South African’s A-list celebrities descended in their best style on the Greyville Racecourse on Saturday to cheer on their favourite horses and of course show off their designer frocks.
The theme for this year’s event was ‘Stars of Africa’.
Thankfully, there were more hits than misses on the day but those who got it wrong got it very wrong (cough, Zodwa).
Here’s a look at what the stars wore
Social media users crowned Boity the best dressed star at the Durban July and we couldn’t agree more.
Linda turned heads in a leopard print outfit by McCarthy Wolff.
Her bold maternity glam look had a thumb’s up from fashion critics.
Bonang came to slay!
The 32-year-old looked like a sunset queen in her ombre dress from her favourite local designer, Gert-Johan Coetzee!
“I July different,” Queen B captioned this picture.
South Africa’s favourite pantyless dancer Zodwa left very little to the imagination.
Her sheer fishnet dress left even her most loyal fans stunned.
Many labelled Zodwa’s racy number the worst look of the day.
Lasizwe’s CSquared suit was anything but ordinary. He completed the bold look with a long lace-front wig.
Thembisa was an African dream from head to toe in this stunning look
Yummy mummy Jessica looked race-day ready in a black and white dress from House of Fabrosanz.
She paired the outfit with a matching hat for a fabulous look that earned her a place on the best-dressed list.
Cassper brought major swag to the Durban July. He was one of the best dressed men at the event.
Sarah wowed in an all-white suit by Orapeleng Modutle.
“What’s stronger than a lady in a tux? Nothing!” she wrote on Instagram. She ain’t wrong!
“Pure gold babe”, Lerato Kganyago wrote about her Gert-Johan Coetzee outfit.
Ayanda was draped in a gorgeous dress by Cinnel.
Thando’s gold Orapeleng Modutle dress with puffed sleeves was a red-carpet winner.
Blue looked royal in a white outfit by Orapeleng Modutle.
Minnie’s Jessica Jane dress hugged her in all the right places.
Moozlie also stepped out in a stylish Jessica Jane look.
LootLove gave us African goddess vibes in this Zodwa Bridal x AMAI look.