Back to school style in uMhlanga
As pupils rush around retailers with their stationery lists, getting ready for school, its time to scout out the ‘coolest’ items in stores around uMhlanga. But stationery is not just for pupils as offices begin to buzz with the start of the year. From notepads adorned with artwork fit to be framed to pencil bags with a bite, this year stationery is anything but ordinary…
A wooden calculator goes against the grain in a good way at Typo.
Owning an iphone just got a lot easier with these sneaky notepads at the Crazy Store.
Sli Mfayela and son, Slindokahle were finding Dory (and book covers) at Waltons.
Pick ‘n Pay at The Crescent Shopping Centre was on point with themed pencil cases for the girls…
…and the boys
Keshrie Govender and Patrick Mpungose posed with those trusty student handbooks at Bargain Books.
Waiting for lunch break just got harder with these sushi roll pencil bags from Typo…
…and these roti pencil holders with a bite.
Param Singh and daughter Ria were talking pencil bags at the Pick ‘n Pay.
While project board for the picking was placed in colourful piles at CNA.
Glues galore stacked up at Waltons.
Angela Braun and Shelley-Dee Duffield were getting organized with 2017 diaries at Typo.
With lips zipped, orange monsters hung from the shelves, waiting in CNA.
These stunners were bringing retro back (pack) at Typo.
Paisley diaries were getting ready at Waltons.
Pink pencils stole the show at The Crazy Store.
Prancing pastel notebooks full of whimsy stacked the shelves at Typo.