How and where to thrift shop in Nairobi

I love thrift shopping (buying second hand clothing), anything to save some coins am down for it. Am always on the look out for places where I can get affordable, trendy and quality outfits.Most of the outfits I share on my blog are usually thrifted or tailor made.

Chunky Knits and Thigh High Boots

Happy Friday beautiful people!

June and July are the coldest months in Kenya and keeping it stylish when its cold is possible. Today I share with you my go to outfits when its cold.

Her Success is not my failure

"Don't compare your life to others. There is no comparison between the sun and the moon. They shine when its their time."

At some point in our lives we go through the "comparison phase" where you wish you were like so and so. I struggled with that in my mid twenties where I wanted to be like my friends who were living their best lives at that time or so I thought. You know they were all in stable relationships others were having kids and there I was ... single and a lonely girl who lives with her dog,sigh! . I would ask God why me? I even got scared thinking I would be one of those old lonely women living with 10 cats...hahaha. 

How I started my fashion blog and a few tips to get you started

I have been receiving  so many questions on how I started out as a blogger and today I will share with you my journey. I started blogging in 2011/2012 back then I wasn't ready to share my own personal style, I would particularly post pictures of African fashion models wearing African print outfits. I was fascinated that kitenge was actually a trend overseas and there were different trendy ways to custom make them.

My style tribe

I have been mentioning Winnie Odande in my blog posts lately because we teamed up together and we will be working on a couple of projects together under the hash tag my style tribe. Now in case you are wondering what my style tribe is all about let me break it down for you.