Plun­ket gains from what women want

Matamata Chronicle - - News -

Mata­mata Plun­ket has teamed up with Farm­ers and fash­ion stylist Lisa O’Neill to bring Mata­mata women all the fash­ion ad­vice they need to spruce up their wardrobe.

What a Woman Wants is a twoand-a-half-hour com­edy-filled show trav­el­ling the coun­try to raise money for Plun­ket.

It cov­ers body shapes, ac­ces­sories and makeup while pre­view­ing the new spring/sum­mer fash­ion range from Farm­ers.

Stylist Lisa O’Neill has been run­ning mo­ti­va­tional work­shops for the past five years to help women to look the very best they can. ‘‘I love the chal­lenge of work­ing with women who have given up all hope of look­ing good be­cause of a change in body shape or in­come,’’ she said.

‘‘Many women I work with are shop­ping con­stantly but still have noth­ing to wear. My phi­los­o­phy is that hav­ing the right stuff is bet­ter than hav­ing lots of stuff.’’

Mata­mata Plun­ket branch pres­i­dent Janelle Burn­side said the show was a chance for women to take some time out. ‘‘This is great for women in Mata­mata. The show is a great night out, peo­ple are guar­an­teed to laugh their socks off and never have that feel­ing of noth­ing to wear again.’’

What a Woman Wants will take place on Wed­nes­day Au­gust 24 at the Me­mo­rial Hall at 7.30pm. For more in­for­ma­tion or to pur­chase tick­ets please con­tact Mrs Burn­side on 021 117 8087.

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