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.
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.