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Tuesday 23 November 2010

Nat-Sui shoes: first Sydney store! Opening tomorrow.

Nat-Sui - the long time fave label amongst shoe connoisseurs - is moving to Sydney.

And in the stylish shopping precinct of Queen Street, Woollahra no less, nestled between the likes of Collette Dinnigan, Lisa Ho, Tim O’Connor and Orson and Blake.

The Nat-Sui story began in Noosa Heads, QLD over a decade ago. The brand soon gained a reputation for quality and style - and the ability to offer affordable luxury made with the highest quality materials. At its helm is shoe guru, entrepreneur Natalie Mainwaring.

Today the label has a flagship store in popular James Street Brisbane, an online store, and is stocked in over 100 boutiques across the country. With the Brisbane flagship a huge success - locals love it, as well as both national and international visitors - Nat-Sui decided it was time to take the brand to Sydneysiders.

Nat-Sui draws inspiration worldwide, and creates collections that offer something more than the norm – taking their lead from international runways, street style and even Natalie’s three daughters, aged between 9-25. All these elements have a hand in the design process and the lush finished product.

What to say about these styles featured here?

One, I could certainly picture exactly what I'd wear with each shoe. That little leopard number is so va-va-voom, and has the perfect sized heel. While those beige sandals... well, I'd never take them off. The of-the-moment fringing and on-trend colour would positively give all my nude-hued outfits that extra edge (I may send this link to hubby and remind him I am a size 8!).

The Nat-Sui label sources the highest quality materials from around the globe – think hand-treated water snake, fish skin, metallic and patent leather in myriad colours, shiny croc skin, soft suede and sparkling Swarovski crystals, jewels and coloured stones.

So, for Sydney shoe freaks, here are the deets you need to know:

Wednesday 24 November

90 Queen Street, Woollahra
Call: 02 9362 9423


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