by Jessica Gaertner - Sep 26, 2019 Fashion News
Wedding season is officially upon us, which means that our wardrobes need to get photo op ready. Because if there is one thing that all women know (and no man will ever understand) it’s that we cannot outfit repeat when we know there are going to be so many pictures taken.
So I took the liberty of putting together some of the best places in SA to get ensembles for the occasion (rental options included – because sometimes our bank accounts don’t seem to keep up with our vision boards).
1. Shana Morland
Shana is based in Cape Town and has her own store on Kloof Street. All of her garments are made locally with an emphasis on good construction techniques and design, resulting in great timeless pieces. Plus, if you have a little one, her kids range for little girls is unbelievably gorgeous! Visit her website www.shanamorland.com.
2. Cape Town Dress Hire
Cape Town Dress Hire is the largest and most on trend, high-end dress hire service in South Africa. They offer an extensive selection of gorgeous imported designer dresses and gowns for a fraction of their retail value. Allowing their customers to be red carpet ready at any given moment without the hefty price tag. Visit their website: www.capetowndresshire.com.
3. Klûk CGDT
Malcolm Klûk and Christiaan Gabriel Du Toit are the creative force behind Klûk CGDT and three times past “African Designers of the Year”. Their label represents the culmination of two designers’ passion and vision of bringing the African Continent an international experience of fashion. Visit their website: www.klukcgdt.com.
4. Gavin Rajah
Gavin Rajah is a South African designer based in Cape Town that specialises in handcrafted garments that are made with the finest fabrics and craftsmanship. The brand is synonymous with luxury. Visit his website https://www.gavinrajah.com.
6. Lola Romon
The Lola Romon label is a luxury online store. The talented designer, Romanda De Bastos, is South African based and creates beautiful garments that women love to wear. Visit her website www.lolaromon.com.