ESTABLISHED IN AND SERVING ELEGANT LADIES SINCE 1978
We are now the largest Ladies Fashion Store North of the Adelaide CBD, with regular clients from all over Australia.
Lesley’s of Gawler is renowned amongst country ladies as THE place to go when you want clothing that is different, classy, well made and individual.
Decades of experience in clothing retail and management has served Lesley well, starting her own ladies clothing store and eventually owning stores in Alice Springs, Clare, Munno Para, Adelaide and now Gawler, her home town. The historic architecturally interesting HB Crosby building now houses one of the largest privately owned Ladies Clothing stores in Australia, with our established, loyal, Australia wide clientele. Creating the online store to assist our clients who may only travel to Gawler once a year and to engage new clients both nationally & internationally is the natural progression.
With a range that suits ladies from 30 – 65+ years, and brands from Joseph Ribkoff, Layla Jones, Frank Lyman, Lauren T, Yarra Trail, KT Collection, Lilia, Emily, Philosophy, Up!, Whispers, Motto, Jillian, Marco Polo, Vera May, Holster, Blue Scarab & Huxter we cater for smart casual, After 5, Evening & Mother of the Bride. We have one of the largest collections of After 5/Mother of the Bride outfits in Adelaide.
We’re based in Gawler… and serving ladies throughout the world!
With the exponential growth of the shop and the popularity of our beautiful clothing, we now have clients as far away as Wales (UK)! Due to this unprecedented demand we’ve created Lesley’s online, so you can now buy everything we hold in stock without even leaving your home!
Of course, please still feel free to pop in to our main Gawler store whenever you like, it’s always a pleasure to see our ladies!
The fascinating history of Lesley’s Boutique and our beautiful town.
Gawler is a semi-rural town in South Australia and known as the gateway to the North. Prior to freeways and highways being built is was the stopping off point for travellers slowly heading north via bullock dray or horse & cart to remote mining communities and farms.
It is also a stopping point on the way to the Barossa Valley with its abundance of wineries…