Beautiful, stylish and authentic were my first thoughts when walking into the Just Cruizin store in the Cape Quarter. The shop makes one immediately feel at home, with inviting colours and prints, materials that are soft and cosy and not to mention a shop assistant that is friendly and helpful.
Just Cruzin prides themselves on being a truly South African brand, and they believe that through simplicity in their design, quality woven garments and competitive prices, they are making a ripple in the South African fashion market. Starting from humble beginnings in Green Market Square in 1985, the fashion brand was founded by a tight knit family, run by Hans and Amanda Kamhoot. The Kamhoots consider all of their staff, whether working in the factory or in the store, as an integral part of their brand. Another aspect that sets them apart from most other South African brands is that they are a vertical operation which included our own dye house etc under one roof. There are many operations with design, cutting etc, but none which include their own dye house too.
Spreading their wings and growing their franchise to the rest of South Africa, the Cape Quarter was a natural choice of location for the Kamhoots, who felt the shopping centre epitomised “Cape Town”. The brick walls, exposed stone and metal work all appealed to them, and perfectly mirror what they have created in their factory spaces in Woodstock. Since opening six years ago, they have thoroughly enjoyed their success and looked forward to a new chapter as well as another six years under their belt.
If you are looking to spruce up your winter wardrobe, then their winter range is definitely something you can’t help but fall in love with. The range is filled with natural tones of dusky lilacs, greys and topaz, all made with luxurious viscose fleece and viscose linens.
Operating hours: 09:00 – 18h00