The Accessory Junkie is coming to Brisbane

posted by Karlicca Culalic January 30, 2018 0 comments

Are you an accessory aficionado? If the answer is yes then turn your jewel adorned ears here and listen closely. Imagine you had a personal accessory curator who travelled the world in search of one-of-a-kindhand-made, global keepsakes. Clutches from Columbia, necklaces from New York, rings from Brazil, earrings from the city of love and light, you name it. Well, in a glorious stroke of new year luck, she exists. Her next stop? Brisbane!

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Beautiful Jewellery by Kim

posted by Teagan West January 15, 2015 0 comments


Just down the road (okay an hour down the highway) Kim Hurst spends her days designing jewellery, drinking coffee and mastering the art of Instagram from her spacious backyard studio in Burleigh that has, over the years, morphed from garden shed to party room, junk room and the pre move-out-of-home destination for her daughters. And now, it is the Jewellery by Kim (JbK) studio.

Kim has always been the creative type with a side project. In another life she would comb the Gold Coast for old timber frames and do them up, rub them back and bees wax them before printing and framing her own black and white images. Although it was a labour intensive project, it was one that become quite successful when a couple of shops in Byron Bay stocked the creative pieces.


These days, she’s changed her stride and focuses on jewellery designing and her label of love, JbK. She has spent the last 6 months tapping away at new collection pieces in the lead up to the launch of her first website, built to reach her devoted followers outside of the fortnightly market stall at The Village Markets. Finally, the official website is up and running, and I can almost guarantee that people from the Gold Coast and beyond will fall in love with her unique, bohemian-esque style and second-to-none jewellery construction.

So we just had to feature her up the road here on Brisbane Threads – it’s our job to let you know what you’re missing out on! I had a chat with the jewellery-designing-maestro about JbK and the craft Kim pours her heart, soul and time into.


When and why did JbK come about?

“It started in about 2008 after my daughters grew up and moved away and I had nothing to do. I’ve always been creative… so when someone asked me to make them a pair of earrings because I’d done a little bit of jewellery design before I got married but that was very minimal. Anyway I made the earrings and she loved them and then I made another pair and another pair until I had earrings and necklaces everywhere and didn’t know what to do with them. All of a sudden it just exploded. We’ve gone from the kitchen table to the studio out the back and now to a website launching, so it’s great.”

What is your inspiration?

“I love colour and I love things that are different and I think there must be some subconscious level in my head that must be some American-Indian tribal native because I do tend to steer towards the tribal look. “I love big, in-your-face pieces. Statement is where I want to go. There was a phrase that I learnt quite a few years ago now that says ‘if you can’t see it from one hundred yards away, its not a necklace.’ I love that, and not everybody will wear it so there is a niche market but a lot of people just love my stuff.”

Unique pieces Vs. Mass production

“Wholesaling is not my main goal. I don’t aspire to be in department stores or anything like that. Of course that would be nice, but that’s not something that’s important to me. I don’t want to mass-produce, I want to have individual pieces. Another catch phrase is ‘something for the everyday woman that doesn’t want to be everyday’ – that’s what I want to do… I don’t like to hand the pliers over so I’ll continue to make every piece.”

What’s next?

“The plan is hopefully to, certainly I want to go down the design road. I’ve just started a few more pieces, so the design road and having lots of collections put out there and having an amazing website and being a successful jewellery designer. That’s my plan.”JBK-BrisbaneThreads-6

Be sure to check out Jewellery by Kim online, @jewellerybykim on Instagram or pop in to meet the lady herself at the thriving market that is The Village Markets.

Here’s some of our favourite pieces!

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Christmas Gift Guide : For The Gals in Your Life

posted by Teagan West November 24, 2014 2 Comments

We’re four weeks out from Christmas (gasp) so we’re here to lend you a helping hand when it comes to ticking things off your ‘presents to buy’ list.

I’ve got endless inspiration for gift-giving to the ladies in your life – the sporty chic, homely gal, fashion dolly, boho babe, trendsetting sista, bling-loving diva, stylish fashionista, girly girl, brand-name dame, active woman and social butterfly. I’ve got them all covered!

Lads especially, take note.


I’m loving the entire High Summer 2014 Collection of sandals, flats and heels by Sol Sana that I couldn’t stop at including just one in my gift guide. They’re the perfect addition to every summer wardrobe when paired with a cute new hat, statement jewels and gypsy luxe threads (Spell Designs can do no wrong in this department).

