Stockland Wendouree – To celebrate One Woman have 40% off Full Priced items until Sunday 27th Nov
Stockland Wendouree are proud to have One Woman open at our centre. To celebrate One Woman have 40% off Full Priced items until Sunday 27th Nov.
The One Woman store concept at Stockland Wendouree is a multi-branded, women’s wear store. With Crossroads, Millers and Rivers (shoes only).
“Through physical design and a combination of new in-store initiatives, One Woman customers experience a transformation to make them feel and look good.”
Five years ago, Gary Perlstein, our CEO had a vision to bring of all of brands together in one retail environment.
One Woman is a store concept that targets the brands’ existing and potential customers - the broad segment of the female population who often feels neglected,” says Gary Perlstein, CEO.
“It was our ambition to create a unique shopping experience for customers – one that injects the emotion, passion and excitement of leaving a store knowing they have been transformed. One Woman is for women who value fit and are seeking thoughtful guidance to transform fashion ideas into a style that is theirs!”
“We stock sizes 8 – 26 with all different cuts and fits. For example, our denim wall offers jeans and jeggings from size 8 – 26 and product has been designed to suit all figure shapes.
“Our fashion offer fits the customer – rather than the customer fit the fashion.”
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  • Location(s) Gillies Street Wendouree, Wendouree, Victoria, Australia 3355
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