Noosa: Shopping, coffee and what to wear plus our favourites parts of this picturesque place!

Noosa: Shopping, coffee and what to wear plus our favourites parts of this picturesque place!

Visiting this gorgeous little place on holiday soon? We let you know where we love to eat/drink, what we love to do here and most importantly what to wear!

Oh beautiful Noosa how we adore you! If you live in Australia there’s a good chance you’ve visited this incredible little coastal holiday destination. Often considered the ‘quieter’ and more ‘low-key’ version of the Gold Coast, beautiful Noosa and it’s surroundings live up to all it’s praise! Geographically located in South East Queensland, about an hour and a half from North from Brisbane, this easily accessible holiday town is buzzing with good vibes.

With the borders now open and Noosa opening it’s doors once again to interstate travellers, the Noosa locals are welcoming the new life. It brings a great sense of positivity back to the area with so many of Noosa’s shops and restaurants being small businesses and such an integral part of the community. Many of you have made Noosa your annual holiday destination, escaping up North in Winter during the cooler months.

 

Image by: Bailey Rytenskild

This picturesque little seaside destination manages to blend serenity with action! The weather and perfect temperatures all year round play a big draw card in making this place so attractive and there’s also plenty of options depending on your budget. If you love nature there’s plenty of scenic natural surroundings including walks around the gorgeous Alexandra headland and days spent at the beach. If you head North you can also enjoy 4wd beach driving at Rainbow Bay and Double Island point. You can also head inland and soak up the beauty and laid back setting of Eumundi which lies just West of Noosa. If you have kids or you’re an animal lover, spend a day at the iconic Australia Zoo.

It’s the perfect destination to encourage you to go at your own pace. If you’ve come to slow down, enjoy a day at the beach or amongst nature. The Noosa Coastal walk that weaves through the National park is so beautiful. 

Image: Luisa Denu

If you’re after a bit of fun and adventure on your holiday, head on down to Hastings Street to soak up the vibes of everything this main street has to offer. Hastings Street lies in the heart of Noosa and runs parallel with Noosa’s Main Beach. The energy is fantastic. There are gorgeous Noosa dress shops, homeware stores, surf shops, art galleries, great places to eat and plenty of other boutiques to have fun exploring.

 

There’s something about being on holiday that makes you crave a little spot of shopping and something fabulous and new to wear! Clothing shops in Noosa offer a great variety from men’s, women’s and kids and from casual to formal attire. You can find almost anything you’re after here. Our wYse clothing boutique in at 31 Hastings Street has everything from natural and sustainable jumpsuits, to gorgeous dresses, handmade Italian boots, iconic French jewellery and natural underwear. As such an iconic location we often find many travel here for Weddings. If you’re looking for that perfect mix of comfort and style to wear along to a Noosa wedding, we have lots of styles to choose from. Our styles can suit the most casual beach wedding and you can find something a little more formal for a more grand location. Our lovely ladies in store are very experienced in knowing our fabric and styles so intimately, so if you’re looking for a Noosa dress shop, we’re located at 31 Hastings Street, Noosa.

  

What to wear in Noosa?

A few important things to consider before you pack your suitcase

  1. What’s the weather like?
  2. How many outfits do I need?
  3. Consider each occasion and pack pieces to suit

 

Noosa is pretty glorious all year round! Here’s a quick little run down on the average temps so you can prepare for the month you’re travelling. Temps below are from Source: NOAA

 

Why we love Noosa?

We love Noosa because we get to meet people from all around Australia and the world! Having a store there let’s us meet so many amazing people. As a gorgeous little holiday destination it’s a great way for interstate travellers to discover our label! Our wYse clothing has such a soft and luxurious feel, it’s a tangible fabric and it’s even better to feel the fabric for yourself to understand just how amazing this natural and sustainable fabric is. We just love when people walk in to the store and ladies say ‘wow this fabric feels amazing’. We love it even more when ladies walk out feeling confident, feeling empowered and feeling good within themselves. Our pieces are so much about the way an outfit makes you ‘feel’.

 

Where we like eat in drink in Noosa?
Ahh there are so many choices! But just to name a few, our favourites are: 
  • Favourite Restaurant: Bang bang
  • Favourite Coffee: Moonstruck for coffee and turns into a gin bar in the afternoon.
  • Favourite Take Away Coffee: Blended
  • Favourite Restaurant in surrounding suburbs: Sum Yung guys - Noosaville

Favourite accomodation: I love staying at Tingarana

Out top 5 things we love to do in Noosa

  • Shop! Of course!
  • Day at the beach
  • Lunch with friends in buzzing Hastings Street
  • Walk around the headland
  • Exploring the Eumundi markets

There’s also lots of great events that take place in this gorgeous location throughout the year, so if you want to time it with one of these events (or specifically not around one of these events) you can also check on the Visit Noosa page for a schedule of events.

Many of these events have become iconic events such as the Noosa Festival of Surfing.

Our Favourite outfits for Noosa:

We’ve tried to simplify it all and we’ve picked out our top 5 dresses to wear in Noosa. This is based on 'all-year-round' temps so of course you may have to add a jacket here or an extra layer there!

 

 

Dress: Inoa dress
Perfect Noosa dress for:  It’s light, and flowy and makes you you transcend in to that Noosa holiday vibe. It’s also a little more ‘dressy’ which makes it such a versatile piece in your suitcase
Places to wear this dress in Noosa: Out to lunch or dinner, attending a Wedding. Out at a Bar.

 

 

 

Dress: Aman dress
Perfect Noosa dress for: It’s the ultimate cover up. Wear over swimmers to the beach or if you’re heading to the hotel pool. This little dress is designed in the softest and most luxurious French Terry. Pair with a comfy pair of flats or thongs and a great big straw hat!
Places to wear this dress in Noosa: Beach & pool

 

 

 

 

Dress: Sylvie dress
Perfect Noosa dress for: Everything! This is your go-to Noosa dress. The dress you take when you have no plans at all and you’re happy to go where the wind takes you! It has 3/4 sleeves but it’s designed in a special micro modal so the material is cool and extra light. It’s an off the shoulder so you’ll need a strapless bra or bandeau but also looks great with a bra with thin black straps.
Places to wear this dress in Noosa: Style up or down for any occasion

 

 

 

Dress: Donna dress
Perfect Noosa dress for:  Long days walking down Hastings Streets browsing through shops, popping in to cafe’s and catching up with friends. It just has that goddess carefree ‘Noosa vibe’.
Places to wear this dress in Noosa: Shopping, lunch and dinner, garden parties.

 

 

Dress: Ella dress
Perfect Noosa dress for: Dressing up and being versatile
Places to wear this dress in Noosa: Shopping, lunch and dinner. This gorgeous dress has the ability to transform with a hidden button. You can wear at 3 different lengths. Wear as a longer tunic with pants or a pencil skirt, or as a midi dress, or extend to full length to wear as a side sweeping calf length dress.

 

Some essential pieces to pack!
Leggings, Good all round white t-shirt, Denim jacketSoft Cardi, Jeans, French Terry Playsuit. 

 

Wherever the flow of your holiday takes you, enjoy yourself in Noosa. I’m sure you’re ready for a well-deserved holiday and we hope to see you there! 

Heidi at wYse x

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