SA fashion week is over, and we’ve got all the best trends that celebs fashionistas will be rocking for the next year.

Another edition of SA fashion week just came to an end. Our most talented designers showcased stunning styles and inspired us to put together these looks.

The likes of Nomuzi Mabena and K Naomi all attended SA fashion week, while Lerato Kganyago and Maps Maponyane turned heads on the runway.

We hit up Zando for all the trends from SA fashion week you can wear right now:

African prints

Like many designers all over the world, Mantsho by Palesa Mokubung and No Shade both showed proudly African prints. Our prints never go out of style and can be worn for any occasion.

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Printed drawstring dress, R1499
Printed wrap dress, R1699

Crochet

Helen Rodel brought crochet back to the fashion circuit in a big way. In different colours and styles, she showed that crochet is not just for baby’s jerseys anymore.

Blue cream crochet vest top, R419

Cream crochet cardigan, R199

Crocs

‘Ugly fashion’ isn’t going anywhere. Wanda Lephoto accessorized with Crocs on his runway, so you might want to get yourself a pair before its too late.

Black crocs, R399
Flat purple Crocs, R339

Red and white

Valentine’s Day might have been quite some time ago, but Afrogrunge and Thebe Magugu are still in love with red and white. Instead of pairing red and white together, rock a top with red and white prints and a pair of jeans and muted accessories.

Red and white top, R429

Peplum red and white top, R850

Shirt dress

Birth and Danielle Frylinck showed off flattering shirt dresses on their runways. For formal or casual occasions you can’t go wrong with a good shirt dress.

Khaki shirt dress, R399
Navy tie front shirt dress, R289

Pinstripes

Yes, pinstripes are back in fashion, just ask SA designer Danielle Frylinck. Now, before you go and buy a pinstripe suit, you might want to try more practical pieces like this cute playsuit or dress.

Blue playsuit, R309

Black pinstripe dress, R379

Asymmetrical

Asymmetrical clothing is always stylish and very flattering. Mmuso Maxwell and Hse of Bespoke showed asymmetrical garments and we can bet that this trend is going to be huge next year.

Metallic asymmetrical skirt, R599

Black ruffle shift dress, R299