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Choose and Win – Street style looks we can’t help but adore at SAFW

[FEATURED] Traditionally, Fashion Week provides the perfect runway to showcase the best street style, on and off the show schedule. This season you can let us know which #witcherystyle moment stands out to win a shopping spree with our Editor-in-Chief, Kelly Fung

SA Fashion Week has become a steadfast staple on the calendar of many worthy fashionistas. And this year’s street styles from four fashion-forward influencers, Savannah Meadows, Mimi Mvakali, Minky Mothabela and Kim Slaffa didn’t disappoint.

Meadows describes SAFW as spine tingling. “You see different patterns, colours and pieces that represent each individuals style differently as well as combining the most recent trends,” she says.

Mvakali says SAFW is a gathering of the most fashion forward and influential people in the industry. “It inspires you to put your best foot forward so you can stand fashionably confident amongst them.

“It is always stimulating to see how people combine the latest trends and their personal style.”

Right now, whether on the runway or on the streets, you’ll find women looking powerful in tailored separates, slick blazers, trousers and hip-hugging skirts. Look to cornerstone colours like black, navy or burgundy or opt for a heritage check. The trick to wearing these pieces is to pair with a statement heel, be it a classic court or a thigh-high boot. From checked prints, to menswear for women, and layers, these #WitcheryStyle looks will keep you on-trend this autumn.

Choose your fave #witcherystyle moment to stand a chance to win a shopping spree to the value of R10 000 with our Editor-in-Chief, Kelly Fung.

Power it up

Inspired by menswear, this look channels your inner boss.

This slick combo of a double-breasted navy jacket with tuxedo lapels, paired with polished pants that graze the ankle, is worn by Savannah Meadows, an intern at a consulting firm, and is perfect for work through to evening drinks with the girls.

The classic pointed pumps give it just the right touch of femininity.

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Pretty and preppy

Fourth-year law student Kim Slaffa oozes effortless style in this double-breasted checked blazer and structured mini with a silky-soft satin tee.

She wears it with striking red ankle boots and pouch belt which could also be used for cinching in the waist.

It’s glam made super-easy.

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Rocker chic

Lifestyle blogger and entrepreneur Minky Mothabela is all about edgy elegance in this striped loungewear silk shirt; staple black boxy mini with statement gold buttons; and bold over-the-knee boots.

The boots’ versatile design means they can be scrunched down or worn to full length.

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The bold spirit

Environmental law graduate Mimi Mvakali is avant-garde in this ensemble.

A black statement coat, with a wide lapel and pockets, steals the show paired with classic pointed pumps and a street style essential, fishnet socks.

The leather belt polishes the overall look.

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Win

Stand a chance to win a R10 000 shopping spree with our Editor-in-Chief, Kelly Fung, and Witchery.

The competition runs from 13 to 30 April 2018. Three winners will be announced, one each at the end of April, May, and June.

Which is your favourite #witcherystyle moment? Choose your favourite look, and tell us, in 25 words or less, how it commands style authority.

What is your favourite #witcherystyle moment?

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*To redeem this prize, entrants must be over the age of 18 years and residents of Cape Town, Johannesburg, or Durban. This prize is redeemable at Witchery Standalone or Concession stores.

#witcherystyle choose and win – 5 modern street style looks we’re lusting after this month