I must admit that thrift markets have never really been my scene, or maybe I just haven’t cared much for them but last Saturday morning I dragged by sister along with me to visit one. Suffice it to say I was really taken by the whole event. I loved the selection of vintage themed stalls, each similar but incredibly different and the whole atmosphere was electric, nothing but friendly faces, good food and even better music.
Last week I linked up with an old friend of mine, Amo and we decided to do a shoot at +27 Café in Hatfield, Pretoria. This was the second time we do a shoot together but I think this time around we really understood each other better and our shooting styles. In terms of my outfit,
Lerato back at it with the Coats & Perspex! This time around I’m lampshading. What’s lampshading you ask? Well initially I also had no idea what that meant but simply put it’s the term used to describe the oversized T-shirt paired with over-the-knee boots trend. Once you get that mental picture going the term lampshading starts making a little more sense.
There is no arguing that dusty pink is fast becoming a go-to colour and will have you looking bang on trend in an instant. I have to admit though that this was probably the first time I consciously wore something pink, deviating from my usual inclination to wear dark colours.