Archive for 2016

28 December 2016


By Musa Bwanali The most exciting season to dress up is summer, and with summer come the rains. While we’re singing praises for the much needed downpour, dressing up on a rainy day can be such a drag.  A big part of being “stylish” is dressing appropriate for the situation, and the weather. Since the weather is showing no signs of letting up for the week, here are some top tips on dressing your best, despite the wind and rain. Weather report first. An easy way to “stand out from the crowd” ...
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21 December 2016

Fashion likes Fitness

By Paul Bako When you feel good you look good. Fitness will take your fashion game to the next level and the beauty of it is you do not have to do much to achieve that goal, so grant your fashion a friend in fitness. Briefly imagine that fashion as you know it was a person. Even the loner seeks company once in a while. If fashion had a playmate, who would that playmate be? Fitness. It is something everybody knows but few talk about and even less can marry it ...
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14 December 2016


By Musa Bwanali In this season of gift- giving, there is one fundamental aspect that tends to be overlooked – gift etiquette. Gifts serve many purposes, showing appreciation and bringing pleasure while building and maintaining relationships. When well chosen, gifts can lift your spirit, while a poorly chosen gift can leave you looking more disingenuous than generous. Here’s a basic guide to the dos and don’ts of gift-giving: Don’t buy gifts that are geared toward self-improvement, such as weight-loss videos, exercise programs, or books on how to improve your public speaking skills. ...
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7 December 2016


By Musa Bwanali The office Christmas party is a great event to dress up for, but it's not always easy to decide on what to wear. Interpreting dress codes on invites during the holiday season can be tricky and people have become more creative with their outfits. On one hand, you don't want to come off as a bore to colleagues and clients, but you also don't want to be over the top either, keeping in mind that a certain kind of decorum is still expected. Here are some ideas to ...
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30 November 2016


By Paul Bako The Christmas season is here and that means a variety of parties to attend. The modern man certainly cannot call on every function for which his presence has been requested but for the few he can and definitely will he has to be the ultimate clotheshorse making sure that his outfits suit the occasion and complement his already dashing comportment and debonair demeanour. There are three broad categories of events the modern man should expect to be invited to this festive season. Each requires a different approach to ...
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16 November 2016

Summer Fabric Guide.

By Musa Bwanali When dressing up in summer, the fabric of the garment is as important (if not more) as the design. The wrong type of fabric will have you sweaty and uncomfortable in no time as some tend to trap heat by providing an insulating layer over the skin. Other fabrics tend to reflect heat back to the body and inhibit the outward flow of warm, moist air and this is often true of synthetic fibres, such as polyester.  Another important factor is the ability of a material to absorb ...
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15 November 2016

The Fashion Extravaganza App

It’s Summer in the City! In celebration of the annual Fashion Extravaganza, Edgars has a special gift for you - The Fashion Extravaganza App. Just like the summer collections at Edgars, it is vi-brant, sleek, and trendy. The mobile app has an array of features that will take your Edgars experience to the next level. You can post your summer look, browse other submissions, and like your favourite. The app is also the perfect place for fashion inspiration. Browse the hottest trends, designs and styles that are available at Edgars stores. This ...
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1 November 2016

Madlelenyoni & Samlodi Primary Schools

Rural schools in Zimbabwe have, over the past 2 years, benefitted immensely from the Club Cash Challenge donations. While the lucky individual winner walks away with a cash prize, the real impact of the competition is in the donations that are made to a rural school of the winner’s choice. These donations contribute to the development of the school in areas of infrastructure and equipment. Recently, we received letters from two schools that received donations thanks to the Club Cash Challenge. The winner of the Dec 2015 – Jan 2016 ...
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24 October 2016

Fashion Crimes: Underwear

Musa Bwanali As I stood in line waiting to be served at a local supermarket the other day, I noticed a lady two queues down wearing a beautiful summer dress. The curious cat in me was hoping the queue would move a little faster so I would be able to compliment her and of course ask her where she bought the dress (you would have too, so please don’t judge me). With one more person in front of me, she was served, and as she walked toward our till I was ...
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18 October 2016

Summer Must-Have: Pastel

Musa Bwanali The warm weather brings with it a new season in the world of  fashion. Colours get brighter and fabrics get lighter. Pack away your classic black and whites, its time to try out something fresh – pastels! Lemon lime, lime, aquafresh, emerald olive, electric blue, cerulean, milk caramel, velvety peach, pale pink, powdery mint, banana, guava, lavender and baby blue, pink…these are just some of the interesiting pastels that you must have in your wardrobe this summer. The best thing about these colours? You can wear them from day to ...
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