The Kiondo is a traditional handwoven handbag made from sisal and leather trimmings. It’s famous among the Kikuyu and Kamba tribes in Kenya. The Kiondo has recently become a fashion statement and no longer a shamba/market bag. The Kiondo has gained a lot of recognition both locally and internationally, making it an effortlessly stylish fashion… Continue reading The Kiondo
Somehow thrift markets always have a way of knowing what’s trending and what’s not. Trends further dictate prices of items and outfits. The other day while I was at Gikomba, I noticed that the price of satchel bags is twice the usual price. When I asked why the vendor giggled and said ‘madam izi ndo… Continue reading The Satchel Bag
It’s about that time I announce the winner of our 1st Giveaway. Claire McDonnell gets the Aztec Dress. Details of how to get your dress will be communicated to you soon. Thank you for all those of who participated. If you were not lucky this time, don worry more Giveaways will be up on the… Continue reading Denim x Denim (Over-The-Knee)
It’s a month with lots of changes going on. Decided to change things up on the blog with a new theme and design. The new design is aimed at being convenient to you. Posts are now arranged in categories, dropping down from pages on top of the blog, hence you can easily find and click… Continue reading Shimmer
For sometime I was under the belief that palazzo pants were only meant for curvacious women. I never used to like this type of pants, I feared them, I had this thought that if I wore them I would look overdressed or tacky. What I didn’t know is that palazzo pants are made in different sizes… Continue reading Palazzo
Hola December, season greetings! I still can’t wrap my head over the fact that it’s 20days to Christmas and 26days to 2016. Everything is happening so fast and children are growing up really quick in an unbelievable way. My nephew was born sometime last year at a time like now, just the other day he… Continue reading Moda Explotitudor Turns 1.
There is this type of skirts that have become so common in Nairobi for almost a year now. They have become so trendy yet they are being sold at Ngara Market the place where you shop as you watch out for kanjo. The hawkers market that has no precise working hours, the hawkers market where… Continue reading The Pink Pipe Skirt
You might have found yourself wearing a jacket on a sweater or a fitting sweater on a long shirt, what you might have not known is that you are layering outfits. Layering is basically about wearing many clothes on top of each other. Today I’ll be giving you tips on how to layer outfits especially… Continue reading The Art Of Layering
I’m still into knits and a little behind on schedule, but good news is I’m done with exams and now I can get back to more blogging. Hip hip! Hurray!
This type of print with stripes running both horizontally and vertically forming squares and rectangles of multiple colors on an attire,bag or shoes, is called Plaid or Checked.Wow guessing I just caught your attention by the whole math description.