Rah-rah’s skirts are cheerleader favourites, and had become popular styles in the 80′s. They are all the ra-rage this season too. Soft, tiered ruffles make for a fabulous summer… Read More
With summer and the party season coming up, you want to look your best. But if you’re like most us out there, you were a bit late starting the “get back into your bikini diet” because it has been so cold for so long! What to do?
It’s simple, let’s look at the way you dress because it’s not always your body that is the problem, it’s what you put on it that makes all the difference.
Folklore: Tradition, heritage, mixes of old and new. Singing vibrant colours are the key to this look with many layered patterns and cultural motifs. It is all about printed satins, tartans, bodices, quilted fabrics and colour, colour colour! Make it South African and add in local textures, colours and motifs…
One of the perks of adulthood is that our parents no longer dress us. We get to make out own choices of what we wear, how we wear it and when we wear it. But being out there and watching people implement their new found “power”, makes me wonder, maybe in some cases these people would be better off if there parents still styled them.
Lets kick this blog off with a fun little quiz. Are you a fashionisa of note? Do you follow the trends and go crazy for all the designer gear from the movies? Below is your clue – the dress is by Oscar de la Renta, the bag by Ferragamo and the shoes by Manolo Blahnik.