Supportlocal has been making it’s rounds on all social platforms for the past few years now. If you don’t by now know what is means to support local, why have you been sleeping? Supporting local means literally that. Supporting small and local businesses in our own cities and country. Our country has many people with enormous talent, hustling to make their business successful and we can help them achieve that by supporting their brands.
In this post, I am wearing 3 local brands. Shop March Eleven, Shop Brett Robson and Mr Price. Now you’re probably thinking, MRP is an international brand. Yes, it is but it is originally a South African brand which started back in 1987 as a factory store in Durban. Way before the #supportlocal hashtag was even thought of. MRP has grown bigger over past years and has expanded to other African countries and Australia.
I’ve mentioned Shop March Eleven in one of my previous posts. I bought a sparkly two piece from them sometime last year. In this post I am wearing just the shorts from the two piece. I like that it is versatile enough to mix and match with other items and how long do my legs look in dem shorts, Yasss Girl! Follow @shopmarcheleven.
I’ve paired the shorts with the Noxie one shoulder top from Shop Brett Robson. I love how different the top is from just a regular off the shoulder crop top. Brett Robson’s brand has many items like this. Different yet so chic and that’s what I love about the brand. I can pair this top with a pair of jeans for a casual look or like I have here, with sparkly pants for a more dressed up look.
I’ve listed a few other local brands below for you to check out.
There are many more.
I believe that if we keep supporting smaller brands they can reach new heights just like Mr Price has. Will you be supporting local?
Top – Shop Brett Robson | Shorts – Shop March Eleven | Shoes – Mrp Price
Photography – Hughan Milborrow