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Stop looking … start shopping for spring!

13 Sep 2015

Stop looking … start shopping for spring! Image

With the warmer months now upon us, there is no need to look any further than DFO South Wharf for inspiration this spring.

Whether it’s shopping for the Spring Racing Carnival or redecorating your home in preparation for summer, it can all be found under one roof at DFO South Wharf.

With a growing portfolio of local and international premium brands, and a proposition of “up to 70 per cent off,” DFO South Wharf is making the mantra “affordable fashion” its own.

As if housing more than 180 stores of established brands and designers wasn’t enough, the centre is also home to leading local and international fashion labels including Armani, Karen Millen, Kate Spade and Michael Kors.

With the Spring Racing Carnival fast approaching, ladies need look no further for all things fashion as well as hair and beauty. Complement your look with Hairhouse Warehouse located on the basement level – finishing your outfit with an amazing hairstyle.

If refreshing your home in preparation for the warmer months is at the top of your to-do-list this spring, then DFO South Wharf’s Homemaker Centre has everything you need to make home entertaining easy.

Complete with a wide variety of stores including Adairs, Forty Winks, Freedom, JB Hi-Fi Home, Plush and more, decorating one’s house or apartment can all be done in a single location and just a stones throw away from Southbank.

Spring is also a time when the motivation returns for many to get active again, and with a flurry of events such as the Melbourne Marathon Festival on the horizon, DFO South Wharf is your home for major sports brands including 2XU, Adidas, Asics, Puma and Nike.

Local residents are invited to take advantage of further reduced retailer discounts and special offers as part of DFO South Wharf’s “Ultimate Weekend”.

Residents are invited to cash in on the ultimate shopping experience and, with a major prize giveaway and loads of stores featuring special offers, it’s a weekend not to be missed!

To keep up to date and receive access to the dates for Ultimate Weekend, exclusive news, offers, events and invitations you can become a DFO VIP member at www.dfo.com.au/myaccount

To add to the services available, DFO South Wharf also welcomes the Jumbo Early Education Centre on level one Homemaker Centre, which offers long-day care and kindergarten from Monday to Friday.

For more details visit www.dfo.com.au

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