Monday, 18 August 2014

Monday, 11 August 2014


Jacket - Vintage Lover
 Dress - Mr Price
Shoes - Mr Price

I bought my very first 90s patch denim jacket next to nothing at The Vintage Experience about a year ago. It's probably the most versatile item of clothing that I have. I have matched it with a black and white patterned shift dress that I bought at Mr Price and threw on my usual socks and shoes.

Thursday, 3 July 2014

Wednesday, 11 June 2014


Jacket - Mr Price
Lace Dress - China Town
Shoes - Foshini

Friday, 6 June 2014

Tuesday, 27 May 2014


Floral Headband - Mr Price
Sunnies - Spitfire
Lace Kimono - China Town
Cream One-Piece - Vintage Lover
Boots - Pnp Clothing

In all honesty, I can truly say I had the time of my life at Afrikaburn 2014 - result of the creative expression of participants who gather once a year in the Tankwa Karoo to create a temporary city of art, theme camps, costume, music and performance! This year was my first time going to Afrikaburn, after the long anticipating wait of buying tickets we plotted ourselves in the dessert for five days. The concept of money does not exist here, nothing is for sale but ice at the event. There are no vendors, no advertising or branding – it’s a decommodified zone with a gift economy that’s about giving without expecting anything in return. It's awesome! OOTD's on the other hand are limitless or sometimes none at all. Literally people rock around naked - it's that kind of a party. I managed to brave up the courage and wear my one-piece that I got from my favourite vintage store, with a long length lace kimono (to hide the buttocks) and some gumboots which were a real life saver after constantly walking over a rocky terrain. I matched some pink lipstick with a pastel rose headband and DIY multi-food coloured my hair for fun. 

Saturday, 24 May 2014