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Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Mambo at Big W Spring/Summer 2013/14 Collection + Reader Giveaway

Have you seen the new Mambo Spring/Summer 2013/14 collection at Big W?

It's impressively high quality, ultra stylish, bright and colourful, and (my favourite part) completely affordable.

I won't lie - I don't spend a lot on my kids' clothes. You know, it's that whole argument: "But they grow out of them SO quickly!" They do! And that's one of the reasons I always think 'budget' for my five year old twins' threads. That doesn't mean I forgo styling them up and wanting them to look super cute.

When I came across Mambo - sold at my fave chain store Big W - I was completely impressed with everything about it (you can spot a cool Mambo design at 20 paces), and have been dressing my kids in Mambo all winter. And now, in the spring/summer 2013/14 new collection.

It's all SO darn cute! AND now: TwinnieWorld readers have the chance to win some fab pieces from the new collection! Twelve readers (six packs are for boys, six packs are for girls) can snap up a collection of Mambo clothes for their little ones. Read on for more.

First, more about the iconic Australian brand.

Mambo is an Australian company established in 1984 and is owned by The Nervous Investor Group, a collective of creative and surfing entrepreneurs. Surf, art, music and humour are the four pillars upon which iconic Australian brand Mambo was built. Founded in 1984, Mambo quickly became an iconic surf brand with its distinctive satirical designs created by a diverse collection of wildly talented artists such as Reg Mombassa, Maria Kozic, Robert Williams and Ben Noble.

Representing Mambo is an enviable line up of ambassadors from pro surfer Luke Cheadle, Rugby League superstar Benji Marshall and hot Aussie actor, Ryan Kwanten, to the glamorous ‘Mambo Goddesses’ Erin McNaught and Cheyenne Tozzi (with another new face soon to be announced). Mambo has hosted major international music festivals, surfing events and has had its unique art exhibited in museums around the world.

Mambo develops young artistic talent, produces innovative products, artworks and quality clothing. In 2000, due to demand from the athletes, Mambo designed the Australian team uniforms for the opening ceremony of the Sydney Olympic Games. There have been several books written on Mambo, as well as a lead business TIME magazine article, and just last year, esteemed UK publication, Cult Street Wear, listed Mambo as one of the world’s most influential apparel brands of the past 30 years alongside Nike, Adidas and A Bathing Ape.

Mambo continues to solidify its place on the international fashion stage as the quintessential surf and skate brand with an ever growing list of global stockists in Australia, North America, South America, Europe and Asia. For more information go to

And now, the latest collection for older kids, all available at Big W, pictured below.

Photos for the prizes - which are for sizes 00 - 1 - are pictured further below:

To enter the comp to win twelve packs with assorted Mambo gear - six packs for a boy, six packs for a girl, in sizes 00 - 1, pictured below...

Mambo boys' clothing in a mix of sizes, plus a Mambo towel, up for grabs!
Mambo girls' clothing in a mix of sizes 00 - 1, including a dress, tops, pants, and cossies up for grabs! is all you need to do (and you can enter here, or on the same comp listed on sister site 'Josie's Juice'):

- Share this link on your Facebook wall
- Comment below (or email me at on which collection you'd like to win (boy or girl and what size you are after) and why you like the look of the new Mambo range
- Email me at with your address details as soon as you enter, in case you are a winner. Entries are ineligible without this.
*Competition open to Australian residents only

1 comment:

  1. Thank you to all the people who entered the comp - sooo many entries received on Josie's Juice and email! I'll be compiling all the winners' name very shortly, and notify you via email. Thank you!