Anne (Diane Lane) is at a crossroads in her life. Long married to successful, driven but inattentive movie producer Michael (Alec Baldwin), she unexpectedly finds herself taking a car trip from Cannes to Paris with a business associate of her husband (Arnaud Viard). What should be a seven-hour drive turns into a carefree two-day adventure replete with diversions involving picturesque sights, fine food and wine, humour, wisdom and romance, reawakening Anne’s senses and giving her a new lust for life.

Don’t miss PARIS CAN WAIT, in cinemas July 20. 

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4) Entries close 5pm on 16 July 2017 and the 10 winners will be notified via post.

Based on David Harrower’s much celebrated and provocative Olivier Award winning play Blackbird, Una follows a young woman’s journey to reclaim her past. Directed by Australian theatre/film director Benedict Andrews, Una is a gripping new film theatre lovers won’t want to miss.

Don’t miss Ben Mendelsohn and Rooney Mara in Una from June 22.

Thanks to Madman Films, we have 20 double passes to UNA to giveaway to our newsletter subscribers!



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4) Entries close 5pm on 19 June 2017 and the 20 winners will be notified via post shortly afterwards via email.

Adelaide fashion market

Adelaide market friends! I’ve got some big news to share with you. 

After four fabulous years of running our event in Adelaide, I’ve decided it’s time for a change. Now change can be scary, but change can also be very, very exciting. And I think this change is definitely in the latter camp.

We’re moving to the Woodville Town Hall this year! Our first event there will be on Saturday 21 May! 

I’ve decided we need a new venue in Adelaide. And when I saw the Woodville Town Hall, I knew in my gut it was the perfect venue and location to be our new home. It’s vintage, its beautiful and so, so charming.

This move means that our Adelaide market events will be much more similar to our Melbourne and Sydney events which we always hold in ornate and beautiful town halls.

Things I love about the Woodville Town Hall:

  • It was recently renovated and restored to it’s ornate self. Built in 1927, the features inside are spectacular!
  • There is SO MUCH free parking! There is a huge car park directly across the road as well as behind the venue.
  • We will be able to serve you REAL coffee from our expert barista!
  • The market will be entirely on the ground floor (no stairs!) Yeeha!
  • It’s opposite the Woodville Railway Station so it’s very easy to access via public transport.
  • There is an ATM pretty much at the entrance! Ah! So easy!

Here is what the Woodville Town Hall looks like:

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Photos are courtesy of the City of Charles Stuart

The Woodville Town Hall is at 74 Woodville Road, Woodville SA 5011. It is conveniently located just off Port Road, and only an 18 minute drive from the CBD (7.5 kms from the city too).

Isn’t it stunning! I can’t wait for May!

Emma xx


Based on an inspiring true story, Freeheld stars Julianne Moore and Ellen Page as a couple who, in their darkest hour, take on the biggest fight of their lives.

When police detective Laurel Hester (Moore) meets Stacie Andree (Page), they instantly form a connection. The couple fall deeply and unexpectedly in love, and before long, are building a life together. But when tragedy strikes and Laurel is diagnosed with cancer, she faces discrimination as government officials refuse to allow her to leave her pension, earned over 23 years of service, to Stacie. With the help of fellow detective Dane Wells (Michael Shannon) and larger-than-life activist Steven Goldstein (Steve Carell), Laurel and Stacie spend their last days together fighting to overturn the decision.

As the campaign for marriage equality gains momentum worldwide, Freeheld is a poignant reminder of the personal struggles at the heart of the movement. Moore and Page deliver powerful, heartfelt performances in this stirring tribute to an ordinary couple whose love and integrity compelled them to demand equal rights in an extraordinary act of courage.
Watch the trailer here. It’s in cinemas November 5.

Thanks to eOne, we have 10 double passes to Freeheld to giveaway! 

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1) Entries must be the original content by the entrant. One entry per person.

2) Entry is open to all Australian residents.

3) Entrants consent to being signed up to the Round She Goes Newsletter.

3) Entries close 5pm on 12 November 2015 and the 10 winners will be notified shortly afterwards via email.

