Red Bull X Fighters welcome to Pretoria

Ever since I heard about the Red Bull X Fighters coming to my neighbourhood Pretoria, I've been excited and anxious to see it happen. For weeks, seeing the trucks and  the cranes coming in with that African red soil, transforming my beloved Union Buildings gardens to a world class freestyle motor cross track was just amazing to watch. So today, I went to check out the calm before Saturday's storm, it was beautiful. I looked through the fence and zoomed in as much as I could, I managed to spot a FMX biker doing some tricks, when I asked around I was told that it was Drake McElroy.I stood there, in awe, I just can't wait to the riders, can't wait to see it all. Good luck to my home boy, Nick De Wit.


Oxblood and Turquoise

Although the scuba/neoprene material was in trend a few seasons ago, I personally, have only recently fallen in love with it. Bought this oxblood dress by chance at Makro and it has now become my favorite item for this winter. 

Oxblood and Turquoise

It keeps me warm, feels good on the skin and it hugs me at all the right places - I love it.

Easy to maintain, doesn't attract a lot of lint or crease at all, I find that I often have to stop myself from buying all clothing items I come across which are made from the same material.

A few days ago, I paired it with thrifted turquoise court heels, and the look was a hit at the office.


Frugal Living: End of Season Sales

Boys Shirt Short Shoes LoveDilo
Shoo Shoos Mr Price RTKids PicknPay Clothing Song's Style Flatlay
The best time to shop for clothes or anything for that matter, is at the end of the season sale, prices are usually slashed to clearance levels. 

Its almost winter, however I bought my son this summer shirt and shorts at this years end of summer sale.
I got them in a size that he will be wearing next summer, however it was a great sunny day so I decided that he take full stylish advantage of it and we headed to the park for some play time and Vitamin D.

At the end of this winter, I'll make sure to stock up for next winter.