Beauty & Fashion

Wild n’ Carefree

Wild n’ Carefree

Some of spring/summer 2017’s hottest trends in denim paired with Espadril’s creative tropical animal inspirational collection – ‘HEAT’ are bringing a sexy, animalistic vibe to this season’s fashion for the confident, wild and carefree woman you are.


1. Unfinished Bottom Hem

Taking the idea of distressed denim to a new low with unfinished/frayed hems. Crop Skinny Isa Jeans, Mango, R699

This cropped trend pairs fabulously with the viby Red Espadril, R800 and a pretty  Rosemary Wild Flower Printed Scarf from Old Khaki, R225.

2. Embroidery

Floral prints are fair game for any fabric in the upcoming season! Denim pants, are  getting a touch of colour for the upcoming warmer months. Harvest Skinny Embroidered Denim, Poetry, R799.

Wear these statement denims with a gorgeous cotton lace blouse, R1499, some colourful tinted sunglasses from H&M, R199 and to finish a must-have Black Espadril, R800.



3. Distressed

If you’re not a huge fan of the skin tight jeggings well you’re in luck because this upcoming season is much about distressed denim. Skinny Ankle Jeans, H&M, R629.

These playful pants will look perfect with a brightly coloured Tilly Tier Camie from Forever New, R599 and the fun Mexican Espadril, R800.  



  1. Sculpt and Lift

Sculpt and lift your bottom for the perfect sculpted silhouette. If you want the perfect denim booty then these ones are for you! Sculpt-and-life bootleg jeans, Woolworths, R499.

Complete the look with an off the shoulder Bethany Balloon Sleever Bardot top from Forever New, R799 and the embroidered Denim Tiger Espadril, R900 for a perfect girls day out.



  1. Legs- for- days

High rise jeggings are your go-to skinny jeans this season. High Rise Grazer Skinny Jean Urban Mid Blue, Cotton On, R599.


For a super cute weekend look pair it with a wide band straw hat from H&M, R199, an Adventura satchel made from 100% recycled, hand cut leather from Soho Boho Jewels, R750 and the oh so cute Toucan Esapdril, R850.





















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