A Holster on footwear

When it comes to everyday elegance, Holster have it nailed.

holster_editSince 2001, the embellished footwear has become Australia’s leading jellies brand and its success lies in large part to the creative team behind the scenes.

Thanks to the forward thinking of founder and director of holster®, Ben Nothling, Holster is now stocked in over 2300 stores and boutiques world-wide including famous stores like Harrods, Selfridges and Harvey Nichols in the UK.

Ben has an impressive family history in the fashion industry with his great, great, great grandfather being the one and only David Jones, who started the famous David Jones Department stores in Australia.

Ben’s wife, Natalie Miller is the head designer who designed the original holster jelly sandals which have gone onto take the fashion world by storm.

Born and bred in beautiful Noosa, Natalie embraces the glamorous beach girl style; designing embellished footwear that looks stunning on the beach and beyond.

Her footwear collection is now a must have for any ladies wardrobe and is in high demand globally.

Natalie sites places such as Mykonos, Bali, Lizard Island and Lake Como as being her inspiration whilst designing. Natalie says she often comes up with her best designs whilst on holiday watching sunsets, cocktail in hand!

Embellished with stunning and unique jewels and crystals, the holster range is a true reflection of the beautiful beachside surroundings that Natalie and Ben’s home town has to offer.

Following on from their local ethos, all the Holster campaigns are shot in their native Noosa showcasing the stunning beauty of their home to a global audience.

“We are passionate about our lifestyle and environment and wanted to offer a taste of the Australian way of life through our jellies,” said Ben.

To see more of their range, visit

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