Princess Bazaar turned 10 in April 2013.
Princess Bazaar was an idea which turned into a passion for owner Lisa Simmonds-Webb who desperately needed a tree change from the fast-paced life of inner-city Sydney.
This bohemian inspired boutique started in one of the original terrace shops in historical Morpeth and after a couple of years, an opportunity arose for Lisa to purchase another of the original, (much larger) but absolutely derelict terrace shops in the same strip.
Now fully restored, this boutique is rather unique. A large pink chandelier and a number of quirky objects grace the entry - fixtures are often antiques and the entire space can only be described as wonderfully eclectic.
Lisa has vintage-inspired tastes and favours original designs. Princess Bazaar loves to promote local fashion talent which often sits really well along side a diverse mix of global labels. Our objective is to be able to provide a large selection of unique garments that are not easily found else where. We currenlty stock labels from Spain, France, Germany, America, Holland, Poland, South Africa, China and of course Australia. We would like to think that our client base ranges from women of a younger age to those of us that are slightly more mature - if you get what we are trying to say. Our sizes range from 8 to 18, with an excellent selection of fabrics, colours and styles available all year round.
Our boutique philosophy is simple - we want to be the best that we can, we would like to think that we offer a flexible workplace for our staff and moving forward we would like to be able to contribute to more charities. We currently embrace the Wilderness Society, Canteen, Sunrise Villages in Cambodia and a number of local charities. We will always try to do more and we will always do our best to assist our customers. We are here for the long haul, we love life and really appreciate everything we have.