GIRLS LIKE US | MIENKE

MIENKE EHLERS The first thing you’ll notice about Mienke (when she is hypothetically walking down the street towards you) is her killer legs. Then, as she gets closer you’ll think “damn, cool style” and then you’ll see her smile and when she get’s talking she’s the sweetest girl. Mienke is originally from Paarl and is now in Cape Town at the film school after completing her Degree in drama at Stellenbosch University. This is definitely not the last you will see of this talented girl. She is going to be doing big things. I’ve known Mienke since she was in…

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GIRLS LIKE US | ASHLEIGH

ASHLEIGH KAVANAGH I met Ash while doing my post-grad in Cape Town in 2016. We were grouped together for one of our major projects and besides having her Microsoft Word open, she would always have another blog or magazine website open – scrolling through the newest fashion alongside her school document. I just thought she is the coolest ever. I also remember sitting behind Ashleigh in class and seeing her laptop screen open on Superbalist. Scrolling through those shoes that none of us had the guts to wear yet. You know, those “dad-sneakers” that are top fashion now. Yep. She…

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GIRLS LIKE US | ANYA BRUWER

ANYA BRUWER Anya is a South African girl living in Cape Town. I don’t know her personally, but she is just one of the first girls that came to mind when I thought of the “Girls Like Us” feature. Her effortlessly cool style is so diverse and definitely something I learn from. Just as I think I have this girl’s style figured out, she surprises me with something completely different and oh so flippen amazing. When I first discovered Anya on Instagram, I saw a picture of her in like the chillest, but coolest clothes. And sensing that there’s more…

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GIRLS LIKE US | ALISE

I don’t necessarily draw all my inspiration from successful fashion bloggers, designers or celebrities. More often than not, it’s girls I come across through my everyday life that inspire me the most. Obviously through the people that they are, but also through their sense of fashion. I love seeing how girls like to express themselves through what they wear. This in itself is inspiring to me, but what I love the most is how they combine different brands and styles and old and new and hip and classy. Combining Zara with Mr.Price, Mango with Woolworths, Second hand store treasure with…

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