The miracles of motherhood

The miracles of motherhood

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We are so excited to be featuring Sarah and her daughters for our Oak Meadow community! It is so lovely seeing a mother of 3 with a passion for timeless clothing wearing our beautiful Rosamund Wrap Dress and her girls in our new kids collection!

Sarah is a mother, curator, and the founder of Generally Worn!

Generally Worn is a beautifully curated online vintage store that brings you straight back into the 70’s- 90’s! You can find anything from oversized t-shirts and knits, ripped jeans and flowy dresses!

Sarah grew up in Victoria and now resides in the Sunshine Coast with her family of 5! Sarah studied Event Management and ended up styling weddings before having her first child at 23. Some fun things you should know about her is that her favorite drink is a coconut margarita and that she has 12 tattoos!

Before Generally Worn was conceived, Sarah had a jewelry label called Arrow Divine. This led her on a beautiful 6 year journey with the opportunity to work with amazing brands such as Free People and Billabong! As a creative business owner Sarah is still passionate about learning new skills and in making 2021 the year to further her skill base!

Sarah’s 3 daughters are Isla 9, Olive 7, and Maeve 4. Maeve was born with a rare Mitochondrial Disease called Leigh’s Syndrome.

She is unable to walk, talk or eat without assistance. But she is the happiest little petal and nothing fazes her.

A mother as pure as Sarah raising 3 girls, and running her own business is inspiring to us and we want to highlight the profound power it takes to do so! One amazing way Sarah has taken action to support beautiful Maeve is an annual 30k walk for the disease that raises money for the cause. Over the last couple of years they have raised nearly 40k! With the current circumstances of this year regarding CoronaVirus all of the walks have been cancelled which makes it hard to do fundraisers, so Sarah has put together a beautiful donation platform to support the research of Leigh’s Syndrome!



Click the link below to donate and discover more. Every little bit helps.

Donate Here.