Hi muffins. 

Lo and behold....my very first giveaway.

A token of appreciation always goes a long way. Since its a festive season, I can't help but feel the need to appreciate my readers for the continued support.

I settled on these two pairs of shoes which I find classy and go with practically any outfit.

Feel free to participate everyone.

1. Beige Heels.

2. Black Heels. The red sole just reminds me of louboutins.

Psssst: These shoes are 2nd hand but in very good condition.

What you need to do:

1. Like my Facebook page.

2. State your shoe size and which shoe you prefer between the two.

3. Comment on this blog-post or Facebook giving a reason why you deserve either of the shoes and how you would style them.

4. State your favorite post in this blog and why. 

5. Take a wild guess at how much this Tunic cost me. [I'll help you out 5 /10 /20 /50 /100 Kshs]. Not a determining factor.

6. Competition closes on 31st December Midnight.

7. Anyone can take part in the competition but at the moment, the shoes can only be delivered to those residing in Kenya and more specifically within Nairobi & its environs.

Winners will be selected randomly.

There will be two winners, one for each pair.

All the best.






“While clothes may not make the woman, they certainly have a strong effect on her self-confidence — which, I believe, does make the woman."
Mary Kay Ash



Hello beautiful people, hope u had a great weekend.....and a good start on your week.

Mine started on a low note....thanks to the abrupt weather change. For that reason I didn't have the right energy to take pictures of my outfit today. But no worries, I'll be better prepared tomorrow. 
For now though,I'll just make a post on my final day during the School trip #Travel Diaries.

The final day was the return journey with a slight detour to Taita hills. I wasn't so excited by taking photos, so this post will be a  bit shorter than usual.


Hi y'all

This post comes a bit late, but  am very excited to finally talk about travel and tourism. Its all about promoting the beauty and cultures of our vast country.

This was a typical school trip, and as educational as it gets....full of youthfulness and craziness. Amidst all that, I got time to experience nature(something I love so much) and play dress up without a care. 

Well, to avoid confusion (both to you readers and even more to myself), I will break down this trips' events and outfits into 4 posts for each day.

Enjoy it all (the outfits, the animals, the landscape, and mother nature).


Clearly, my day started on a very high note...the fuchsia should tell you that. I bought this sweater dress a few months ago and finally wore it to the trip. The blue circular skirt always has me in a free spirit mood, it was perfect for this first day of the trip.

I study Tourism at the Technical University of Kenya (finally I can admit that and don't judge). Anyone who has been there knows time keeping is not their strongest suit. Having stated that, it took us almost 4 hours before we left the college grounds. That left loads of time for me to take these pics, and boy, wasn't I happy to do that.

This is me and my dear friend Janet. From the look of this, a trip for us is not complete without a dose of sugar from the closest sugarcane vendor. At this point, I  could not get my act together on posing for the camera...just had time to savor the cane and biscuits......with this diet, I could only hope that my skin would forgive me for the damaging effects.

Yep, that was at the junction to Machakos........or rather Kyumbi for the natives, which am not. Take keen notice of these educative junctures in this post cause God knows how much effort it took me just to internalize them.

Now, this is where photo confusion came in. My morale for photos was on a decline trend since morning....#tripblues. Anyway, this was upon arrival at Amboseli National Park, my hair was a big mess and I was in no mood to do anything about it. And do not let the clumsiness in posing fool u. On the inside I was overjoyed to be at Amboseli, reason - the Amboseli elephants among other wildlife in this ecosystem.

Fuchsia sweater dress -Thrifted
Navy blue skirt - Gikomba
Brown and beige belt - Gikomba
Beige fringe booties - Thrifted randomly

Well, these are the animals we managed to view.....
A Grey Crowned Crane.
At first I confused it for a Secretary Bird....be sure to not to do so when you travel to this National park.

An elephant feeding in the swamp.

Part of a large herd of elephants.
The baby elephant is just adorable, just imagining the huge transformation in size when it's all mature.

A huge Amboseli Elephant.

Same huge Elephant had people cracking their ribs in laughter for obvious reasons.
This is definately one of those unexpected moments that you can only experience in the wild.....compare it with seeing a cheetah chase after a gazelle, your trip will be memorable.
Well, we had hoped to catch some of that wild cat action, but we didn't. So i had to settle for this.

A Common (Buschells) Zebra and a Wildebeest

Mt. Kilimanjaro in the backdrop.

DID YOU KNOW: 1. Amboseli National park is one of the best places to view the majestic Mt. Kilimanjaro as opposed to Tanzania.
2. Amboseli National park has one of the largest single herd elephants.
Well, now you know.

