DRESSED © for 2003
1. Khanyi Dhlomo
Lady Panache is a true
leader in understanding the art of understated elegance. Minimalism
is the key to her numerous nominations as a well dressed personality
in and outside South Africa.
2. Frene Ginwala
She makes me
proud to be a South African. She covers all that is necessary and
dresses a very difficult figuretype with flair and
3. Basetsana Khumalo
She still tries too much;
nevertheless she belongs on the list. She is sometimes a little
flamboyant but is definitely a very elegant and graceful dresser.
Less is sometimes more.
4. Melleney Samsudin
In the past,
I wondered, now I know...she matures like red wine. Although never
having won a miss SA title, she often looks like a beauty queen. Our
own pretty woman.
5. Jane Raphaely
What a dame! She has a
stately quality in her ensembles, and always emphasises the
6. Michelle Botes
If only I could name a rose
after her...She understands that it is important to adapt with
fashion, and to take out of fashion what suits your age, your
figure, and the occasion you attend. I have never seen Michelle not
looking the best she can look!!
7. Amor Vittone
now that "the two sinners" never popped out of that very beautiful
8. Felicia Mabuza-Suttle
high on the worse-dressed list, Felicia has come a long way, but she
is finally getting there! She now has the figure, she now has the
9. Brümilda v Rensburg
For now she is excused for
the one mistake she made. In general she dresses her 10/10 figure
with chic, flair, and finesse.
10. Ruda Landman
unfussiness and proves that journalists do not always have to look
as if they are working. There is nothing wrong with finding a style
that works for you, and wearing it often. Just not too often! A"
tini wini’ bit of accessorising from time to time maybe?
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© for 2003
1. Christina Storm
The surname is very
becoming...Attractive features should always be emphasized.
Christina emphasizes so many features that she leaves me devastated.
I have no idea where to focus???
2. The Barones
graceful and as stylishly as she appears to be, the jewels are often
too flaunting, the skirts too short, the make-up too much, the
mannerisms too showy, but then again...are there really women like
3. Brenda Fassie
I have never seen her stylishly
dressed! I seriously advise followers of elegant dressing to search
elsewhere for a style icon. It does sometimes happen that
individuals might not care about style and elegance. The evidence
then lies in their shocking attempts.
??? She is a painstaking dresser, but not a
correct dresser. We have a motto in the trade: dark coloured fabrics
make smaller, and lighter coloured fabrics make bigger. She gets the
neckline right from time to time.
5. Mara Louw-Thomson
much too often! "Kyk my hartjie oorbelle! Ek het hulle al weer aan!"
Is it possible that she ran out of originality and some days might
not have really cared about what ensembles should have been worn? On
those days it is vital to rather stay at home.
6. Zola Budd
"Women are made to be loved, not
understood"...Oscar Wilde. It is often said that she does not want
to be in the public eye, and fashion style-wise it is
7. Letoya Makhene
Her dress sense for
bottom half is disastrous. If you find any part of your figure
difficult to dress, wear a darker colour, a good fitting and rather
ignore it. I can look at her eyes end her necklines for days on
8. Michelle Mclean
Although I often find her
sophisticatedly dressed, I have to question if it might not be time
to cover the tummy?
9. Monique Strydom
Yellow is a very
scary colour for some to wear. If a colour does not suit you well,
you may still wear it, but never sooooo close to the
10. Since there is no official list for men in SA, he
gets his own list...Johan Stemmet
Oi vey, oi vey, oi vey, We know he
is not a woman. Will anyone else wear those waistcoats? A change in your wardrobe is
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