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RMW boots, clothing and accessories are designed to fit all of life's journeys - for better and for worse. For the universal appeal of heritage and tradition adapts to all manner of conditions. As these Australian couples discovered, the classic style and rugged charm of RMW is the perfect fit for a wedding celebration...
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When Albert and Jaimi Gorman married on home soil at Meilman Station in Euston NSW, metallic gold Lady Yearling boots added an extra layer of glam to Jaimi’s bridal gown. Her agronomist beau and his groomsman kicked up their heels in black Comfort Craftsmans for the big celebration in Murray River country. 'When you put your dancing shoes on, you put your RMW boots on,' Jaimi smiles.
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John Facchi wore his old favourites – Chestnut Craftsmans - and a wide-brimmed Akubra when he arrived by boat to marry his hairdresser sweetheart Rhiannon at a riverside ceremony in Moama NSW.
Photo credit: T and G Studio
South Aussies Matilda and Daniel Fidge added two more pairs of RMs to their growing collection when they were shopping outfits for their wedding in Bute. 'We both love the brand and wear the boots regularly; they're versatile and comfortable and perfect for a farm wedding,' Matilda says. Matilda chose Chestnut Adelaide boots, while fifth-generation farmer Daniel wore the Stockman buckle boot with a matching men’s dress belt.
Photo credit: Kate Nelder
Crop and cattle farmer Sam Joyce wore head-to-toe RMW when he married Jo Farrell on her family’s property in the Douglas–Daly, NT. 'Both Sam and I have RMW gear that has stood the test of time; it really is an iconic brand that we love and respect so much,' Jo says.
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Dan and Jill Keynes are RMW clothing devotees, and they certainly put its durability to the test when they married at Jill’s family cattle station Avon Downs in Clermont QLD. It rained and rained for days, with some marooned guests resorting to helicopters to get home.
Photo credit: Katie Hillary
Memories of Joel and Hannah Wilson’s wedding will live on; the groom and his best mates wore 3 Piece Solid Hide belts engraved with ‘Joel & Hannah, 09/04/21’ as a lasting reminder of their big day on the banks of Victoria’s Mitta Mitta River.
Photo credit: Ashleigh May, Ivory + Rose Wedding Photography
Tradition played a strong part when Michael and Sarah Tucker got married in Goomburra QLD; the groom’s father Dave proudly wore the same brushed nickel R.M.Williams logo buckle that he sported at eldest son Matt’s big day a decade earlier. Michael also began a tradition of his own, purchasing his first pair of RM’s - Comfort Tambos in Chestnut. 'I always think back to the wedding when I wear them, which has made them a great memento,' he says.
Weddings featured on this page are courtesy of Outback Magazine.
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