Fashion

Afro Chic (Part 4?)

February 24, 2017
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So at this point I know you’re thinking, another African print post, really Sharon? Well, when I said I’m obsessed I wasn’t joking.

I found this cute print that was originally a leso in my mum’s wardrobe and I just couldn’t resist the urge to make something out of it, so here we are. I also had a little material left to make a head wrap out of so yaay!

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Be adventurous with the stuff like lesos that you already have in your closet and make new items out of them, which also helps you save some money. My original design was an off shoulder but I decided not to make something a little bit different out of it as much as I’m still obsessed with the trend.

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I paired it with light blue jeans as I didn’t want to pull attention away from the top.
As for the shoes, I got these black and gold sandal heels randomly in town, a store that’s right across Jamia mall and I literally cannot stop wearing them with everything.

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I cannot stress how important it is to get a well fitting strapless bra to wear with such a top. If your girls aren’t as big then you can choose to free the nipple and go bra less.

_DSC0045That’s it for this post, I wanted to make it as short and precise as possible but I however hope that you found it insightful. Please feel free to leave your thoughts in the comment section.

Love,

Shary.

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  • http://www.speakmychic.com/ Omondi Yvonne

    I love it. Finally given me a way to make use of my age old fabric
    http://www.speakmychic.com

  • Anon

    Haha, you can do a Part 5 too, we won’t complain

  • Sharon Murugi

    love how you did your head wrap