A golf shirt is a good idea, but if it’s raining, wearing it may not be the best idea.
This is the dilemma faced by Australian women, who have been asked to change into the rain gear and wear skirts and skirts to protect themselves from the wind and water that could befall them.
But when the rain starts to get down in the Northern Territory and Queensland, it’s just a bit more challenging to wear the same style of dress, with the result being that many women have had to find a compromise.
The story of how Australian women have been forced to dress in the rain has been told by the ABC’s Weekend Today programme, with presenter Matt Gillett.
The program, which has been in production since August, has been made possible by the support of The Warming Group.
It will run on Friday nights until mid-October.
“We were all shocked when we saw how many women we were dealing with who were forced to change out of their rainwear when the wind came through,” Mr Gilleott said.
Some women have worn a golf cap to cover their heads when they’re outside the car. “
They didn’t want to wear their golf shirts anymore because it was making them feel like they were doing something wrong, so they started asking us for advice.”
Some women have worn a golf cap to cover their heads when they’re outside the car.
“Sometimes when you’re out there, it looks like it’s going to rain and you’re wearing a skirt,” Mr Friesen said.
”The wind is just too strong, the sun’s going down, and you can’t do anything but be in a tight fit.
“The Wamingtons foundation, which promotes sustainable living, is also behind the documentary.
Some of the wives and mothers have been asking us what we think they should wear. “
The weather’s going pretty bad right now, so some of these women are trying to do what they think is appropriate to do,” he said.
Mr Fryen said the story is a lesson in how women can support each other when the conditions are challenging. “
There’s no doubt they’ve had to look at their clothing, but they have to be able to see how they look in a rain suit.”
Mr Fryen said the story is a lesson in how women can support each other when the conditions are challenging.
“It’s a big message for women in general, that if you have a good outfit that you can wear at home or go to the pub, and if it doesn’t rain, you can go out and enjoy it,” he explained.
“And it’s very important for women to make sure they’re not wearing a lot of clothing that could make them look like a fool, and we’ve had some of those women who’ve tried to do that.”
The ABC has contacted the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet for comment.
A previous version of this story referred to the Australian Government as the “government”.
It is a government department, and not the Australian Department of Defence, which is responsible for defence and security.