Firstly, my humblest apologies for the silence. So much has been happening over the past few weeks which I will be sharing all about in due time, starting with my recent involvement with Ergo Zen (EZ).
I first came across EZ during the Mandela Bay Fashion Week 2016 and fell in love with the soft, quality fabric and unique designs. EZ was 1 of the 2 winners of the MBFW 2016. I met Nozuko Ngcizela, EZ’s talented designer/owner a few weeks after the fashion show and shortly thereafter became the official ambassador for her A/W 2017 collection! The range is currently available at The Space, Baywest Mall and can be purchased on their website http://www.ergozen.space
About Ergo Zen
Ergo Zen was created out of a passion for soft blended cotton fabric, the gentle feel and comfort provided to the skin when covered by the fabric and the moisture wicking properties found in the synthetic material used to produce it. The synthetic material has a peculiar ability to draw moisture away from the skin to the exterior of the clothing where it can be absorbed more easily.
The word “Ergo” means consequently and is also a combining form meaning “work”. The use of the word “Zen” is within line of promoting an increasingly meditative culture among all human beings. Ergo Zen Clothing is clothing that works for the individual wearing it and not for the crowd… Ergo Zen is EZwear
About This Look
This comfortable yet stylish harem jumpsuit is cut from premium blended cotton. It is available in a beautiful rust colour perfect for Autumn. I’ve paired it with nude lace up heels, an oatmeal clutch and a string choker.
Harem Jumpsuit by Ergo Zen, The Space Baywest, R995.
Lace up Gladiators by Kitibella, R595.
Clutch by New Look, R349.
Swarovski crystal stud earrings by Jenni Gault International, R550.