With the help of Renew Adelaide, The Love Lettery has opened as the latest instalment into the Topham Mall family. Walking into The Love Lettery, or better known as ‘Swoon HQ’, you can feel the peace and love within the quirky atmosphere.
It is a haven for old school romantics, with plenty of gifts and ideas for anyone that’s drunk in love and looking for the perfect way to say ‘I Love You’. Showcasing gifts for him, her and the kids, The Love Lettery stock a variety of kooky and cute pressies both in store and online. Inside you'll find watches, jewellery, journals, personalised cards, handbags, toys and much more.
The shop itself is as adorable as the name, with plenty to look at while you’re in there too. If you’re really into old-fashioned romance, you can have the lovely staff help you put words to paper, or even type your own love letter on The Love Lettery’s typewriter #swooncity.
No clue what to get that special someone for their birthday, Christmas or special occasion? Whatever the event, or for no reason at all, you’ll find what you’re looking for in this heaven of a gift emporium.
Head down to The Love Lettery and immerse yourself in a swoon-tastic time at 11 Topham Mall, Adelaide, Monday to Friday 8:30am to 5:30pm.
All images via Alexia Frangos.
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