Glamour’s most Glamorous 2017

Glamour’s most Glamorous is an initiative taken by Glamour magazine to honor their top 10 most Glamorous ladies in the country (South Africa) . These honorees are ladies who not only dress well but also inspire other women by the way they lead their lives. The top 10 selected ladies are then honored at a sophisticated soirée.

You may then ask yourself, what is GLAMOUR? I took this question straight to the dictionary so as to not misrepresent these unique qualities by using my own words.

synonyms:
allure, attraction, attractiveness, fascination, charm, enchantment, captivation, magic, romance, mystique, exoticism, spell;

Well, I totally agree that all these ladies possess these qualities.

My top favorites are Dineo Moeketsi, Allysa Cole and Lulama Wolf. In every way, these ladies ooze glamour. Be it they’re dressed for a casual day to day look to attending events, they’re always representing themselves well.

This years 10 honorees:

– Allysa Cole

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– Cara Frew

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– Dineo Moeketsi

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– Lulama Wolf

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– Mishka Patel

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– Boity Thulo

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– Jenna McArthur
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– Taryn Louch

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– Enhle Mbali Maphumulo

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– Marianne Fassler

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I do however wish they had included another lady into this category. SA blogger, stylist and brand influencer -Sarah Langa Mackay. And in the upcoming lists in years to come, I believe LeaAnne Dlamini and Ayanda Thabethe deserve a spot up there.

– Sarah Langa Mackay

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Anyway, want in on all the Glamorous action? Well, Glamour currently has a competition running for one lucky reader to join them for a magical evening. I found it quite an interesting move by Glamour to create such an exciting experience for their reader – it’s a thumbs up from me! Check out how you can enter by simply visiting their website below.

What are your thoughts on the selection of honorees?

Image source: http://glamour.co.za/2017/04/meet-2017s-glamours-glamourous/

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