It is definitely a must visit.
Hope you learned something about the Beautiful ecosystem in Amboseli. Visit the park when and if you can, promote domestic tourism in the country. #TembeaKenya

Look out for the next post soon.




Morning beautiful people,

After just two weeks of blogging, i am amazed at just how fast am learning. And to imagine that it took me almost two months to make my first post....talk about indecisiveness. Anyway, am here now, making my fourth post, and am enjoying every moment.

If you are having problems making your first post just like i did, just take that first step , its always the hardest but you won't regret it.

In the same spirit I decided to recap my October outfits (the best of course) and revisit those moments of happiness and bliss (yea, the unspoken feelings b2n a girl and her clothes).

Whatever order i choose to follow onward, this has to be the best of them all. 
I totally dig everything about this outfit, that's the best part.

Now i remember this day. I was high on bliss thanks to that slight detail on my right foot(glad u noticed). Clearly,small details like that 'toe thong' (funny, blame whoever came up with that name) right there can skyrocket your outfit. 
For me, it did wonders, i had several stares along the streets that day, til my friend asked me if there was xth wrong : ).
Would you believe that it is a simple chain twisted all the way up to my ankle, i bet that blew your minds. (One of my best DIYs so far)
2nd thing i loved about this was the color combination. And lastly the hair, it brought out some fierceness.

Never mind the background. In fact, pay no attention to it.
This outfit was all about feeling as girly as possible. Judging from the smile, it worked.
The crop top is a semi-DIY.....It came from a dress. The idea was to make a skirt and crop top which can be worn together and separately (separately worked better).

Cant help but smile at the memory of this one.
I loved the color splash I had going on (told you i love adding color to this world), a gal can't pass on a moment to shine in neon polish,right?
I was in boots that day, they deserve a post on their own (that's how much i love them).
This also falls into the #inlovewithmyhair category. That was me getting through not just a bad hair day but a bad hair week, loved it though.....thanks mum 4 braiding my hair.

This was featured in my last post.
It was my definition of simple, hope i got it right.
Either way, it did make a really blue Monday a bright one worth remembering.

Talk soon lovelies, as always enjoy every moment.





Morning lovelies, hoping your week so far has been much more enjoyable than mine.

I have had a really busy day with school and assignments so i haven't had much time left to post.

Couldn't help sharing this outfit that I wore on Monday to school. The Monday blues( Monday being a Monday, iced with an exam later in the day) almost brought me down but this simple look had me in a good mood all day.

This outfit had me in high spirits, and I can't emphasize enough on the need to be in flattering clothes everyday, it can change a lot of things.

I love everything about this dress. It is simple and loose fitting which makes it different from most of my other dresses which are body hugging. Its fabric was perfect for the warm weather, kept me cool and refreshed. The length was also a bonus for me, it was comfortable enough and gave me the illusion that i wasn't showing too much skin.

I decided to go all white with the accessories. It was so easy to pull off cause it brightened up the dress.

Now to the shoes, don't i just love them. These lace-up boots are one of my best buys this year. They came cheap and have a very comfortable heel. They were worth the hustle and I love them to bits.

Navy blue dress - Thrifted
Lace-up boots - Gikomba
Envelope bag - Muthurwa
White maasai beaded necklace - Streets on Nairobi

 Once again, thanks to Kevin Cheptala for the pics, they get better with each passing day.

Thanks y'all for stopping by, your presence here is highly appreciated.




Hi everyone.

Hoping that you have had a great week since i last posted.

Personally i have been well.

I am very much excited to make this post since it is one of my favorites. I wore it to school last week. It's the basic LBD with a little twist that i liked. The dress has some leather detail, so i went simple with the accessories (or not).

It was a very cold day and this jungle green coat with some touch of fur kept me warm. I wasn't so sure when i bought it but i ended up liking it.

 I wore these H&M shoes that I love so much. If you are keen enough you will notice that they are actually not ankle strapped. The straps are DIY, and I had fun making them.

My friend Janet decided to join in.  
Shoes-bus station
Jacket- thrifted
Accessories- DIY, gifts

Many thanks to my friend and classmate Kevin, he has been dutifully taking pics of me over the last few weeks and he is doing good job.

Thanks for stopping by and enjoy the rest of your week.




Hello, Finally i have found it in myself to make my first post despite creating this blog over a month ago. I am fashion die hard fan. I love fabrics, and even more, I Love colors. I make it my duty everyday to add more color in the environment i am in. So, in this blog, i will post images of my style and other things that i like since i am a very artistic person. I look forward to interacting with u guys and learning much more from you. Welcome.

 First off, i will make a post of some of my recent outfits. Hope you like them.