Sassi's new in-store concept has modern designer clothing

There’s no need to feel dreary this winter with colourful and cosy clothing options available at Sassi J. The Apache Jumper ($75) by Brave & True, the Mocha Colorado Top ($79) – available in a selection of current trend colours – and the Maddison Slouch Top ($79), plus many other free flowing designs and colours are available in store.
There’s no need to feel dreary this winter with colourful and cosy clothing options available at Sassi J. The Apache Jumper ($75) by Brave & True, the Mocha Colorado Top ($79) – available in a selection of current trend colours – and the Maddison Slouch Top ($79), plus many other free flowing designs and colours are available in store.

JUST because the temperature has dropped doesn't mean you have to let your fashion game drop too.

There are simply too many comfortable and warm winter fashion trends to not be stylish this season.

Here in the sub-tropics, winter is all about light-weight layering.

With just a few key base pieces it's easy to layer and then add your own personality.

Inspired to follow runway looks and trends? Then draw on tasteful animal and leopard prints, patterns of the floral kind, new season accent colours of ruby red, purple, cobalt blue and white. And, of course, black is still in vogue.

Sassi J general manager Jenelle Knight said their collections reflected a timeless and comfortable style.

"We're all about bringing great design, comfort and quality at an affordable range of prices. Get the modern designer look without the designer price tags," Ms Knight said.

Sassi J recently opened in Gladstone.

It's an in-store concept situated in Sassi Furniture on Hanson Rd.

With their unique range of lifestyle clothing from labels such as WLN, Holiday, Brave & True, women of all shapes and sizes can feel beautiful.

Plus with an extensive range of jewellery, accessories and shoes to complement the collections you can have some fun and "choose your own style" this winter.



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