Do you too find it hard to make new friends during the COVID lockdown? Looking for your new BFF in Sydney? Wishing you had this tight-knit group of girlfriends here with who to share everything, like you had back home?
Good news, you've found the right place. Friendship Cafe is back! Our aim is to bring together women who have moved from overseas to Sydney to connect, support each other and develop friendships. And it seems to be working...
You'll be surprised to realize how much we can feel bounded by our shared experience of moving here.
So how do we get the magic happening and what to expect?
We organise a round of introductions and everyone gets a chance to share their story
We play a few games and have some fun activities to get the discussion going by pairs or small group
Back to the group, this time we will talk about Fashion, with Paula, Graduate of the Australian College of Professional Styling
Conclusion & how to stay in touch
Once you register someone from our team will get in touch to share with you the next steps.
Looking forward to seeing you online! Bookings are available here
And here is a message from Paula, graduate of The Australian College of Professional Styling:
Let's talk about fashion!
Fashion is something we deal with every day. Even people who say they don’t care what they wear choose clothes every morning! Clothes say a lot about us and how we feel. The reverse is true too, did you know you could change how you feel by choosing your outfit?
Everyone loses interest in their wardrobe from time to time. The answer isn’t always about going out and making more purchases. Sometimes you need to invite inspiration to fill you up so you see things differently.
Let me share my experience with you and the best tips to make the most of your closet!
This women-only event is organised by not-for-profit Key Into Australia, a support network for women who have moved from overseas to start a new life in Australia. We connect women new here to meet, befriend and support each other.
This event is generously sponsored by the City of Sydney.