A woman is taking her own little girl clothes shopping to help save her health.
Kate is taking an old pair of pants to Woolworths in Brisbane.
“I was just thinking of how much I love my little girl’s clothes,” Kate said.
“She was so beautiful when I was little.”
There’s something so beautiful about a little girl wearing clothes that they’re a little bit older, they’re more grown up.
“Ms Kate has been taking her little girl, Ella, to Woolies in Brisbane for the past two years.”
The biggest thing I’m trying to get my daughter to understand is, you can be anything you want, you just have to take care of yourself,” Ms Kate said, while watching her daughter.”
You can be as little as you want.””
You have to give yourself enough time to grow, and then you have to do it the right way.
“Woolies owner Sarah Smith said her customers had been buying more from Woolies than from other outlets.”
They’re not going to get them if you’re not careful,” she said.
She said it was a shame that the brand was struggling to meet demand.”
They’ve been buying so much from us.””
It’s been one where they’ve had a really strong response to our products.”
“They’ve been buying so much from us.”
Ms Smith said Woolies had not lost its appeal in the last couple of years.
She believes it was the result of Woolies’ strong image.
“Woolys are a brand that is seen as family-friendly, so people have come in and we’ve had really good customer service from Woolys,” she noted.
“We’ve had so many people come into the store with their children and say they’re happy to buy something from Woolie’s.”
She said Woolys’ appeal was built on quality and its “one-of-a-kind” designs.
“Every day we’re doing things to make them look better and better and we really appreciate the customer service we get from them.”
Wools was one of many retailers struggling to keep up with demand for its products.
“When people go to Woolie for a pair of shorts or a pair, they are probably not thinking about the health effects of the product,” Ms Williams said.
Ms Williams said Woolworth’s had a “big gap” to fill with new brands.
“A lot of the brands that are being developed are being taken over by new brands, and we have to keep the Woolies brand going,” she pointed out.
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