Online boutiques are not exactly what we South Africans are known for. And most actually try to shy away from them. However, things are changing and its about time we move along with it.
I am going to introduce you to 3 online boutiques that I think are on trend, and most of all…They’re local. And I’m all for supporting our fellow South Africans.
36Boutiques new luxury shopping concept in South Africa. 36boutiques is classified as a Private Event Retailer, and you have to be a member to shop. Membership is free! You will find both Soutyh African and international designer at discounts of up to 70%. There are items from many brands including, Ben Sherman, Errol Arendz, Stefania Morland, and even 7 For All Mankind Jeans.
I love the looks seen below from 36boutiques:
mylondonshopper is an online boutique that brings global fashion trends to the South African doorstep. The website is the brain-child of a South African living in London, who felt the rest of South Africa needed a taste of London style. The collection of items found on mylondonshopper range from independent designer labels, to vintage garments.
Shop-Label.com is a luxury fashion retail website here to offer you the latest trends and hottest fashion in clothing, shoes and accessories from around the globe. Shop current season collections from Acne, Antik Batik, Heidi Klein, J Brand, Melissa Odabash, Mike & Chris, Paul & Joe Sister, Sass & Bide and Splendid from the comfort of your computer. Your gorgeous purchases will be delivered in our luxurious packaging straight to your door.
I adore the Safari leather clutch above. Talk about Safari chic!!!
This Atlantis silk dress is just to die for. It retails for R2095.