GREEN COAT LOVE AND SHOPPING THE HIGH ST SUSTAINABLY
About 8 years ago I was working at Pagani and someone walked in wearing this coat. I asked where she'd bought it and immediately took my break and went and bought one it was my colour, my style and I knew it would be a valuable addition to my wardrobe for years to come.
8 years on and a few dry cleans and buttons sewn back on and I still wear it and enjoy it.
2 tips here:
1) Treat your high st clothing as you would your more expensive items and they will last. If I love an item, I love an item and want to have it in my wardrobe for the long haul and I definitely don't see any of my clothes as something to be worn for one season and then thrown out.
2) Welly winters require a selection of coats to keep your wardrobe looking fresh and interesting.
Make the most of op shops or midwinter sales to add some colour and variety to your outerwear and lift your mood during the gloomy months.
Choose colours and styles that suit you and your personality, treat them well and you'll have them for years. (If you need help with this give me a call)!
Variety is the spice of life!
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Labour is planning to build regional state service hubs in areas like Lower Hutt and Kāpiti .
State Services Minister Chris Hipkins says hubs outside main centres such as Wellington and Auckland cities would take pressure off existing offices.
Wellington’s public sector employs about 27,000, while there are about 37,000 in the private sector. A Cabinet paper tabled last year revealed the State Services Commission wanted to “reduce the footprint” of government workers in the Wellington and Auckland regions, and move agencies elsewhere when possible.
What do you think of moving state servants out of Wellington City?
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