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Love Mae, love my manchester has pop up shoppers stoked

Peta O'Neill at Love Mae pop up Market in Stokers Siding. Photo: John Gass / Daily News
Peta O'Neill at Love Mae pop up Market in Stokers Siding. Photo: John Gass / Daily News John Gass

THE upmarket Uki-based retailer of items such as Manchester, dinner ware, wall stickers and wrapping paper, Love Mae, is offering residents and visitors the opportunity to buy some of its quality wares at prices never seen before.

Love Mae owner Peta O'Neill said the company had done some spring cleaning and tidied its studio and warehouse to prepare for the arrival of its new stock.

To get rid of the older stock, Ms O'Neill set up a Pop Up Shop at Stokers Siding's historic hall where Love Mae's luxury brands will be for sale today and tomorrow.

"We are discounting some of our high-end labels by 70%.

"We are, for instance, selling some of our bedding which was previously priced at over $200, for just $60.

"We've never done prices like this before," Ms O'Neill said.

Love Mae's stall at Stokers Siding Hall will be open from 10.00 am until 8.00 pm today and tomorrow from 10.00 am until 3.00 pm, however, the company has a large number of stockists all over the country as well as overseas.

If you can't make it to Stokers Siding over the next day or so or want to have a look at Love Mae's entire range and maybe make a purchase, visit the company's website at lovemae.com.au.



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