UNIQUE STYLE: Sandy Champion in Driftwood Boutique and Décor.
UNIQUE STYLE: Sandy Champion in Driftwood Boutique and Décor. Allan Reinikka Rokadriftwo

Sandy revved up for career change

GOING from working in a car memorabilia museum to home decor and fashion doesn't sound like the most common career change, but for Sandy Champion, it made perfect sense.   

Opening Driftwood Boutique and Decor only a few weeks ago, Ms Champion said the store in James St was something she'd been working on for a while.   

Having put 12 months of hard work and research into offering unique clothing and decor store for the Capricorn Coast, Ms Champion said she was excited to see all of her plans fall into place and be so well received by the local community.  

"Even though I worked in the car industry I still loved fashion and all of those nice feminine things, and I've always had an interest in decor as well," she said.  

Sourcing labels from all over the country, she said she wanted to offer people something different they wouldn't find unless shopping in the big cities.