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Why not get these signature pieces in its original state at a shop that specialises in what your mom used to wear?
Vintage clothing stores in Cape Town are wonderfully nostalgic - not just for the comforting, musty scent, but also for the history connected to each garment. Second Time Around Having been around since 1972 (which makes it somewhat vintage in its own right), the recently refurbished Second Time Around, is one of Cape Town’s oldest, and perhaps most well-known, original vintage clothing stores.
Food, jazz and gospel tours introduce a broad spectrum of cultural experiences, and no visit is complete without at least one full day exploring some of the surrounding vine-carpeted valleys, their rich terroir spawning not only award-winning wines but superb produce, accounting for some of the best (and most affordable) fine dining in the world.
It’s a city that has only really been open to the world for the last two decades, and - at R17/18 to £1 – still offers excellent value for money, and a sense of new discovery.
Yet Cape Town has a cool urban edge, too: excellent art galleries, hip bars, world-rated restaurants, design-savvy shops, and home to Africa's innovative artists and designers, drawn by the city's innate beauty.
Certainly it has always been the most cosmopolitan city in Southern Africa: the Dutch who planted the first gardens and built the sombre Castle of Good Hope in 1666 were followed by the French, who augmented the wine-making skills and gabled homesteads of the original colonists; Malay slaves brought spices and minarets; the English left Georgian mansions and Victorian terraced homes, and refugees from all over Africa have made their way south to seek their fortune in the shadow of its flat-topped mountain.
It is surrounded by three mountains ranges, Witzenberg Mountain range in the east, Obiqua Mountains in the west and Winterhoek Mountains in the north.
While in Tulbagh visitors can taste hand made cheeses and locally grown olives and olive oils as well.
By the looks of the trends in fashion today one would have to say ‘old’ is the new ‘new’.
Various designers and clothing stores have incorporated the look and feel of yesteryear in their fashion pieces.
There's never a dull moment, with rails that’s always jam packed with a constant flow of new stock.