Getting dressed up as a 'chicken' and a 'cow' has paid off for Laura Luke and Anna Weatherstone.
The girls, from Byron Bay women's clothing business 'In Annie's Pocket', have won first prize in Byron United's Splendour In The Grass window dressing competition.
The theme for the competition was 'barnyard'.
Laura and Anna used the barnyard theme to decorate the shop with lots of hay, grass, old milk cans, flowers, stuffed animals, flowers, wheelbarrows and old furniture.
“We've had such fun doing this,” Laura said.
“It's been great to dress up, although it was very hot in the costumes, but we are having a real party.” Laura thanked Ross Heath from Heath's Old Wares and Collectables for helping them decorate the shop.
In Annie's Pocket won two VIP tickets to this weekend's festival.
Byron United executive officer Diana Ricketts said the window dressing competition had been very difficult to judge.
Second place in the window competition went to There's Always More.
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