A week ago Mr Price launched an early peek at the hottest items in their Autumn/Winter range, coming to stores in a month’s time. Bloggers and selected VIP shoppers got invited to the event in the evening, having a closed off store to their disposal to shop in. Displays with the hottest winter items, like cuffed joggers, printed track tops, statement tees, stonewashed denim and bomber jackets were lined up along a walkway. This was a chance for customers to buy Mr Price hot trends a month before their official release in stores. The event was held in Cape Town and Joburg, and was made irresistible with complimentary craft beer and coffee bars, selfie booths, butlers walking around with tasty tapas from Queen of Tarts, hanging marshmellows over burners and a dj playing pumping tunes to shop to. I worked at the event as one of the Stylista girls, one of 4 stylists on the floor to help with any styling tips and questions customers had. What a treat! A night of networking, sharing fashion stories and tips and getting spolit with Mr Price discounts and generosity. Thank you Mr Price!
Check out the Instagram snaps of the night on #mrpvip here
Pink could possibly be the most versatile colour this Spring, ranging from electric corals to tints that are barely there. Washed out tones seem to be the sophisticated favourite paired with rose gold or white, but no doubt those candy floss and flamingo tones will creep into the equation as we head towards Summer. Pick the tone of pink that works for you.
Moodboard (clockwise from left): United Colours of Benetton SS13 campaign, Louise Goldin Spring ’14 ready to wear collection, Kerin Rose Floral Frenzy sunglasses, Pantone mug in blossom pink at Spark Living, geometric satchel from Mr Price, pink flamingo.