This Tuesday – Choose happiness, forgive, laugh, love and live. We have one life. It may truly be the only opportunity to make a difference. And don’t forgot – you may as well step up and stand out!
Keagan is waving SA flag high, all over the world. I had the opportunity to interview him, while he was preparing for Stockholm and Copenhagen fashion week.
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Over the last few months, I coached the Mr and Miss Parow High school finalists.
What an incredible journey its been, to witness them transform from teens to young men and women.
There were no more deserving winners than Natasha and Jordan. They wowed the judges with their dedication, character, poise and personality.
It was an honour to coach and be ‘judge’ these remarkleable men and woman.
A huge congratulations to Miss Kelly Mckenzie and Mr Rickus Swanepoel for creating this ‘showcase’. It was a pageant of note!
Next year promises to be even more spectacular! Watch the space ladies and gentlemen!
It is always an honour to be featured in any media, be it print or any other platforms. There are so many phenonimal women, who do amazing work, and I am humbled being celebrated in this manner. Mika Williams wrote a story based on my career, achievements and community and charity.
We often rank our self worth based on unrealistic standards, which we will never be able to achieve. If we can just love ourselves, remind ourselves that our scars are proof that we survived, and focus on our strengths, we will be stronger, healthier women, who impact the next generation.
Thank you for such an amazing story Mika!
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Meagan Duckitt, of Parow Valley, is no stranger to the glitz and glam of the fashion industry. The former Miss SA semi-finalist and Mrs SA semi-finalist is also passionate about empowering young people to become the best versions of themselves. Meagan comes from humble beginnings and grew up in Matroosfontein near Elsies Rivier and attended …
I love a beautiful vintage look. And how gorgeous are the veil hats? Just delicately revealing part of the female frame.
I shot recently with ‘Shutterstevie’ and we played with a light and retro decor at the iconic Anotoli restuarant in Cape Town.
It created the most beautiful backdrop for our moody shot.
This, teamed with my chandelier choker, of – shoulder top, pleated skirt, fishnets and pointies, were enough of a recipe for a very captivating shoot.
I love moody shots! Thank you photo fundi Stephen!
I love dance. To be able to glorify God with my gift is just an absolute honour.
I was a guest at the Parousia mid year production also had the pleasure of choreographing a latin warfare song called ‘Mountain’
Photocred – Brandon Sinclair photography
This is one question that is undeniably one of the most concerning questions that affect every woman. How do I know which colour suits me? Well hun – you can pull of any colour as long as you keep the colour that does not work for you, away from the face…..Excuse me? Away from the face?
Yes – if you are blonde and struggle with dull greys and melanges, why not wear it as a ponti jacket, and wear a colour that compliments your skin in a shirt, scarf or top? Yes – it works!!! Have a look at the colours that compliment you below 🙂 And please take risks too!!
Milky – Vanillas
You have natural blonde or caramel hair colour, with blue, hazel or green eyes, and
quite fair. You look great in pastel or sorbet hues, including pinks, soft blues, mint, etc.
Dare to wear deep pinks, aquas, and brights as well!!!
Dark chocolate –
You have deep beautiful dark skin and can wear most colours! Even if you may not feel confident, you can look it!! Go for bright bold colour!!!
Don’t be afraid of golds and bronzes, this is so gorgeous on you. Make sure you do not wear
extremely deep chocs without a pop of bright lipcolour.
You are a natural red head, with freckles (in most instances)
You pull off autumn colours beautifully – Deep shades of reds, purples, browns, etc.
However, you can look pretty fiery in brights as seen above
I love how Emma Stone experiments with bold colour – yellows and oranges. You should too!
You are olive skinned and mostly brunette. You can tan beautifully and probably one of the most desired skin colours, because of your versatility.
Much like dark skins, you break rules of colour, but ensure that if you wear nude, that you add some sort of pop in colour, be it in an accessory or bold lip!
Be adventurous with your colours! Take risks, and if you are still a bit uncomfortable with bold colour, introduce it in bite sizes in your accessories. 🙂
Viva Le Diva!!
Congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on their beautiful wedding! I don’t know about you, but one could definately feel the love!
I am naturally skinny, but by no means do I believe in having an idol body. I enjoy dancing, but I also enjoy a good weekly jog and ‘at-home’ resistance training.
A Strong body, a strong mind
By no means am I 20 years anymore, but I am a firm believer in taking care of my body, my temple.
A balanced life, is a happy life.
Photocred – Shutterstevie
I love empowering, especially girls, and women who do not even realize their gifts and talents.
A few years ago I approached two young women who I firmly believed could make great ambassodors as Miss SA. One came back two years later and said she wanted to give it a try. The other, would like to grow in her studies.
Of course I was over the moon. Catch me coaching her here:
Meagan Duckitt coaching Esther – modelling
And of course, when she was ready, we went to our Miss SA regional judging, and this year it was bigger than ever, as we celebrated 60 years of the pageant history!
I was so proud of my Esther, as she was not only the youngest entrant, but from just under 100 entrants, she made it to the top 15!
An amazing achievement for a novice, don’t you think? Well done hun!
And of course – heads up to our gorgeous Ade, who was the absolute epitome of grace!