Toorallie knits are made from fine, silky, soft wools sourced from the best merino sheep from Pooginook Station on the Riverina Plains in NSW. Toorallie’s beautiful knits are known for their softness, sheen, drape, and reduced pilling. So, why not drop into Boardwalk Fashion and feel and touch for yourself. You will be amazed at the quality.
Toorallie’s easy care, machine washable, merino tees and soft, warm, merino denim jeans are also available in a range of colours and styles at Boardwalk Fashion.
Toorallie’s Merino Denim is crafted from 19% merino wool, 80% denim and 1% elastane, and they are like the jeans you already know, just softer and warmer. Feel the difference when you try them on at Boardwalk Fashion!
Boardwalk Fashion is proud to stock a unique range of Australian created and designed pure silk chiffon scarves by Dallas and John Heaton. Dallas and John, identical twin brothers living in Geelong, use a variety of design techniques to achieve captivating images from the beauty of nature’s details. They print their designs on Chinese silk sourced from the eastern perimeter of the Silk Road.
John and Dallas were born in Ferntree Gully, Victoria, and are veteran photographers, having photographed China for The International Airlines back in 1982. For over 35 years, they have created travel themed images which have been published in National Geographic as well as printed on postage stamps. Their work has even appeared on the exteriors of Hong Kong trams.
Boardwalk Fashion is privileged to stock a wide selection of their beautiful Bluyonda Image silk scarves. Many of our discerning customers choose to buy one or two of their favourite designs for themselves, as well as one or two as gifts.
Being designed and created in Australia with Australian wildlife themes, their light weight, their labels with the story about the individual design and their creators, John and Dallas, as well as their designer boxes featuring a magnetic catch for quality presentation, make them ideal gifts for overseas friends.
Just a few of the silk scarf designs by John and Dallas Heaton are featured below.