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Tamea Rice – elegant women’s wear

25 September, 2013

Tamea Rice WomenswearTamea Rice is so keen to share her women’s fashion with market goers, she travels from Shellharbour on the NSW South Coast every Sunday to do so. Her relaxed jersey range of women’s fashion is simple yet elegant, and aims to fill a gap in women’s wear. Having started at the markets in June, Tamea says her garments are designed for your fashion minded women who struggle to find contemporary clothing that is neither flimsy nor frumpy.

With women over 45 in mind, her clothing line is available in sizes 8-18, and all items are designed and manufactured by Tamea herself, with some help with cutting and sewing when needed. Well worth a closer look on your next visit to the markets.

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