Well known global fashion retail store LC Waikiki have just launched their first SA store in the ever popular Menlyn Park Shopping Centre, and I must say I am quite liking this affordable and trendy store!

They are planning on opening stores in Sandton City and Tygervalley as well before the end of the year, and bringing their funky and well priced womens, mens, teenagers and baby ranges to the South African market.

LC Waikiki brings a unique dynamic price management to a very competitive retail market which will see shoppers enjoy discounts on specific merchandise each week and monthly stock overhaul. With a big team of designers creating different lines of clothing, the company sells its own exclusive designs where approximately 436 million garments are sold a year and new goods delivered to the stores daily.

The Turkish brand, which has more than 880 stores in three continents, shares that their company slogan is that “everyone deserves to dress well.” Serving the needs of the entire family, product ranges will encompass new-born, kids, teens; maternity and adult collections, people can dress according to their style and budget.

“Our customers visiting our store may purchase shoes and t-shirts at a price starting with 129 ZAR, jeans at a price starting with 299 ZAR, all containing LC Waikiki’s quality. We aim to offer quality products to our customers at affordable prices and carry out product quality studies with the consultancy of our professional team and in this direction, we created serious control stages in our production process” says İlker Hacıoğlu – International Retail Assistant General Manager Africa & Asia.

I bought a very cool studded biker jacket and a sequined black dress (keep an eye on my IG feed to see images soon!) for around R 900 – not too bad, and they are really cool. I will certainly be shopping here again.

PS – there are currently 20% discounts on all stock until 27th July in store.

Find out more here…

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