Makeup, bags, perfume, skincare and accessories are all 20-something’s dream come true, and a fancy new camera to ignite creativity is the perfect gift for someone extra special.

For those who are a little harder to buy for, a beautiful candle and a selection of quality tea make a fabulous present – they’re both something we love, but wouldn’t usually splash the cash on, instead opting for a very cheap alternative.

An inspiring bio, healthy living cookbook and a dash of activewear to get her moving and motivated post festive season round off my go-to christmas gift guide.

Sister, check. Cousin, Check. Girlfriend, Check. New love interest, Check. Friend, Check. Sister-in-law, Check. Secret Santa Gift, Check. Best friend, Check. Daughter, Check. They’re all sorted come December 25.

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Pictured: Sol Sana “Betty” Sandal, Daring and Disruptive by Lisa Messenger, Samantha Wills Bohemian Bardot Ring – Magenta, Spell Designs Desert Rose Boho Dress – Raven, Urban Decay Naked 3 Eyeshadow Palette, Go-To Skincare by Zoe Foster Blake, Lokoa ‘Breakaway’ Bag – Rustic, Striped tee by Bohemian Traders, Sticks & Stones Fedora by Lack of Color, Sol Sana “Miller Sandal” in Papaya, Mimco Celestial Lovely Pouch , Sistaco Love Letters Necklace , Chanel No. 5, Palm Beach Delux Candle – Coconut & Lime, Napoleon Perdis Megamix Lip Gloss Collection, Twenty Moments Assorted Loose Leaf Tea Bags from the Flutterby Range at T2, Canon EOS700D with single lens, Spell Designs Wild Ones Shorts – Dust, Nourish Cookbook by Lorna Jane Clarkson, Seafolly Sleek Visor in Black, Michael Kors Slim Runway Black Stainless Steel Watch, Nike Free 5.0 TR FIT 4 Print – Hyper Punch/Deep Burgundy/White via Stylerunner  


Add Some Sparkle with Closet Chronicles

posted by Teagan West November 9, 2014 0 comments

For years, women in the workforce have been led to believe that corporate attire should be predictable and lackluster, the simple pencil skirt and blouse combo with little colour and sparkle.

But alas, there’s someone here to shake it up!

Closet Chronicles is a new online contemporary jewellery boutique striving to answer the pertinent question – how do you master business chic? Focused on adding a flamboyant twist to the corporate woman’s wardrobe, Roxanne Harding and sidekick Ashley Hanger are making a rumble in the local jewellery scene.


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Eliminating the generic aspect of fashion jewellery giants, Closet Chronicles prides itself on exclusivity and limited production of each piece, meaning you’re bound to find something unique that you won’t see everyone else wearing.

Debut collections ‘Black Magic’ and ‘Pretty in Pink’ have come and gone after being welcomed with hearty praise from fashionistas who were quick to support the local label. Don’t despair though if you missed out, because two new collections have made their way onto Closet Chronicles online store – ‘Mediterranean Mystique’ and ‘Heavy Metal’ – and if I say so myself, they’re looking very good!


Mediterranean Mystique is crafted primarily on turquoise, smoky quartz and brushed silver and perfectly pairs with wardrobe staples to give a fashion-forward, but still business-savvy look. Outside of the office, the Mediterranean collection is perfect for summer days and garden parties when paired with a cute skirt or your classic denim.

Meanwhile on the other side of the spectrum, the brand-spankingly-new Heavy Metal collection is a range of gold, silver and bronze pieces that will add a whole lot of funk to spice up your outfit. But be quick – some pieces of this heavy-duty hardware range are set to sell out soon, so better snatch them up now or be sad and sorry for yourself later (I’m desperately eyeing off the Tabitha Coin Necklaces in gold and silver).

Roxanne sources supplies and materials from all over the world to create striking pieces inspired by her wanderings abroad to encourage women to establish their personal style, especially in the workplace.

Keep your eyes on the Closet Chronicles Facebook page because the stylish devils will be bringing a new collection to the online store monthly.

Website: www.closetchronicles.com


Paspaley Pearls Have Arrived In Brisbane

posted by Teagan West October 25, 2014 0 comments


On Thursday night, Paspaley celebrated the opening of its first Queensland store and showcased the new ‘Touchstone’ collection at a beautiful launch night at Stokehouse.

