Day 3 #MBFWJ17 Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Johannesburg 2017

The third and final day of #MBFWJ17 did not disappoint as boudoir beauties and sequins silhouettes ended the fashion extravaganza off on a bang.
A unique polka-dot-print on sheer material was featured in various styles with extravagant floral embroidery.
Bringing bedroom beauty to the runway, Tsotetsi KL’s range included sheer tulle and exposed corset details, offering a sophisticated nod to intimacy.
From pineapples to pelicans, there were many fun and funky tropic prints showcased in this collection, all delicately printed on summery silk chiffon.
Bold side stripes have been a featured trousers trend, yet VIZUVLGVDŠ takes it further, incorporating diagonal angles in silver shades for this sports-inspired trend.
Dusty-pink mesh moulded into peplum styles perfectly symbolised the combination of soft beauty and power #GirlBoss.
Influences of bedroom dressing continue to creep through mainstream design details, as seen in Stephanie Morland’s slip pieces in nude tones.
Classic pieces received a rejuvenated zing from eye-catching lime and pink colours.
Fairy-tale frocks flowed across the runway with an eye-catching contrast between delicate floral details and layered geometric caging in pastel tones.
Our fabulous fuller-figured females will be spoilt for choice with Asian blooms on a silky satin canvas.
And what’s a fashion show without a little sparkle? Ruff Tung’s rainbow sequins brought out everyone’s inner mermaid.
With a collection consisting of full black or white creations, Shana Morland’ romantic lace finishes remain ravishing.
Picking up on the black-and-white colour palette, this range features strategic trims in standout black and white, to ensure that every feature on a women’s body is noted and appreciated.
Blue-and-white colour combinations have led to the creation of this Grecian-goddess range, with waist belts and side stripes adding a modern touch.
It is safe to say that fashion in South Africa is in good hands with these talented designers and their visions for what our wardrobe should look like in the coming season.
bye for now

Published by Mikaela Oosthuizen

Instagram: @mikaelaoosthuizen Twitter: @smilemikaela Miss South Africa 2016 Finalist BA Media Communication and Culture student Miss SA Teen 2010 (youngest ever title holder and first from Port Elizabeth)

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