The right wardrobe can take you from day to night with little effort and maximum style. It’s with this philosophy Dani Odgers curates a collection of affordable, mostly Australian labels for her two boutiques.

Wolfe & Ordnance started out as a fashion blog to showcase her portfolio while studying. Seeing its potential to be more, Odgers began an online store and soon opened the first boutique in her hometown of Forster, NSW, which is still running. Instead of re-opening her second boutique in Sydney (the Surry Hills store shut due to the light rail construction), Odgers chose to relocate to Queensland and follow her family up north.

The James Street store is down a laneway behind At Sixes and Sevens. Inside there’s a minimalist fit-out designed by Odgers, and executed with help from her dad. He built the change rooms and tiled the marble-look counter.

On the racks you’ll find the latest pieces from Camilla & Marc, Acler, Zulu & Zephyr, Lonely Lingerie, Nobody Denim, Faithfull, Hansen & Gretel, Asilio, Sancia and more.

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Updated: November 18th, 2017

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