The riverside restaurant was transformed into a New York-style loft space by event guru David Grant for the occasion, where over a million dollars worth of magnificent Australian south Sea pearl jewellery was on nestled among mirrored installations of Paspaley’s most recent campaign. A swanky cocktail party ensued as the brand staked its claim as the city’s newest luxury retailer.


Paspaley’s Executive Director Chris Paspaley and Creative Director Christine Salter

Paspaley is an iconic Australian pearling dynasty with third generation Paspaley’s now at the helm, maintaining the brands classic characteristics with a modern touch.

Paspaley’s Executive Director Chris Paspaley and Creative Director Christine Salter said the beautiful pearls will always be the hero of each piece, however Paspaley will always develop new ways to wear pearl. In celebrating the new store they said Paspaley’s routes will always be in timeless jewellery that can withstand changing trends because of its classic elements and versatility. And that’s exactly what the new collection represents – classic styles but with a modern touch.


Touchstone is inspired by tropical places, organic lines and a desire to be wearable day and night, with the modern woman in mind. She can determine the final look wholeheartedly as each piece holds the ability to be subtly altered in length.

The collection juxtaposes the beautiful and dangerous essence of nature through soft pearls alongside inverted gemstones, reminding us of the wild tropical environment where Paspaley pearls are born. Classic beauty, tactile quality and effortless elegance, the collection is perfect for special occasions or a timeless everyday style.

We all love investment pieces right!?


The new store is located in Queens Plaza on Edward Street and is the 6th store in Australia and 9th in Paspaley’s global network. Us Brisbane babes get a little bit more, with the store displaying the brand’s new high-end retail design concept, complete with lots of light and round shapes to stir an emotional connection to the brand, and the pearls.

Queens Plaza, Shop GL09A, Queen Street

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And for your viewing pleasure, here are some more beautiful pictures from the Paspaley launch event at Stokehouse


Entrepreneur Speak: Jessica T Jewellery

posted by Danielle Lewis July 20, 2014 1 Comment

There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure.

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I first heard of Jessica T Jewellery when Jessica Russ (founder of said jewellery label) was announced as the July speaker for the League of Extraordinary Women monthly networking breakfast. The league always have fantastic speakers, and when I heard Jessica had also just cracked $1 Million in turnover, I was ready to listen up and take note.

Founded in 2011, Jessica T is  the culmination of a decade-long love of all things fashion for Brisbane-based designer and Creative Design Director, Jessica Russ.

Jessica was a part of the first intake of QUT Fashion Design students, the same year that saw Gail Sorronda and George Wu also carve out a niche for themselves in the international fashion scene. Not one to waste time, Jessica had completed an international internship (in Hong Kong) before the degree was even finished.

Jessica spent the first few years of her career after university immersing herself in the world of fashion, perfecting her skills all the way from design, product development, international relations, buying and business management.

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Ready to take on her own challenge, jewellery label Jessica T was born. Jessica recalls the hard work, late nights and the importance of managing your cash flow as some of the challenges she faced in the first 12 months of business. But it all paid off, and within the first 12 months, Jessica had over 100 national and international stockists.

Fast forward to 2014, Jessica and her team have increased that number of stockists, have secured contracts for product development with some of the biggest fashion brands in Australia , turn over $1 Million in revenue and are planning to open up a China office before the end of the year.

What I loved most about speaking with Jessica is that she takes it all in her stride, never too busy to take time out for a chat with other aspiring entrepreneurs and ever grateful for her small team who help make it all possible.

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The latest Jessica T collection is true to their ‘quirky, chic, unique’ mantra. Featuring perfect festival ready accessories – our favourites include the fabulous fedoras, turquoise accents and tribal necklaces.

Check Jessica T out online here and on Facebook here.

For more inspiring entrepreneurial stories attend the next The League of Extraordinary Women breakfast with us!

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Brisbane’s most notable accessory designers

posted by Danielle Lewis May 17, 2014 2 Comments

There is no doubt Brisbane’s not short of creative talent. And we always talk frocks, so today we’re talking accessories! Bags, shoes, jewellery and all locally designed, manufactured or based in Brisbane! I love how diverse this list is… there’s something for every taste, next time you’re in the market for a little bling.. think local!

