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Sancha bag shoulder ,clutch or switch to a chain for a super stylish evening bag.

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Sancha bag shoulder ,clutch or switch to a chain for a super stylish evening bag.

Sancha handbag is an evolution of the Zara purse offering the option to be a day bag a clutch or push it up a notch by switching to a chain strap this bag is a popular choice for all ages and suits every situation. Earlier this year I was very honoured that my Australian made and designed handbags and accessories @oorooaustralia is included, in such esteemed company, in Mia Freedman’s publication "Lady Start-ups".The book takes you behind the scenes of the success of 56 amazing Australian lady start-up businesses.  available online @ladystartups  @miafreedman Great bag and a great read what more can a girl want! Ooroo...

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When women support each other incredible things happen ✨Flashback to the very beginning .Lisa Wilkinson with one of Ooroo Australia's first Lola handbag ❤

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When women support each other incredible things happen ✨Flashback to the very beginning .Lisa Wilkinson with one of Ooroo Australia's first Lola handbag ❤

Beautiful Lisa Wilkinson Rocking the floral and her Ooroo Australia Lola Handbag at the very start of my Ooroo Australia adventure (I'm still not sure how she got up so early and looked so amazing  🤷‍♂️ ) very early morning to remember.  @darwin.waterfront Lola handbag featuring Fish trap by Aboriginal Artist Kieren ( Karritpul) Merrepen Arts. Oversized clutch? Shoulder bag? Australian designed and made you will love this work of art ❤❤❤

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Australian designed and made at the Queens Garden party Buckingham Palace,London.

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Australian designed and made at the Queens Garden party  Buckingham Palace,London.

Buckingham Palace Queens Garden party @felicitygerryLondon update. Felicity is clutching@oorooaustralia_ Ebony handbag featuring Crocodile Red on Red by Aboriginal artist @azzmac@merrepenartsdalyriver@possumballmillinery handcrafted the Queen of hearts headpiece in the striking Australian crocodile textile. Wearing Australian designer @nicolawaitefashion Shoes are Darwin based designer#idealhusbandshoes.  Felicity Gerry QC is an international barrister with chambers in London and Melbourne. She is also a Professor of Legal Practice at Deakin University. This week she updates. Felicity is clutching a @oorooaustralia_ Ebony handbag/clutch bag featuring Crocodile Red on Red by Aboriginal artist @azzmac@merrepenartsdalyriver@possumballmillinery handcrafted the Queen of hearts headpiece in the striking Australian crocodile textile visit the @oorooaustralia web store to view wearing Australian designer @nicolawaitefashion I first met Felicity...

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Handbags and Millinery celebrating Australia.

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Handbags and Millinery celebrating Australia.

oorooaustralia_ The planets aligned early on in the year for @oorooaustralia_ with a wonderful creative meeting that took place around Christmas with Darwin artist /designer Anna Reynolds and Melbourne Milliner Possum Ball, who now happens to be the President of the Milliners association, Congratulations Maree.I've known Darwin designer @artistannareynoldswhilst living in the NT and love her designs and electric energy, we have been discussing projects and now we are making it happen. All three of us love art and fashion so quality, beauty, a point of difference being wearable and telling a wonderfully Australian made story are the values behind the collaboration.I knew I wanted...

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Melbourne Fashion Week

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Melbourne Fashion Week

oorooaustralia_ Flashback to the wonderful First Born @jiramodels runway show @melbournefashionweek@ngali_australia @Kirrikin@designwithincountry@oorooaustralia_ @lillianwheathley music by @kyahmusic 💫@jalaruphotography 💫#indigenousfashion #fashion#handbags#australianmade#slowfashion#stylist#melbourne#art#streetstyle#fashionblogger#style@australianmadecampaign@aboriginal_bush_traders@ausoutbacknt @tourismtopend

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