While the rest of the world collapsed into a state of despair and consumed a heinous amount of memes at the new POTUS, Donald Trump- I found myself spending a balmy night in Somerton Park at the South's go-to hire boutique: Style Hutt Hire.
Stocking brands like Kookai, Camilla, and Bec & Bridge, Style Hutt Hire gives customers the best of both worlds: high fashion pieces without leaving you broke. Hire boutiques have become way more popular since Instagram made it a criminal offense to wear the same outfit twice, and as many of us know, most brands don't exactly come cheap if you want quality.
"The best option is to hire and wear a high-class dress at a fraction of the cost," says Kelly Moyle, a co-owner of Style Hutt.
Annebel Ironside and Kelly Moyle opened the boutique, located on Brighton Road, to offer a convenient fashion location in the suburbs that offers their pieces in all shapes and sizes- having more than one size of the same dress is so rare to find in a hire boutique making these guys well worth the trip!
As well as offering on-site makeup artists, Style Hutt Boutique becomes the one stop shop for any girl who wants convenience and not at a price.
Their latest purchases all appear in the store, colour co-ordinated (my OCD drools) and ready to try on. From white to blush, and black to orange, Style Hutt's new season of rentals are the bomb for every occasion. If their store can distract me from the election of Donald Trump then i'ts worth the drive!
Style Hutt Hire is located at Shop 255-257 Brighton Road, Somerton Park
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