Meraki Thread Co.

At Meraki Thread Co we believe everyone deserves special, unique, and one-off pieces that represent your personal style and individuality. We know how time consuming it can be to love and live vintage,

that is why we have decided to do the searching, sorting and pavement pounding for you.

Founder Jess has always scoured and searched the globe for that special gem. With an eye to spot a great piece at an even better price she always dreamed to share her flair and passion with others.


At Meraki Thread Co we specialise in vintage clothing, accessories, jewellery , swimwear and homewares imported from around the world and sourced locally in Australia. We sell on-trend pieces from all eras and pride ourselves on a competitive price point.

We love the idea of recycled fashion. Giving an item of clothing or a delicate accessory life again. With Every Meraki thread you can have a full heart knowing you are supporting the slow fashion movement and helping your environment! 


Our story


We’ve loved every minute of our journey!


An Idea is Born…..




After travelling all corners of the world inspiration met creation when wandering the streets of Mykonos, Greece. Jess stumbled upon a beautiful Greek word- Meraki [meaning] ‘To put your love and soul into something , leaving a piece of your creative self in your work’. And with those words it was time for her dream to become reality. 

With a passion for all things style whether it be unconventional or not , a background in fashion , a mind full of travel inspiration and a love for the earth and sustainable living she began the creation of Meraki thread co from the back of a camper van on a surf trip through Portugal. 


From teaching children in Asia and Spain to shredding powder in Canada to surfing through central her and her Mr gathered second hand goodies, ideas and gems wherever they could on one giant  adventure .
Meraki thread co is a place full of inspiration for the earth loving adventurer.
A store filled with inspiration from all around the world.

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