Faux leather Catsuit & ankle boots

I love thrifted ( mtumba/second hand) outfits so much because you can easily pick a unique item that you won't spot someone across the street wearing it when you do. My good friend Vosti has an amazing eye for good quality thrifted items.

Celebrating the big wins and lessons I've learnt through blogging

When my friend Mwende told me I was nominated for this years BAKE Awards ( Bloggers Association of Kenya) I was so happy that my blog made the cut. Last year when I decided to come back to blogging after an 11 month hiatus, I made a decision and a promise to myself that I would work hard on my content. A year later I can proudly say that I've done exactly that and its been the best year in my blogging career. I've worked with brands that I could only imagine off.
I'd like to share some lessons I've learnt about content creation.

A Kitenge Affair at International Jazz Day celebrations

I love how we are slowly adapting to dressing up for events. The theme for the event this year was "celebrating African Jazz" and that meant we needed to dress up in African regalia. I wore a kitenge long coat, crop top, green high waist jeans and dark blue sneakers.

We had a winner in the best dressed category, she won a Samsung S10 phone. The lady wore a beautiful yellow dress with a matching sun hat and a kente print bag. She looked lovely. If you want to stand out from the crowd at an event, always wear a bright coloured outfit or have a statement piece that will turn heads!

A memorable African Jazz experience at Safaricom Jazz, International Jazz Day celebration

I’m still buzzing from all the excitement at Safaricom Jazz, International Jazz Day celebration. I had the time of my life. I walked in ready to enjoy the African Jazz music and that’s exactly what I got.