PEDESTRIAN.TV has partnered with Sportsgirl for their new Close Knit campaign.
The days of quickly throwing on a dress and shoes, because that’s all the real brainwork summer dressing requires, are well and truly over. Now you’ve gotta actually coordinate whatever it is that’s keeping you warm, and that can be tough if you don’t have a decent winter wardrobe at your disposal.
Hence, it’s a pretty sweet deal that Sportsgirl are giving one of you lot a $2,000 voucher to keep you nice n’ cosy this chilly season. They’re definitely a go-to for winter shopping anyhoo, so it will all work out a treat once that southerly rolls in.
Wanna see their latest drops? Check out their new campaign video, directed by the one, the only, Gracie Otto below. Yep, now you’re keen.
You’ll also win 2 x return flights to Tassie, 3 x nights accommodation in Hobart and a bunch of tickets to music-lover events over the June period. What are they? Well, you’ll have to win to find out, but they’re a TIME. Now can you see why that $2K Sportsgirl voucher will come in handy? It’s damn cold over there, but beautiful that time of year so #WorthIt.
Plus, you’ll have someone you love (slash can tolerate) by your side and be relatively worry-free in one of Australia’s most stunning destinations. Just look:
Solitude under moody skies at the Bay of Fires with @ty_sheers_photography. The Bay of Fires is an acclaimed stretch of @eastcoasttasmania that can be accessed to the south from the town of St Helens, or from the north via the settlement of Ansons Bay. As we head into our warmer months, it's the perfect spot to spend hours snorkelling and swimming around the perfect coves and secluded beaches. Year round, you can wander the squeaky white sands, get amongst the massive granite boulders, or simply stand in silence. This place is perfect for relaxing, unwinding and taking stock. It also boasts some of the most picturesque coastal campsites & holiday houses in Tassie. Weekend trip anyone? Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania, Ty!
A recent unseasonal coating of snow combined with perfectly still conditions to make for an unforgettable 'reflective' Cradle Mountain experience for @danielnnng. Whilst most of the recent snow has now melted, there's always a chance that Tassie's somewhat unpredictable weather could result in another magical dusting. That's the thing about the landscapes in the alpine regions of @tasmaniasnorthwest: the conditions are always changing, painting a kaleidoscope of colours and scenes. All you have to do is make sure you leave enough time to take it all in – preferably with sturdy walking boots, as well as warm and waterproof layers. You will certainly feel alive! Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania, Daniel.
A dusting of late season snow sets a perfect scene in @alinakondrat's image of an historic Government hut in @HobartandBeyond's Mount Field National Park. Located a short walk from Lake Dobson in the alpine reaches of the park, these basic but comfy huts are nestled among Snow gums and overlook a beautiful alpine moorland. They were established on the Lake Dobson Road in 1949 for the use of the original Lake Dobson road workers. Later they were then moved to their current location and have been used by school groups, walking clubs and members of the public for more than 50 years. So if you're wanting to get back to basics for a while, but prefer something more than a tent, look no further! Thanks for tagging #discovertasmania, Alina.
Just tell us in 25 words or less, who in your life do you have a close knit relationship with?