Last week we made a call-out to the Secret Adelaide community on Instagram, looking for everyone’s favourite women-led businesses around the city so that we can showcase them for International Women’s Day. So here are they are: 8 amazing women-led businesses as voted by you.
1. Unlucky Apparel
Unlucky Apparel makes and sells fitness clothing inspired by the automotive industry, everything from leggings, bottoms, tops, and crops to stickers, banners, accessories, and more. They also cater sizes from XS to 5XLARGE. Check out their website here.
2. Georgie Thomas
Georgie Thomas is a Neuro-Linguistic Practitioner and former Exercise Physiologist who runs a course named Rewrite You. Here she offers six weeks of small group sessions to understand your psychology, remove limiting beliefs, and help you feel more confident in your skin: all in a holistic way. You can check out her website here.
3. Studio Panoply – Pottery and Ceramic Classes
Studio Panoply offers a variety of ceramic and pottery workshops and classes around Adelaide, from making your own storage pot to vases and cups. If you and your gang feel like getting crafty, you can check what’s on via their website.
4. Mezcla Hair Salon (@mezclahair)
Mezcla Hair Salon takes care of all things hair in their Myrtle Bank studio, and if you’re looking for a quality do, look no further. They also offer hair extensions, balayage, colour correction, as well as wedding and event styling. You can check them out here.
5. Megan Potter Cosmetics
Megan Potter Cosmetics is widely known for having an amazing range of certified organic skin and hair items, mineral makeup, perfume, and more. Megan Potter has also just been included in the 8 Inspiring Female Leaders In Organic in the lead-up to International Women’s Day this year. So well-deserved we say! Check out her online store here.
6. Bundle + Twine – Gift Boxes
Ever wonder what you’re going to get someone for their birthday, or as a gift in general? Well, Adelaide-based gift box service, Bundle + Twine takes the hassle out of all that, where you can design your own gift boxes based on things you know the recipient likes. It sure saves running around the shopping centre looking for gifts. Check out their online store.
7. Angler – Adelaide’s first and only sustainable fish & chip shop
Amanda Prance is the owner and founder of South Australia’s first and only sustainable fish and chip shop, Angler, located in Stirling. Amanda’s business is committed to ethical choices for their whole food supply chain, sourcing directly from suppliers and ensuring limited impact on the environment when doing so. All their packaging is compostable too.
8. Fox & Bower – Home Living / Design (@foxandbower.co)
Fox & Bower in Glenelg is home living and design store that sells everything from furniture and decor to homewares and apparel. You can check out their stylish designs at their online store.
Happy International Women’s Day!