PICS: See all the best looks from the Nedbank International Polo

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The Nedbank International Polo event took place this past Saturday, and provided us with loads of fashion inspo as guests made classic polo style their own. We're looking forward to updating our summer wardrobes even more now.

From Basetsana Kumalo looking every bit of polo chic to Boity in an eclectic black and white piece, this year’s fashion was distinct and playful. 

Here are some of our favourite seen at the stylish event: 

READ MORE: #MondayMotivation: Tent dresses might be better an ever better complement to spring than florals

Kefilwe Mabote


Boity 

Lalla Hirayama

Khanya Mkangisa 

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A day at the polo with @heineken_sa

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Dr Nokukhanya Khanyile 

K Naomi Noinyane 

Sarah Langa Mackay 

Basetsana Kumalo 

Lerato Mphahlele

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And everything I do is all yellow ?? #nedbankintlpolo

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