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Fashion Favours The Bold

Fashion Favours The Bold

Get the edge with Warehouse Stationery new fashionery Geometric range

This week Warehouse Stationery is thrilled to be releasing a limited edition ‘Geometric’ fashionery (that’s fashion stationery) collection to meet the growing demand for stylish stationery by fashion-focussed customers.

The new Geometric range, which is part of Warehouse Stationery’s own Inspire label, makes a bold on-trend statement at work or on the go through its eye-catching geometric print and striking pops of colour.

Molly Hansen, Merchandise Manager, Warehouse Stationery says the new Geometric range is perfect for fashion aware customers who want to accessorise in style and express themselves.

“Fashionery is a fast growing category and we are seeing strong demand from customers wanting to reflect their personalities through accessories and stationery – the geometric look is very on-trend at the moment.

“We are delighted to be offering our customers this exciting new range, which is both functional and stylish, and bound to brighten work spaces, handbags and study areas,” says Ms Hansen.

The limited edition Geometric range includes notebooks, pens, fridge notepads, with prices starting from just $7.95.

Get the look now!

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