oz resort swimwear specialist

Finding flattering swimwear has become a little easier with the addition of an Oz Resort store a stone’s throw from Dee Why Beach

COVERED. stepped inside this spectacular swimwear treasure trove to check it out.

Oz Resort has made a reputation out of styling real women.

Giving a boost to their body image and self confidence, the staff ensure they leave the store with the ideal beachwear designed to ensure they hit the sand looking and feeling great.

After  30 Years of styling women in Mosman, Oz Resort relocated to 755 Pittwater Road, Dee Why (opp The Dee Why RSL), they have stripped out the old bike shop and are show casing a great range of buy from the bush Australian products.

The store has massive change rooms and what owner Jacqui Major, calls the styling room with a lounge for your friends and huge mirrors.

This independent store boasts a range that would put most department stores to shame including choices for men and children. And on hand to help you choose will soon be Olympic sailors Jaime Ryan and Lisa Darmanin, who both competed at Rio.

“They are interested in becoming businesswomen so I said I’d be happy to show them what I know,” says Jacqui. “So they are both going to help serving in the shop.”

It carries a vibrant range of swimwear including Jets, Baku, Seafolly Miraclesuits, Capriosca, Milea, Speedo and Funkita for those real swimmers, plus a huge range of rashies, sarongs, kaftans, cover-ups, hats and sunnies.

“I love The Northern Beaches, I grew up here so it makes sense to finally start retailing and styling the beautiful women from all over Sydney,” adds Jacqui.

She returned to working on the shop floor a year ago having moved away from the direct sales as the company grew and much of her business took place online. “But I love being back in the shop and dealing with customers,” she adds.

There’s no doubt the huge variety of swimwear coupled with the expertise of the team, will have buyers returning again and again for everything required for stepping out in the sun.

With the world now changing to online they have a great website, but the best way to get fitted for swimwear is to visit our store and get fitted by a vetran of the industry.

October 31, 2018 — Jacqueline Major