Fashion trends for a magical evening with Madame Zingara

This year Madame Zingara has delighted Cape Town by appearing at the V&A Waterfront. Sharing their mystery and joy till the end of March, Madame Zingara is an experience that does not disappoint with fashion like no other. So get lost in the ‘Theatre of Dreams’ and enjoy the outrageous fashion trends.

Madame Zingara and designer fashion at 2nd Take Cape Town

For those of you who have not heard of Madame Zingara or are confused about what it is. Here is a brief history enticing you to book tickets now. The legacy dates back to 2001, where Cape Town was home to the restaurant. It was an enchanting restaurant that had a dining experience with the ‘wild spirit of the gypsy’. In 2007, the Theatre of Dreams was born, a traveling dream where a cirque spectacular show is held.

The thrilling experience of going to the Theatre of Dreams and being part of the magic is exciting and exhilarating. Fine dining accompanied by artists who have the talent and skill that leaves a breathtaking silence and applause. The ambiance and atmosphere is perfectly created where ‘Burlesque meets Cirque du Soleil’.

Madame Zingara and designer fashion at 2nd Take Cape Town

With the theme in place, Madame Zingara is a dining experience which takes fashion to the next level. From crazy, fun and stunning outfits to wacky accessories, they have it all. The lace and frills is a trend that is always present at Madame Zingara. Sequinned dresses, glittered vests, a bustier and corsets set the tone for the ladies. The gentlemen stunned in formal shirts, top hats and waistcoats. Theses dazzling outfits were tied together with over the top accessories including feather scarves, masks, head bands and hats.

2nd Take has amazing pieces that fit into the world that is Madame Zingara. Here are some pieces that would allow you to be part of the theme and follow the trend.

This Jeannie D woman’s black sleeveless bodice dress with sequined detail is perfect. Top it off with a mask and lace gloves.

Jeannie D Womans Black Sleeveless Bodice Dress














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