Summer is officially upon us here in Cape Town - and we both know how good a white dress looks on anyone!
By night, a street full of lights. By day, a street full of stalls. If you come to Cape Town - Long Street is the place to be.
I am having major mixed emotions towards this weather. On the one hand - I cannot wait for Summer: beaches, tans, smoothies, iced coffees and so on... but with the current dam level average across the province on 17 October being 35.9%, my current excitement comes with much stress.
Today I bring you some outfit inspiration with a swing dress! These dresses were worn to dance swing - a style of dance that developed with the swing style of jazz music in the 1920s to 1950s.
The reactions of people today when someone wears a sheer dress is always that of 'shocked and interested.' It was only a matter of time though, seeing as 'naked' or sheer dresses have been around for centuries.
Small boobs are in fashion.
Dungarees first originated around 1792. They were used as protective garment's for farmers, slaves and other people whose occupation involved physical labour - which meant that men in the lower classes would wear them often.
The time comes where you have to make the choice... Superstars or Gazelles...
When visiting Woodstock it's near impossible to imagine that it was once a beach.Of course, that was a long while ago - mid 19th-century. Since the land-reclamation, Woodstock has become increasingly industrialised. Now, Woodstock is a developing community that is home to many beautiful street artworks.
Finding a jacket that looks good and keeps you warm on those ice cold Winter days is near impossible.
I went to Trenchtown in Obs for their Summer thrift hall and I loved it!
I absolutely love knits for Winter. It keeps you warm while still looking stylish.