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Based on the best-selling novel by Rosalie Ham, THE DRESSMAKER is a bittersweet, comedy-drama set in early 1950s Australia. Tilly Dunnage (KATE WINSLET), a beautiful and talented misfit, after many years working as a dressmaker in exclusive Parisian fashion houses, returns home to the tiny middle-of-nowhere town of Dungatar to right the wrongs of the past.

Not only does she reconcile with her ailing, eccentric mother Molly (JUDY DAVIS) and unexpectedly falls in love with the pure-hearted Teddy (LIAM HEMSWORTH), but armed with her sewing machine and incredible sense of style, she transforms the women of the town and in doing so gets sweet revenge on those who did her wrong.

Check out the trailer:

Thanks to Universal Pictures we have 10 double passes to The Dressmaker to giveaway!


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1) Entries must be the original content by the entrant. One entry per person.

2) Entry is open to all Australian residents.

3) Entrants consent to being signed up to the Round She Goes Newsletter.

3) Entries close 5pm on 27 October 2015 and the 10 winners will be notified shortly afterwards via email.


 Would you believe it, the next market on Sunday 11 October at the Coburg Town Hall officially marks our 7th birthday!

Round She Goes Fashion Market

Our very first event was at the German Club in Windsor back in October 2008. The concept was a hit from the very first event, and some sellers have been doing it since that very first event! It’s been a wild ride, that’s for sure. I feel so lucky to have become part of a supportive community of sellers who love the market too in Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide.

To celebrate our birthday, we’ve got a bunch of lovely things to giveaway on market day to customers. We’ll be running as a lucky dip, and you’ll need to say a codeword to collect a present. The passwords will be in out next newsletter, so be sure to sign up here.


What’s up for grabs? 

5x copies of Time After Time by Minna Gilligan

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In Time After Time, fashion icon, artist and illustrator Minna Gilligan shares her desire for mixing and matching fashions from different eras, by offering creative ways to combine vintage pieces with current trends and new items of clothing. Minna imparts her wisdom on everything from specific eras in fashion to how to shop at thrift stores and how you should wear your vintage finds. She shows how to pull together fabulous outfi ts for all occasions – fl ick through the pages to find her modelling looks for Date Night, Beauty School Drop-Out, Saturday Night at the Movies and Cherry Bomb – Minna will have you creating amazing looks for every event!

Minna’s stunning artwork and signature collages feature throughout the book as she illustrates creative ways to play around with items plucked from different time periods, including bags, buttons, collar details, shoes, hats, glasses and more. Time After Time is a beautiful colour riot of fashion inspiration and advice that will perk up any fashion-lover’s wardrobe.

5x copies of Hello Tokyo: Handmade projects and fun ideas for a cute, Tokyo-inspired lifestyle by Ebony Bizys

Hello Tokyo

This book by Japanese-based Australian blogger/crafter/designer/zine publisher Ebony Bizys (aka Hello Sandwich) is a cute and quirky guide to living a handmade lifestyle, filled with projects and ideas inspired by Ebony’s life in Tokyo. Capturing the charm, humour and originality of her eclectic and highly successful blog, Hello Sandwich, this book features craft projects and inspirational styling ideas, and gives the reader a glimpse of Japanese culture.

Hello Tokyo is the quintessential Hello Sandwich publication. It captures Ebony’s fascination with the myriad treasures of everyday existence, ranging from personalised crafts such as handmade stationery and clothing accessories, as well as decorative items and storage solutions for the home; to recording your daily life and travels with a camera, journal or even a blog; to hosting, theming and styling a fun party or picnic.

8x copies of Don’t Get Me Wrong by Marianne Kavanagh


For fans of Jojo Moyes, David Nicholls and Sophie Kinsella, here is a Pride and Prejudice for the modern era. Londoners Kim and Harry can’t see eye to eye…until the life of the person they both love most hangs in the balance.

Kim has never grasped what her free-spirited big sister Eva sees in a stuck-up banker like Harry and has spent her childhood trying to keep him out, while Harry’s favourite occupation is winding Kim up.

