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PRINCESS VIBES WITH RENT A DRESS KENYA

 


A few weeks back I went to pick a couple of dresses for my photoshoot from Rent A Dress Kenya and the moment I walked in the store I was excited like a kid in a candy store. They have a variety of gowns and dresses fit for every occasion and if you are a lover of statement outfits then Rent A Dress Kenya store is the place you should pass by for your next outfit. The best thing about their dresses is that you can rent them for 4 days and their process is very straightforward. In case you are interested in renting a dress from them, here is how to go about it -

  • SELECT: Choose the dress/gown you like at the store and make sure it fits properly
  • PAY: Pay the rental fee and a refundable security fee of kshs 2000 per dress. This fee covers any damages.
  • ROCK: You get to keep the dress for 4 days. Take as many photos as you can
  • RETURN: Drop off the dress by the store. They will handle the dry cleaning




The price range for renting the dresses is between kshs 2000 and kshs 6000. The price depends on the gown or dress you choose. Rent A Dress Kenya is located at Astrol Petrol Station on Thika Road opposite Garden City Mall.

So you now don't have an excuse not to show up and show out at an event because Rent A Dress Kenya got you!

The gown I'm wearing is from Rent A Dress Kenya

Photography by Derick

CELEBRATING WORLD WHISKY DAY WITH GLENMORANGIE

 


Scottish Highland distillery Glenmorangie hosted Single Malt Whisky lovers and connoisseurs for a Glenmorangie’s Revolver Sensory Cocktails Experience at Revolver bar in Nairobi.

The event aimed at creating an exceptional immersion to Glenmorangie’s elegant refinement, a layered complexity that adds depth and substance to the captivating sensory taste experience.

 

Ahead of the World Whisky Day, the event brought together whisky lovers to create their own dram of Glenmorangie guided by the in-house mixologist and the guests had the chance to taste and rate each other’s cocktails as well as learn more about Glenmorangie.




Speaking at the event, Glenmorangie’s Brand Ambassador East Africa, Antoinne Chidi, said, “We are opening doors for people into our world, we are offering them fascinating whiskies with stories that pull you in, whether you know anything about whisky or not, with perceivable aromas and flavors that people can enjoy and talk about.”

 Antoine Chidi further noted, Glenmorangie remains hopeful for a brilliant 2021 and whisky lovers can expect more savory experiences.


About Glenmorangie

Welcome to Glenmorangie, lovingly distilled since 1843. Our founder, William Matheson, was a man of vision and a stickler for quality. He created a single malt whisky of particular delicacy,

smoothness and complexity of flavours that remains unrivalled today. The recipe is deceptively simple, the attention to detail quite extraordinary. Marrying the pure mineral-rich waters of the Tarlogie Springs with local golden Scottish barley, we create an exquisite mash that we then distil in the tallest malt whisky stills in Scotland to produce a purer, smoother whisky. At a dizzying

5.24 metres (over 16 ft), the necks alone are the height of a fully-grown adult male giraffe. The benefit of this obsession with height? Only the lightest and purest vapours condense into our spirit, which we then mature in our very own Missouri White Oak casks. (It takes a while, at least ten years.) Made from 100-year-old trees, seasoned for a further two after felling, these carefully selected casks impart a colour and a creamy smoothness of flavour that is pure perfection.

Of course, there are easier and quicker ways to make whisky. And there are other single malts too. But after one taste of Glenmorangie, you would never try anything else because we have an uncompromising belief in the way our whisky is created, whatever the effort or cost.

 

Responsible Drinking:

 The Glenmorangie Company advocates responsible drinking and suggests that drinkers savour Glenmorangie whiskies in moderation and in line with recommended daily guidelines for alcohol consumption.




BOSS BABE MOVES, WHERE I'VE BEEN AND ALL ABOUT MOTHERHOOD


 It feels great to be back to blogging. I was busy just living and adjusting to this new-mom life of raising my son and figuring out my next steps in life.

While I was away I ventured into a few businesses here and there that kept me busy. I started my own digital marketing Agency The Digital Loft amidst the covid 19 pandemic and we did quite well during that time. I managed to sign up a few clients, and I organized amazing events in 2020. You can read about them here and here.  

The birth of my son inspired me to start selling baby clothes online. I'm currently selling thrift baby clothes on Instagram Trendy Kids with time we shall also start bringing in new baby clothes from the ages of zero to 14 years. So if you are ever in need of baby clothes, reach out to me and I will be happy to help.


Motherhood has also been a great journey, taking care of my son has been a roller coaster of emotions. Some days have been really good and memorable, like him taking his first steps, giving him his first haircut. Other days have been hectic like when he was teething, the sleepless nights I had because of the excruciating pain he went through right before his first set of teeth grew. There is a day I rushed him to the hospital because I thought that he was really sick. Only to get to the hospital and the doctor told me he's teething and he prescribed Calpol to help with the fever and pain. A few days later Brody was feeling better. Honestly, I'm so glad that that stage is behind us now. He's a year old now and walking, laughing, and very playful. I'm just happy to see him grow. Being a mother is such a blessing and I wouldn't have it any other way.

I'm back now to content creation and this time round I am really excited. I have a lot in store and I look forward to sharing all that with you guys. I hope you will stick around with me throughout this journey.

Outfit details.

Suit - Floclaire

Black Suede Pumps - Style Fever

Fedora hat - Vonette's closet

Photography by Derick


As always, thank you for stopping by


xoxox


Vonette!

How I coped with being a new mom amidst the COVID-19 pandemic

 


I remember back in March when I had just given birth to my son and still in hospital, I heard nurses and mothers whispering about Corona virus. I had heard about the virus a few months back in January but I never really gave it much thought until when I heard patients and visitors whispering about it and I became scared and I just wanted to leave the hospital as soon as possible.