CULT BUY: The earrings that sell out within minutes.

Excuse me, I found the BEST earrings in the world and you need to get a pair in your hot little hands (and ears) right now.

A few weeks ago I stumbled upon the Kenzie Collective on Instagram and I was immediately drawn to their jazzy little ear dangles.

They looked FUN, they were a great price, and best of all – they’re handmade in Australia by a mum-of-two.

After some very intense stalking of the Kenzie Collective Instagram feed and website, I realised that although there wasn’t much in stock at the time, they were about to do a restock.

From the social media posts and comments, I could tell these nifty little ear jewels sold out within minutes each time the website was restocked. *Nervous sweats*


But I was determined to get mine. So I set my alarm for ten minutes before the restock went live and then I sat there, fingers primed, ready for the most important five minutes of my life.

And I bloody did it. I picked myself up a pair of rose foil ‘Cactus – Little Mexico’ earrings and goldie ‘Sticks DELUXE’ earrings (both $39 each).

They arrived within the week and since then I’ve received soooo many compliments from strangers in the street (which is a nice change from “Excuse me, ma’am – there’s something in your teeth” and “Ma’am, you can’t do that here”).

The Kenzie Collective also stocks a range of accessories from other independent Australian designers, so it’s kind of like a one stop shop for local design talent.

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The best bit about the Kenzie Collective isn’t even their fun designs and brilliant colours, but the fact that every time you treat yoself – you’re supporting small, local businesses that are run by women, for women.

So do yourself a favour and check out the Kenzie Collective, your ears will thank you for it.

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