"Even with all this out on the table, I know in my heart of hearts there is nothing
better than arriving to an event in a gorgeous dress that makes you feel special...
and all the boys girls stare."
Her Wardrobe began as the obvious solution to every girl's problem: a closet full of clothes and nothing to wear.
"As the business evolved I realised Her Wardrobe is in fact for intelligent women,
who know it is no longer necessary to spend hundreds of dollars on an outfit.
Women who value experiences over their wardrobes and delight in the opportunity
to wear a new designer dress at every event
(whilst still being able to afford to pay their rent)!"
I have been passionately envisioning, fervently planning and tirelessly developing Her Wardrobe for 2 years now. Years which
were full of excitement, passion and more hurdles than I could have ever imagined. Even when things got tough, my passion for
creating a service that would help you look fabulous at all of life's special occasions never wavered.
"You can have everything you want in life if you dress for it."
Her Wardrobe isn't just about renting dresses. It is about promoting incredible designers from across the world, and giving
women the opportunity to wear anything from a beautiful Aurelio Costarella gown to a Nicola Finetti cocktail dress
without the designer price tag.
"Her Wardrobe is your opportunity to stand out!
To try that colour you've never worn before, or that bright pattern
you know you could only ever wear once."
I have high hopes of becoming the number one online rental store in Australia, whilst continually inspiring women to be the best dressed in the room. I look forward to creating long-lasting relationships with wonderful labels and customers.
And when I'm not playing dress-ups with women around Australia,
there's a good chance you'll find me:
At the newest cafe in Melbourne, because there is nothing like planning your weekend around a highly-acclaimed breakfast,
spending time with my family, hanging out with my boyfriend and our dog Hank, reading magazines and buying pineapple