$ = R 10.02
£ = R 15.65
€ = R 13.37
Oil = $ 103.07
Gold = $ 1386.45
09:56 13 Jun 13
Let's go shopping ...online
There's nothing more frustrating than making the trip to a shopping mall with a particular outfit in mind only to find that the store doesn't have your size. Avoid the long queues and potential disappointment by getting comfortable at your computer and surfing for your fashion favourites online.
Check out these online fashion stores that are now offering both local and international designer creations delivered to your doorstep.
Zando.co.za: Zando sell a massive selection of local and international brands (think Zoom, Hip Hop and Cacharel) for women, men and kids. Clothes, shoes and accessories are available with free shipping throughout the country.
Pink blazer by Passage, R539
36Boutiques.com: The Cape Town-based fashion stop, started by Nicky Boy, was SA's first online designer boutique sale. And we get free delivery and returns, too, lucky us!
Pleated shift dress by Urban Goddess, R999
Woolworths.co.za: Buy your favourite Woolies fashion from the convenience of your home. From Country Road to Studio. W, indulge in all the newest trends. Ah, finally a peaceful shopping experience!
Studio. W palazzo pants, R325
Lulubelleboutique.co.za: Lulla Belle is an online shoe boutique based in Johannesburg. Find quirky, colourful, on-trend shoes to add a pop of colour to a winter outfit.
Lace up platform bootie (ice green), R950
Lilarose.co.za: The dreamy Lila Rose Sleepwear range was created in 2007 by owner and designer Nicola Ralph. The concept came to her while listening to her friends talk of how their lives were changing, becoming faster and more demanding, leaving less and less time for luxury and relaxation.
Chemise – milk, R350
Diligo.co.za: Although they only sell a few designers, Diligo stays on the ball when it comes to taste and trends. Founded in 2010 by partners Lauren Graham and Kimberley Wood, it offers chic womenswear at affordable prices.
Luca Navy blue peplum dress with black lace, R495
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