702 Small Business Awards

Feel fabulous, look good, choose 'Just Tonight Josephine'

702 and Sage One have been asking you to nominate small businesses you’ve dealt with that prove that bigger isn’t always better.

Elizabeth Trollope nominated Just Tonight Josephine for the great quality of their outfits and their service which goes above and beyond.

Elizabeth says when she took her daughter to look for a matric dress Just Tonight Josephine made an enormous effort to show them what was available.

She says they helped her fit the dresses to see what was right for her and provided her with different accessories to see the overall effect.

Elizabeth says when her daughter attended the last dance they also supplied an outfit for her partner which complemented her dress perfectly.

As a mother Elizabeth says she was able to sit back, relax and enjoy the process, something that does not happen when choosing clothes with teenage girls.

Elizabeth says it was great to see her daughter look beautiful.

She says Just Tonight Josephine adjusts the outfit to fit you and even keeps a register of who wears what to each dance so there are no duplications.

Listen as Just Tonight Josephine owner Lynn Driver chats to Xolani Gwala.


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