Fash fans, our second-ever #COSMOInfluencerIssue is waiting for you to purchase – hawt on shelves! Starring it girl and screen kween, Kim Jayde Robinson, in TDF sportswear mixed with an ’80s feel. See all the slayin’ fashion lewks in our Shop The Shoot video for some major fashion inspo and naughty online shopping along the way #TreatYoSelf ❤
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Shop Kim Jayde’s Looks Here:
1 Cycling Shorts
How cute are these 80s inspired cycling shorts? We love the zebra-print side stripe detail that adds just the right amount of sass. Pair these with a pair of heels and you’re ready for a girls night out!
2 Track Jacket
We’ve welcomed the track trend with open arms this season. Make for #StyleGoals in this athleisure jacket.
3 Neon Crop Top
Neon is a trend that you just can’t ignore. Firstly, because it’s so bright it literally attracts your eyeballs and secondly, because it’s just down right LIT! Bring splashes of fluorescent hues into your wardrobe with a sporty crop top, for a fun look.
4 Leopard Print Dress
By now we’re sure y’all already own at least one leopard item but mix things up and opt for a dress in an acid animal print.
5 Chunky Sneakers
We cannot shut up about the dad sneaker and do you blame us? We may even be considering them as the new heel and a staple to elevate you look in under five. Rock these bad boys to the office or on date night.
6 Retro Sunnies
Addicted to sunnies? So are we! Add these fifties-meets-the-future inspired glasses to your summer collection and feel the HEAT!
Make sure to check out our March issue RN for more style tips and tricks. Happy shopping! Tweet us @CosmopolitanSA #COSMOStyle #COSMOInfluencerIssue
Read: Watch Kim Jayde Robinson Play F@ck, Marry, Kill
The Fab Crew:
Talent: Kim Jayde Robinson
Videographer: Lufuno Ramadwa
Photographer: Elena Iv-Skaya
Fashion Assistant: Amber Barker
Fashion Interns: Holly Beckley
Hair: Justine Alexander
Makeup: Michelle-Lee Collins
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