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Boomettes, dresses, season six, stock, store news -

I'm quietly quite stoked to tell you that season six of the House of Boom, which I am calling Happiness, Slowly is now available to you to buy!  Or at least some of it is. You see, this season is a grower, not a shower. Like everything I'm doing after having COVID, it's a season that moves very slowly. A slow return to happiness after the devastating death of a community leader. A slow return to fat liberation and the joy of community after faltering about my purpose. A slow release of clothes for this collection not all at once but gradually...

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"YOU dress", a love letter to myself, Boomettes, dresses, store news -

It is, in fact, a velvet, not  a drill. Badoom chish.  The YOU dress was so popular as part of season five that I've restocked the Syrah, and introduced three more - a mauve cotton, and purple and black velvets! Boomette Sara and I took photos on Waipipi Beach during a consolation weekend away when we were supposed to be at Camp, and I think you'll agree the pics are gorgeous. All YOU dresses are $187. 

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a love letter to myself, blogs, Boomettes, dresses, fabrics, season five -

I’m very proud to bring you my new collection, A Love Letter To Myself. I named it that cos I’ve had a hard time this year – it’s hard to work two jobs even when you love what you do – having issues with suppliers and dealing with criticism (some valid, some not so much) and worrying about money and all that stuff. But this collection is a reminder of why I do this, and why I’m proud of what I’ve achieved so far.

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ANJI robe, Boomettes, dresses -

"After a year of comfortable vegetation, I wanted to surprise myself. I wanted to be seen.  I just felt this pull inside me that made me know that by doing this, it was the push I needed to start moving through life with a bit more of external confidence again." 

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Hi Liz! When you're not busy being a Boomette, who are you, and what do you do?For capitalism, I work in procurement for the government. I kinda fell into procurement as a career after I couldn't find a job in science (my studies were in plant molecular biology), but I actually really love it! I get to work with a wide range of people and learn about so many different things, from social services to primary industries to construction! Outside of work I play bassoon & contrabassoon in local amateur orchestras and I dance tap and jazz. I also love...

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