On Monday, Nikki shared 3 different ways to wear a basic tee found at Pick n Pay for just R59.99! I had a total #momcrush thereafter. She really is such a snack. I loved every outfit she put together and…
One need only engage in a little light Pinterest action to fully grasp the versatility of the white tee. I am an absolute fan and I believe that whether you work in a corporate office or environmental NGO, the white tee can work for you. I have put together 3 looks using a white v-neck tee from Pick n Pay.
I have always loved a great pair of shoes. And then I became a mom and fancy gave way to sensible and sensible eventually gave way to slippers. After Sophie was born I began an 18-month long stretch as a stay at home mom. Being a stay at home means turning every penny over twice before you spend it because of a single income home ain’t for fools. And when money is tight, you push yourself very far down the list of priorities.
Eventually, I went back to work and the hangover of brokenness from the single income days lingered for so long. Then Grace was born and it was like the cycle started all over again. Long story short, it’s been a minute since I’ve put myself first and last year was the first year in many years that I treated myself to the things that make me happy. The top of that happy list is shoes.
Nowadays I might be a bit more flush but I am far from wealthy, shopping within a strict budget is a reality for me, as it is for many, many South Africans. If I can find a good deal, I’m happy, if I can find a GREAT deal, I’ll sing from the frigging rooftops.
This week, I braved those hot little fitting rooms and tried on a few dresses, so you don’t have to. I can’t explain the shameless pride I feel when I find a good bargain that looks great too, so I’m sharing a few selections everyone should own and cherry on top – they’re each under R200!