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1. Nat-Sui Shoes – Fortitude Valley – Google Map

Another Brisbane institution, still designing fashion forward shoes made for our warm weather and vibrant personality.

2. Ruby + Olive – online.

Amazing resin jewellery, the colours always make me smile!

3. Chrissa Alexion – Boundary Street Markets + Online

A newly discovered gem. Fantastic use of stones and leather to create gorgeous one of a kind pieces.

4. Lacorvin – online.

My go-to for great quality leather goods! My only problem is stopping at one!

5. Ruby + Prankstar – leather and jewellery  – Fortitude Valley – Google Map

One-of-a-kind. These guys blow my mind, they use the materials, raw leather, horse hair, and brass to create fantastic statement pieces.

6. Knots + Knits – Bags – online.

I was so lucky to receive a Knots + Knits bag for my birthday last year, and I take it everywhere. Everyone always compliments me on how unique it is! Randomly, it has been a great ice-breaker for networking events!!


7. Angle Diamond Dot – online.

I remember the gorgeous Courtney’s first market showing of her unique jewellery brand. Described as an explosion of semi-precious stones, her designs are not for the faint-hearted.

8. Stone + Metal – Fortitude Valley – Google Map

We love these guys so much there is a whole write-up here.

9. Chelsea De Luca – Fortitude Valley – Google Map

Make a statement.

10. Cherry on Top Hats + Accessories – online.

Racing season? Let them be your first stop.

11. Sistaco – online/markets.

On trend jewellery, perfect to highlight your inner fashionista!


12. Lavender Latte – online and in My Cube in the Myer Centre, Garden City and Sunnybank.

If cute is your thang, look no further. Gorgeous hair barrettes, bows and embellished sunnies!

13. Paula Hall Designs – online.

Sensational jewels! Do not attend another party without them!

14. Belle Folie – Ascot – Google Map

Bespoke headpieces for racewear and weddings.

15. Lambert Designs – online

Stunning. High fashion. Recently featured on the likes of Grazia Italia… amazing! Stay tuned for the launch of their online store very very soon!


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Did I miss any? Share your favourites in the comments below!



posted by Teagan West May 12, 2014 0 comments

This week we caught up with men’s accessories label Skicko – a label that specialises in accessories for men that are good quality, hand finished and designed for the fashion-conscious males among us. Oh, and did I mention their jewellery price points are under $35!

The Gold Coast based label has also recently launched an apparel range of shirts, singlets, track pants and beanies that compliment the simplistic shapes of the jewellery they are known for. The clothes are so on-trend that I want to click ‘add to cart’ under the guise of purchasing for myself my man.


Here’s more about the funky label that is all over men’s fashion and accessories…


Brisbane Threads: When and why did Skicko begin?

Skicko: Our designer and founder Paddy Skicko basically started the Skicko brand when he was a kid. He used to design clothing for school projects in graphics and art and from there he developed an interest in designing jewellery. It was around 2008 when the brand really started to take of and Paddy started to refine the quality and strength of his custom designs. With the current market, price has really outweighed the quality of the jewellery and that drives Paddy to keep making good jewellery. We believe customers deserve better and with our pricing being under $35 per piece, we feel like we’re producing a good, strong and unique product.


BT: What is the Skicko ethos?

Skicko: Forged from a fusion between Australia’s laid-back lifestyle and an appreciation for the modern man’s aesthetic, Skicko embraces the idea that style is uniquely expressive and is unable to be cut, tailored or copied. Each Skicko piece is handcrafted with attention to detail, offering an individualistic approach for fashion conscious men. Skicko creates a relationship between quality products and a respect for all things distinctive.


BT: What is your design process?

Skicko: The jewellery is first designed on the Gold Coast, then its constructed overseas before being put together by hand by Paddy in his office.


BT: Describe the Skicko guy

Skicko: The Skicko guy has style and wants to stand out for all the right reasons. Our jewellery has been designed to make men’s basic clothing stand out and to take away from the large branding and colour explosions in men’s clothing. By simplifying and using earthy tones and burnished metals, the colours are a soothing compliment to modern urban streetwear.


BT: What makes Skicko different?

Skicko: We believe the quality of our products make Skicko special. A lot of time is taken to make each piece. Each Skicko piece has been designed, hand finished and individually packaged for our customers, and we’ve stuck to our design aesthetic since the very beginning.