Both Harry and Kim are too trapped in their prejudices to care about what’s really going on beneath the surface of each other’s lives. They’ll never understand each other—until the worst of all tragedy strikes.

Faced with the possibility of losing the person they both love most, long-buried secrets come to a head in ways that will change both Harry and Kim forever.

8x copies of The Underwritings by Michelle Miller


The Underwriting takes you behind closed doors into a world of sex scandals, power plays and shady trading. It’s the dangerous and thrilling place where The Social Network meets The Wolf of Wall Street.

Todd Kent is young, hot and on his way to the top of Wall Street when the eccentric founder of Hook, the popular new dating app, handpicks him to lead its float on the stock exchange. Hook has been helping Todd score with women and now it’s going to make him rich.

Todd and his investment banking team—brainy Neha, party-boy Beau and old flame Tara Taylor—race to close the $14 billion deal of the decade. It’s the chance of a lifetime for Tara, too, who sees her opportunity to break through the glass ceiling and justify six years of sacrifices for her career.

But nothing is what it seems in Silicon Valley—and when tragedy strikes, and the sparks fly, there’s no telling who might get burned.

Some double passes to see Miss You Already, the new Drew Barrymore + Toni Collette film.


Miss You Already stars Drew Barrymore and Toni Collette as Jess and Milly, life-long best friends who have shared everything since childhood. But their relationship is put to the test when Milly discovers she has breast cancer, while Jess faces motherhood for the first time. Featuring a picturesque London setting and terrific chemistry between Barrymore and Collette, Miss You Already is a heartwarming film about the true meaning of friendship. When life falls apart, friends keep it together. It’s in cinemas on 8 October. If you haven’t seen the trailer, you can watch it here.


Round She Goes Market is not just about finding preloved fashion and vintage clothing gems. We also love supporting jewellery and accessory makers to get their creations out into the world. The upcoming market at the Box Hill on Sunday 2 August has a wealth of talent. And we’re excited to give you a preview of who is attending.


We’re thrilled to welcome Mooi handmade our August market. Jasmine specialises in Polymer Clay Jewellery and everything she makes is one of a kind. Jasmine uses good quality silver plated findings, earring posts and copper and silver foiling.


Mooi Handmade



Bellissima Glass jewellery is a Round She Goes headliner ever time. Rachel has many admirers because this talented maker creates all pieces are made by Rachel in her small home studio in Montmorency.

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Bellissima Glass



Northern Sky was a big hit at our May market. Maria’s crystal jewellery is irrisistiable because each pieces is a pop of colour and a burst of energy.

Designer Maria Mitropoulos, uses her mix of design and fashion to create a fun, dreamy piece out of each carefully selected crystal.

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Bowman & Queen return to our August market too. Creator Monique has nailed the polyclay trend, you’ll find classic pieces at affordable prices.

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Bowman & Queen



Tania of Mosaic Treasure makes all of her jewellery with millefiori from Murano in Venice, and coloured glass from all corners of the world. They are beautiful, her stall is a must-visit.

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Willow Lane Jewellery is a boho/gypsy brand created by Leila whilst my two gorgeous babes sleep. It is a jewellery range made from a mix of leather, crystals and sterling silver. You’ll love these, we guarantee it!

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Willow Lane Jewellery


Megan of My Vintage Obsession will also be at the market in August. Meagan is a collector of vintage costume jewellery from the 1920s to the 1980s. She also upcycles to create new pieces from vintage components.

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So much talent! We’re sure you’ll agree that these makers are a must-see on Sunday 2 August. 

The market is on at the Box Hill Town Hall, 1022 Whitehorse Road, Box Hill,  10am-3pm, $2 entry.


How do you harness creativity and bring it into your every day life? In Craft for the Soul, Crafter and blogger, Pip Lincolne shares her lifetime of wisdom on:

× Prioritising your own creativity

× Doing new things

× Finding things that spark excitement and passion

× Being positive

× Creating routines

× Loving your work

× And much, much more . . .

This clever, cute step-by-step guide will show you practical ways to get the most out of your creativity and live the life you want. There are also 10 original crafty projects to make and do.

