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If you want something different, then you need to come to the centre of town to Long Street. It's busy, viby and you will find little stores you won't find elsewhere in the city.



It's best to park in or around Long Street and then walk so you will find the gems. Let me show you just a few of my favourite stores.



Mungo and Jemima are great supporters of South African fashion designers. Across the road, you will find a little store called MEMEME, also a supporter of South African designed fashion and accessories. Then there is this little store called Bibette. They stock a combination of vintage clothing and original South African designs.



One of my favourite things to do in Long Street is to go vintage shopping. There are quite a few stores in Long Street, but I like Second Time Around best of all. You can find second hand clothing and real vintage pieces at prices that won't break the bank. For more details click here http://secondtimearound.co/



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In this video I show you two of my favorite jewelery studios in Cape Town.



I'm here at the Black Betty Jewelery studio. What I like, is that there are bold and delicate pieces to choose from. This studio works on an appointment only basis, but it's worth the effort. You will see some of Black Betty jewelery in other stores, but you get the most variety from here. Alternatively, you can view the collection online http://www.blackbettydesign.com/

Black Betty is South African designed.



Here is Olive Green Cat which houses Philippa Green. Her designs are very bold. She is is especially known for her combination of metal and perspex. For more details click here http://philippagreen.com/









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In this video I take you around the Old Biscuit Mill and show you some delightful stores close by that you may not have seen before.



I'm at the Old Biscuit Mill in Albert Road, Salt River. This is an amazing place to shop. You must come on a Saturday as there are a whole bunch of market stalls that you won't see during the week. There is also a Neighbourgoods market with plenty to eat and drink.



What is great about the Old Biscuit Mill is that there are local designers both in the market stalls as well as the stores. It's definitely a place to look for something different.



Across the road is the Salt River Arcade. This houses one of my favourite shoes stores, That Shoe Lady. She stocks Dr Martin and Jeffery Campbell. To see more or shop online click here http://thatshoelady.co.za/



Walking down Albert road, I found the Woodstock Co-Op. It's here that I found this divine South African leather designer, Gaztetxea. You can have your items custom made to fit you.



While shopping, I had a great cup of coffee at The Caffeine Dealer.



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Welcome to the 'Where to shop in Cape Town' series. In the next few videos I'm going to show you some of the best and most interesting places to shop in and around the city. If you are a visitor coming to our beautiful city, you will know just where to go. Or you might even be a local and are just bored with the regular places you shop. This will give you some inspiration.



In this video, I show you around the V&A Waterfront and tell you why it's not only one of the top tourist destinations, but also a good place to shop.



there are many shopping malls in Cape Town, so what is different about this one? Besides the beautiful views of Table Mountain, he V&A Waterfront has many flag ship stores of the chain stores, which means more variety to choose from. It also houses stand alone stores like Australian brand, Witchery, that are usually just seen as a store within a store elsewhere in the city.



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Italian women walk a lot, especially in the cities. This means they need to be comfortable, but they never forget the style. In this video I am going to show you how to wear comfortable shoes with Italian style.



I was amazed to see that Italian women are actually quite short. In fact… I was tall there… I loved that. I noticed how much you have to walk if you live in an Italian city. There is no time to go hobbling around in stilettos. Well, the Italian women know how to do this with style.



How to achieve this look:



1. Choose stylish flats. Wearing flats doesn’t mean you have to look dowdy, quite the contrary. In fact, around the world, flat shoes are outselling high heels. The higher demand for flat shoes, means designers are having to get creative and provide what the modern woman wants.



These boots are a great example. I did get in Italy, but look around for shoes or boots that have just a touch of a heel for support, but not too high. Then wear them with confidence! Often we think we need a heel to feel confident. Not anymore.



2. Look out for flatforms. This is the latest trend. Here you can have extra height and comfort. Make sure the shoe has some tilt. This makes them easy to walk in and balance in. Flat flat flatforms can make you feel like you are stomping around on stilts.



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