BT: Where can readers purchase their own Skicko piece?

Skicko: Readers can get Skicko from our online store skicko.com and can follow us on instagram @skicko for sneak peaks of upcoming designs and products.



Visit the Skicko website to browse the collection and to buy online, and follow Skicko on Facebook to stay up-to-date


Seed Pod by Dinosaur Designs

posted by Teagan West May 1, 2014 1 Comment


Yesterday I had the pleasure of attending a lunch held at The Survey Co. (more on that later) with Louise Olsen and Stephen Ormandy from Dinosaur Designs and some groovy Brisbane folk. Why? To celebrate the launch of the new Dinosaur Designs Seed Pod collection – a beautiful 46-piece jewellery range and 12 homewares pieces designed by Louise Olsen.

The new Seed Pod collection was inspired by the forms of seed pods and explores the growth of seeds and the journey they take.

Seed Pod features a host of new techniques, such as the embedding of brass into resin for form ‘seed pod’ chokers, incorporating faceted stones (including AAA Cubic Zirconia) into the collection, and for the first time, using brass and silver throughout the homewares range.

The jewellery collection features the most beautiful necklaces, seed pod-inspired chokers, long pendant necklaces, chunky bracelets in a seed pod form, metallic bangles and statement rings, all in a colour palette of purple, green, black, silver, white and gold.

For the new collection, Louise collaborated with long-time friends including photographer Tim Georgeson, writer Caia Hagel (who has penned some perfect words to go alongside the collection) and their daughter Camille Ormandy who features in the dreamy campaign images.

I’ll now leave you with said images and allow you to get lost in the magic of the new Seed Pod collection by Dinosaur Designs – available in store at the Wintergarden and online now.








Accessorise Mum for Mother’s Day

posted by Teagan West April 28, 2014 0 comments

Mother’s Day is fast approaching (less than 2 weeks away!) and if you’re like me, you haven’t got your gift completely sorted yet. But fear not, because we’re here to help.

So, what’s the perfect gift for Mother’s Day you might ask? Jewellery of course! Here are our top picks that will guarantee a surprised OMG come May 11. Oh, and if your a mum of children who need a little bit of a hint, ‘accidentally’ leave this page up on the computer and share it to your offsprings Facebook page to provide a not-so-subtle push in the right direction.


Luxurious, exclusive, handcrafted and ethically sourced silver jewellery is what you’ll find yourself ‘adding to cart’ at the Lacorvin online store. There’s earrings, rings, pendant necklaces and other fine pieces, as well as a beaut metallic tote if you’re prepared to splash some cash. The best place to snap up Lacorvin is online at http://lacorvin.com.au.



Secrets Shhh

Secrets Shhh is a fine and fashion jewellery label that is made up of timeless white, yellow and rose gold pieces as well as a number of colour ranges too. Spoil mum like she deserves with the to-die-for signature Diamond Simulants of the Secrets Shhh collection. Get your 16 digit number ready and head online to www.secrets-shhh.com


Ruby Olive

Ruby Olive is a vibrant collection of colourful, affordable and sustainable jewellery that brings out the young girl in all of us. There’s brilliant statement pieces that will inject a joyful energy and other pieces that will compliment every item in mums wardrobe. You can purchase online or visit one of the many Brisbane-based stockists mentioned here.


Chrissa Alexion

Modern, edgy jewellery made of an array of beautiful textures and materials is what you’ll find in the Chrissa Alexion Etsy store. The complete range balances timelessness and statement making perfectly and at a price you can’t ignore. Mum will love it, and you might even earn some brownie points too.


Jewellery By Kim

Jewellery By Kim, or JbK Designs, is jewellery that is made for the everyday woman who isn’t quite everyday.  JbK is a collective of funky and different pieces that are made with love and passion by one talented lady based on the Gold Coast. Track Kim down at The Village Markets held on the first and third Sunday of every month (it’s worth the hour trip south, trust me!).


Thousand Island Dressing

Pop online or head to one of Brisbane’s three Thousand Island Dressing boutiques to pick up something special for mum. Whether you’re after something bold and colourful or fine and understated, Thousand Island Dressing has something for every mum. Boutiques located at Paddington, Bulimba and New Farm.


