Don't be put off by the name. Julie White's latest collection Straya Daze is far from any bogan imagery those words may conjure in your head.

Instead it's a bright, playful and super sweet collection of printed scarves and socks, decked out in Aussie insignia that's nothing like you're used to.

Shrimp on the barbie, bull ant and pavlova prints somehow look incredibly cute and totally wearable, as hand drawn and collaged by Julie herself. It's also surprisingly nostalgic, inspired by White's years growing up in the '80s and '90s.

For the only time probably ever, you'll catch us saying Straya.

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