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By unknown | Jan 28, 2010 | COMMENTS [ 0 ]

THIS year the theme of the annual J&B Met is all about colour.

As you know we girls love things and have been attending, "The Met" as we fondly call it for the last decade. Our routine for the day is simple - we wake up, bathe, get our make-up done and then go out and search for a hairstylist or salon.

Iko Mash is usually on hand to do our make-up at a fee.

The fabulous salon we would recommend is right in front of greenmarket Square.

Then at about 11am we get into a bus or car, depending on whether or not we want to inconvenience ourselves by looking for our car among thousands parked in an open field, and off to Kenilworth race track we go.

We spend time betting, walking around, watching a Carducci show, trying to ignore the most current Miss SA since they always make her come to our marquee. It is a day of leisure and only ends after 8pm.

So do not forget to pace yourself with the alcohol. Drink plenty of water, wear a good hat.

Uyanda Mbuli has made many outfits for celebs attending The Met this year and they are practical and stunning.

Wear flat shoes as your heels will sink into the grass. Carry a bag that will hold your phone, make-up and a tampon.

Oh, we heard JJ Schoeman designed the dress Miss SA Nicole Flint will wear to The Met. We hear it is a colourful dress in a light flowing fabric with an abstract hat.

Two more days until The Met and if you are joining us girls go to Woodstock and find Rex Trueform, which sells Queens Park's previous stock and across the road you will find a factory shop which sells Zoom shoes for just R50.

See you in Cape Town!


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