Stone and Metal Gallery

On display in the beautiful James St gallery is a collection of jewellery like no other, complete with the work of talented goldsmith Samantha Anderson and other leading jewellery designers. It’s full of everyday glam and statement making pieces that are truly a beautiful gift. The pieces are so good you may have to spoil yourself while you’re there.




Vanilla House Magic

posted by Teagan West March 23, 2014 1 Comment


Scarves, armchairs, handbags, jewellery, linen, books, cushions, candles, poofs, clothes, knick-knacks, motivational quotes, purses, unique kitchen utensils, throw rugs, lamps, shelf adornments, children’s products, art… That’s the array of beautiful products you will be presented with upon arrival at lifestyle boutique Vanilla House, comfortably located on Cavendish Road, Cooparoo.

Owner Ruth, who happily shouts ‘hello there’ when you walk in the door, is the mastermind behind the aesthetically pleasing shop that defines the phrase ‘one stop shop.’ Ruth and her team have you covered for every occasion – whether it’s a gift for your girlfriend, wife, mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, sister, friend, neighbour, teacher or relative, Vanilla House has something for every occasion. And I really mean everyone!

If you don’t believe me, read on to see Ruth’s top picks when present shopping for a 21st, an engagement party and a relatives 50th birthday… it’ll be your lifeline next time your stuck for a special gift!

Being a boutique lifestyle shop Ruth stocks everything you don’t think you need, but can’t live without once you lay your eyes on it. Think pineapple ice cube trays, colourful Turkish towels, crochet purses and travel inspired coasters. If you’re looking for something particular and she doesn’t have it in store, she will endeavor to track it down and get it for you. Talk about good service right?!

Ruth said the most important thing to her family run business is quality customer service, being genuine to their customers and providing valuable advice and gift recommendations.

Ruth muses that sometimes people wander around the bright store for an hour and even though they don’t buy anything, they feel and remember the magic that is Vanilla House.

A comfortable shopping experience is what Ruth strives to create, and does ever so successfully with beautiful arrangements and engaging displays that you can’t take your eyes off.

If you’re thinking that every item in the shop has a $50+ price tag, then think again. This lady’s finger is on the buying pulse! She knows her customers and what they’re looking for, both in price range and quality, and stocks things that are seasonal and are in accordance with the latest trends in fashion and homewares.

Ruth said she always keeps a range of price points in store and is always looking for those low-cost items that make fantastic presents or welcome additions to the home.

She said it’s important to have a good mix at all times, because people are always looking for a cheap gift that doesn’t compromise quality and originality. In keeping the range fresh Ruth said she never has the same collection of products in store and is always changing the arrangements and displays.

And while many products are established brands, like the Glasshouse candles and children’s clothing label aden + anais, Ruth said she loves to support local brands and young entrepreneurs. She said there are many more small labels coming through now than there was when she opened the store 8 years ago and loves that with them, she can keep a range of local products in stock and support the community.

With her genuine advice and devoted community spirit, Ruth has established a loyal customer base that can’t stop coming back for more. And it’s not wonder why…it’s not easy to leave the store empty handed with nothing on your wish list or future shopping list. I even have some items stored in my internal memory bank for upcoming occasions that I’ll no doubt be back to purchase.

Now to Ruth’s top picks for three milestone occasions that leave you flustered when it comes to present shopping but are simple in the hands of Ruth and Vanilla House.

21st birthday

Straightaway Ruth pointed out the candy coloured jewellery boxes that she sells heaps of because of their beautiful designed and are the perfect addition to any young ladies growing jewellery collection. She also said the pretty cocktail books make great 21st presents. You can also pick up something for the boys at Vanilla House with a selection of cufflinks for the sophisticated and beautiful globes for the adventurers.


Engagement party

Ruth said French kitchen supplies are a big hit when it comes to engagement presents, with cheese platters and knife sets reigning supreme.


50th Birthday

For a special 50th birthday present Ruth suggested a beautiful pair of pearl drop earrings or the cute trays and boxes she has. There really is an unlimited supply of unique items for the woman you think is impossible to buy for.


Make sure you have a look at our image gallery above for more ideas…The pictures really do speak for themselves!

For more information visit the website here and Facebook page or stop into the shop at 2/380 Cavendish Road, Coorparoo

Monday- Saturday 10-5pm

Sunday 10-2pm