Highlife Magazine - Sustainable Style
WHEN SALLY-JEAN SATTLER DECIDED TO THROW CAUTION TO THE WIND IN SEARCH OF ADVENTURE ON THE OPEN ROADS OF AUSTRALIA SHE DISCOVERED MORE THAN SHE HAD ANTICIPATED.
Chinchilla News - Country Fashion Line Launches
For Miss Sattler, it was important to create a label that catered to country women, who she felt had been largely left out of the fashion world. "I don't think country ladies are represented very well in the fashion industry, I think we're a little bit forgotten about,” she said. "But it's very much the heart of my business, is serving ladies in the community and country areas. "We've bridged the gap between contemporary and classic so we fit perfectly for country women.”
Western Downs Farmer - March 2018 - Travel and Practicality for Women In The Bush Inspires Clothing Business
Dalby Herald - Travel and Practicality for Women In The Country Inspires Clothing Business
SALLYJEAN Sattler could sew by the time she was in grade 5 and designed her own formal dresses all through high school, but it was only two years ago that she decided to take the leap and use her love of fashion and design to start a business to dress women in the bush.
After travelling Australia, the third generation Wandoan woman wanted to design a clothing range that was practical for country living but elegant enough to wear out in the city.
BellaVistaStyle - New York Review
When I first saw the designs I loved that it had a Hamptons meets English countryside meets Australia look to it. In other words, these are beautifully made classics in a neutral palette that you can wear to watch to sunset in Montauk or to dinner with friends. Personally, those are the items in my wardrobe I reach for time and time again.