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THINK PINK: Comfortable, quality shoes at Catwalk Pink.
THINK PINK: Comfortable, quality shoes at Catwalk Pink. Contributed.

A SELF-CONFESSED shoe lover, Tory Acton is helping Central Queensland women step out in style.

With an eye for trending footwear, handbags and head wear sourced from quality Australian and European designers, she opened her business Catwalk Pink in October last year.

Sharing her love of beautiful quality women's shoes and accessories has been embraced by local women throughout the region who are looking for something different, comfortable and high in quality and style.

Now conveniently located in Shop 1/114 East St (next to the Arcade entrance), her business is centrally situated in the Rockhampton CBD - a short walk for many women in their lunch break.

In the short time of being open, Tory and her business Catwalk Pink have built a strong reputation for friendly service and working with her clients to meet their needs.

As a result the business now also stocks beautiful shoes outside the 'normal' size range, in order to accommodate more women and their love of shoes.

For more information or to view the range of shoes, handbags and millinery, visit Facebook: Catwalk Pink.



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