Anelisa Mangcu is a freelance photographer and blogger of The Creative and Perfectly Tailored. She’s a self-branding success story and your fashion friend. If you know her, you’ll know a girl who is always friendly, well-articulated, interested to chat and, as you’d expect, well dressed. And she’s worked incredibly hard to make her vision happen. Her style stands out as uniquely Anelisa-esque, so we found out what her locally inspired WISHLIST is.

 

 

1 / Smith & Abrahams – 2bop Hemelse Hockey Jersey

I can always count on street culture’s finest to produce the perfect garments for a tomboy like me.

 

 

2 / Head Honcho – HH Summer 2014 Range – Female Range

I have been fortunate witnessing the start of this brand and watching it grow into the empire that it is.

 

 

3 / Fundi – Jaggard Tripod Table Lamp Grey

It is crafted from linen and viscose, and will complete any contemporary living or working space.

 

 

4 / MaXhosa by Laduma

A local designer that has taken traditional Xhosa attire by storm, with his modern approach to knitwear.

 

 

5 / Simon Deporres  – jacket

I love wearing menswear.

 

 

 

 

 

6 / Missshape – Thithi Nteta for Missshape Ambassadors – Army green Biker Dress

It is a classic piece that can be dressed up or worn casually.

 

 

7 / Young and Lazy – Big Logo Crewneck

You can never go wrong with a minimalistic designed crew neck.

 

 

8 / Alice Toich Art

She is an incredible qualified designer and artist whose pieces should be invested in.

 

 

9 / Jade De Waal’s cookbook – Food Jamming with Jade

Each recipe is based on staple ingredients, keeping in mind good food, on a budget, with limited time and cooking equipment. This book is perfect for an amateur like me.

 

food jamming with Jade

 

10 / SULTAN by Taahir Isaacs – Jacket

My business partner and overall designer who is incredibly talented and perfects everything he does. See me wearing it here.

 

 

 

Explore more local gift ideas in our product listing and see the stores who stock them in our directory.

 

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