It’s really getting cold out here in Nairobi, Kenya. Bye bye blue skies, hello grey clouds. But issokay!!The weather may be dull but your outfit doesn’t need to either. This is the time to dress up in those really warm stylish outfits that we love but don’t get to wear like scarves,
Ok. So, I was expecting it to be cold, but not this cold. It’s getting to a point that it’s even snowing. I’m happy it’s snowing since I’ve never touched or seen real live snow except on those jolly American Christmas movies.
I’m a fan of khaki pants when it comes to casual dressing. I find it easy to switch up styles with khakis from super smart to comfy casual. I rarely wear jeans cause I find that they’re not really my style,
The rainy season is here and guess who has been waiting for it…ME. As a kid I would run out of the house to get rained on while jumping in water puddles.
I’ve always been a fan of Converse, so writing this blog was a pleasure. The first pair of Converses I got were a present from my sister in London. She didn’t know my shoe size and didn’t want to ask because it was meant to be a surprise.
We popularly believe that with rain comes blessings. This may be true, however in Nairobi with rain comes chaos – flooding and traffic to name a few. Figuring out what to wear can also be a problem,