Thanks to Penguin Book Australia, we have three copies of Craft for the Soul to giveaway at our next Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide markets (August). To hear how to win, you’ll need to be a subscriber to our newsletter and stay tuned to your inbox.

If you’re not already on our newsletter, you can sign up here. 



From the team behind acclaimed documentary Senna, comes this insightful and moving portrait of iconic singer/songwriter Amy Winehouse. A pop star with soul; Amy’s rare musical ability made her a star, while her chaotic personal life stole headlines. With rare interviews and never-before-seen archival footage, Amy takes us behind the headlines to reveal a prodigiously talented young woman whose life ended far too young. With this film, the world will fall in love with the real Amy Winehouse and her music all over again. Amy is in Australian cinemas on 2 July.

Thanks to eOne, we have three double passes to a special advanced screening presented by Double J, to this moving, intimate documentary, to giveaway (one double pass each for Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide) to newsletter subscribers.


Amy Winehouse was known for her iconic voice but also iconic style.

Tell us in 25 word or less ‘how would you define your own style?’ Don’t forget to include in the email which city you would like to attend the special screening in. Please use the subject heading: AMY 

The screening dates and times are on June 22 at 6:45pm at these locations:

Sydney: Dendy Newtown

Melbourne: Palace Kino

Adelaide: Palace Nova

Entries close 5pm on Friday 19 June 2015.

Send you entries to: 




Emma xx

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2) Entry is open to all Round She Goes newsletter subscribers who can attend the screening in their chosen city.

3) One winner will be chosen for each city: Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne and two tickets will be awarded to the winner.

4) Entries close 5pm on 19 June 2015 and the winner of each city will be notified shortly afterwards.

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You’ve booked in your stall, culled the wardrobe, told all your friends to come and visit you, picked out your outfit to wear on market day (okay, that last one might just be me), but now it’s time to talk market day strategy!

Here are the top five tips I’ve picked up over the years of meeting and observing lots and lots of stallholders, to maximise your sales on market day.

1. Make your stall look pretty
The more effort you put into making your stall look great, the better your chances of sales and earning cash. Tablecloths, neat hangers, price tags on everything go a long way with customers. Put your most eye catching item at the front of your rack. Make up some signs like ‘nothing over $30 on this rack’ (or whatever you price point might be) or make a sign that lists the types of sizes and brands you’ve got.


2. Be nice.
The market is open for 5 hours – make every minute count! Stand up if you can, jooj your racks and clothes, say hello and smile to all the customers that you can. People come to Round She Goes because they love the atmosphere and the friendly vibe and they are there to shop! What doesn’t attract customers? Looking bored. Talking to your co-stallholder and ignoring the customer completely – staring at a mobile phone screen without looking up, reading a book or knitting – never attracts customers. It’s much more fun to chat to customers!

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3. Use an App on your Smartphone to take card payments!
It goes without saying that you’ll need a float of change for cash takings, but customers also love the convenience of paying on their credit cards. It’s simple: if you are able to accept PayPal and Visa/Mastercard payments for your items, you will make more money. This needs to be organised in advance, you can’t just download the app, You need to be approved at least a week before the market happens. The two apps that are readily available are PayPal Here and Square.

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4.  Don’t bring EVERYTHING you own just because you hope it might sell.
Bring you best stuff and display it nicely. Your stall space is limited to 2 racks and a table and you want customers to be able to access what you’ve got. Racks so over loaded with wire hangers that customers can’t flick through are a turn off. A better strategy is to have a bargain bin for people to rummage through but keep everything else clutter free.

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5. Price everything but be prepared to negotiate as it is a market.
Sometimes it’s easy to think something is worth a high price tag just because we paid a lot for it, but that might have been 20 years ago and people’s perception of value has changed. If it’s a great brand, classic cut and made of beautiful fabric then fair enough. But fast fashion does not retain it’s value, so be realistic when setting your prices.



Do you have any tips to share? We’d love to hear them! Post a comment below or feel free to ask me any questions.

Emma xoxo