Bassike, Alice McCall, and Bec + Bridge don’t just hang out in city streets, ya know!?
Get your shop on at the best Sunshine Coast fashion boutiques, and you’ll be divvying up your wardrobe space among international brands, Australian favourites, and local up-and-comers who you really oughta know. Happy spending!
Left the outfit shopping for your friend’s beach wedding to the last minute? Scoot into Alterior Motif at Cotton Tree or Noosa Heads and you’ll struggle to come out empty-handed. Dress, sunnies, shoes—tick! Oh and those cute Sass and Bide jeans? Might as well grab a pair for the recovery barbecue.
Where: Shop 9 Rovera Plaza, Cotton Tree Parade, Cotton Tree or Shop 1/12 Hastings Street, Noosa Heads
Hunted Concept is dangerous. Dangerous for anybody with a credit card which they stuff in a hidden compartment of their wallet to reduce temptation, telling themselves it can only (read: ONLY) be used in emergencies. When you put Francis Hendrie, Nobody Denim, and Assembly Label in front of a fashion maven, what’s a girl to do except buy, buy, and buy some more?
Where: 23 Ocean Street, Maroochydore
Bow & Arrow
With an epic posi on Hastings Street, Bow & Arrow is the place where you can rub shoulders with the likes of Alice McCall, Karen Walker, and Faithfull The Brand on the Sunshine Coast. Shop in a boutique setting and then flaunt your picks over lunch at Noosa favourite, Sails.
Where: Shop 3, 25 Hastings Street, Noosa Heads
If you don’t have cash to burn, do not go to Peregian Beach. And do not pass The Romantic. Meticulously curated and showcasing the best of the best in fashion (hello Bassike!), beauty and homewares, this is the spot to stock up on life’s beautiful things, such as stationery from Rifle Paper Co. Sigh!
Where: 4/12 Grebe Street, Peregian Beach
Bohemian. Sundays. Two words that are music to our folky ears. Sitting pretty in Peregian Beach, Bohemian Sundays is the ultimate Sunshine Coast fashion boutique for wandering souls and gypsy hearts. And if that’s not you? Well, you know what they say—if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em! Free People, Arnhem and Auguste, all make turning a little boho not so loco.
Where: Shop 12, 224 David Low Way, Peregian Beach
George and Betty
Chances are you won’t end up here accidently, so we feel it’s our duty to let you in on the little secret that is George and Betty. In a pretty epic waterfront location in sleepy Tewantin, this men’s and women’s boutique stocks swimwear, easy-to-wear basics and those gimme-right-now statement pieces.
Where: Noosa Marina, Shop 4, 2 Parkyn Court, Tewantin
Helpin’ out the dudes as well as the dudettes, Number Nineteen gathers the freshest apparel and accessories, and presents them to fashion-conscious peeps in one super central location. One to keep in mind for your Sunny Coast holiday picks that will easily slip from beach to city life.
Where: Shop 19, 13 Mooloolaba Esplanade, Mooloolaba
You know that super happy friend you’ve got who makes your day better just by popping in? Luxe Tropic is that friend, bundled into a shop. And instead of them dropping into your place, their doors are always wide open. Bright and and cheerful, it’s like the most perfect colour bomb went off in here, and we can’t help but want to hang.
Where: 214 David Low Way, Peregian Beach
Another Hastings Street fave, Bowery 475’s offerings are luxe but totally lust-worthy (Not that we’re endorsing you spending what you don’t have.) On the racks and displayed in-store you’ll find the likes of Ellery, Nobody Denim, Frank & Eileen, Kowtow, and Celine. See? Lust-worthy!
Where: 4/62 Hastings Street, Noosa Heads
Maisie And The Seven Seas
Summer ranges are starting to drop in store, so if you’re looking to upgrade from that icky bikini from two years ago, it’s time to get your shuffle on. As well as obviously looking after the seven seas, Maisie plays host to some of our fave Aussie brands like Paddo To Palmy, Auguste The Label, and Jaase Designs.
Where: Shop 7, 14-16 Hastings St Noosa Heads
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Image Credits: Mister Zimi and Garance Dore