic sophisticated style, this season’s long line shoulder duster style coat will give you that touch of old Hollywood glamour. Guaranteed to elevate any look, it is in the simplicity of its long, clean lines that you will find its charm.
Ms Bridgeman said the centre does regular fashion shoots featuring the latest trends and fashion in the centre, which are then featured on the two metre high digital runway screens. “The digital runway is located in the fashion hub of our centre, the Retail Galleria. The latest shoot features retailers including Myer, Witchery, Country Road, Rodd & Gunn, Dissh, MIMCO, Midas, Eyecare Plus, Veronika Maine, Just Jeans, Seed, Bardot, Portmans, Forever New, Wittner, Florence & Marabel, Connor, Trenery, Florence & Marabel, SHEIKE, and Blue Illusion. Price Attack styled the models’ hair for the runway.”
Readers also enjoyed this story on fashion boutique Gretel Lane.