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With Mother’s Day nearly here, how will you show your love and gratitude to that wonderful maternal figure in your life?

Because there’s no one size fits all answer here, we look to some iconic mothers for sartorial inspiration. 

If you’re a mum, steal their style (it is your day, after all). If you’re searching for something that suits your mum to a T, it’s right here. 

We wish all our mothers a very special Mother’s Day.

 

Active wear is her jam whether she is enroute to yoga, Pilates, spin or coffee. Sometimes she even wears lycra to lunch. This Mother’s Day, take her look next level.

  

 

Even with small people nipping at her ankles and vegemite hands on her Marni, this mum stops traffic with her flawless style at the kiss-and-drop. The walk to the classroom is her catwalk. Give mum’s daily uniform a little top-up (she’ll be the envy of Tuck shop).

  

 

Her aesthetic is timelessly elegant and her wardrobe is stashed with hard-working fashion staples. Forget power suits, strict lines and spindly heels; her workwear uniform has relaxed a little. Give mum the gift of comfort and polish - she deserves it.

  

 

Pure unadulterated style – this mum has it in spades. She knows her Marant from her Marni at 50 paces. Her hair is like a long, well-ironed sheet, and when she is not in ‘posh’ heels, she glides along in Philippe Model

sneakers. She will be eyeing off more than a bunch of flowers come May 8, so stock up her wardrobe with florals instead.

  

 

Always up to speed with the latest hottest destination, you will find this mum either booking a flight, packing a bag, or shopping for walking shoes.  No matter what her destination, an overcoat is essential – a reversible one is non-negotiable.

 

Struggling with gift idea's for mum this Mother's Day? Head in store to Claremont or Dunsborough and let our talented stylists choose for you. Alternatively, shop online and receive the perfect present in time for Mother's Day with express shipping.

  


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