Sissy Boy's strip sale

Don’t miss out on Sissy Boy’s strip sale.

Boots are R450, coats are R600, denims are R500, dresses are R350 , flats are R200, heels are R250, knitwear is R300 , skirts are R250, sport shoes are R400, tops are R250, trousers are R300, and jackets are R500.

This sale is not only available in store but online.

Available while stocks last.




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