Finally got to catch a break between recovering from the holidays and getting settled in for my new chapter in life .Denim is so timeless and fun to play around with so yah here is to celebrating life and looking good while at it.Its never too serious ,its always about picking out what works for you , playing out your best assets and doing the Damn Thing !!!!
One of the most asked questions is , ”Where do you draw your fashion inspiration from?” Personally my inspiration is drawn mostly from my surroundings as well as the idea of staying true to myself . I am my biggest critic only because I am my biggest fan so I want to see myself grow .
Getting into this week I was inspired by this yellow bag that belonged to my mom (not sure if am going to return it to her ).The brightness just captivated me and I knew what I needed to do (recreation!!! ). I literally forgot to take the before pics of this bag but I will surely do so and update my post .
For this look I just wanted to bring out the idea of African-ism , I am African and I am proud of my skin and natural hair #proudblackgirl
Okay so these pics I used some filters because I wanted the pop of color effect 🙂
Society tends to find solitude unappealing, even threatening but I beg to differ. Personally solitude helps me engage with the inner self and in those moments creativity takes control .
I have had this shirt for over a year and I should say our relationship is still going strong.The moment I laid my eyes on this shirt at the Social Market Pretoria I knew we were meant to be .The best news was being told it was only R10 (literally less than USD$1) and I instantly took it with me home .
With the whole ‘New Year new me’ thing I figured why not put that to practice (at-least this is the only resolution am keeping this year ).I have had the most amazing moments with it so this year I have decided to reinvent it and continue our beautiful relationship.
Nothing gives any edgy look a boast than a lil open back ,it kind of gives that element of surprise #bringingsexyback (literally).
In between my studies am also trying to establish my career as a model so am always hanging out with models and photographers .So the one time my photographer friend suggested I sign up at the agency that he works for .
I pounded on the idea for weeks considering the fact that am already signed by another agency .Then it hit me, why not join this new agency as their in-house stylist.
I instantly told him my idea and luckily he was shooting a swimwear portfolio for a newly signed model so I had to create looks for the model .
I was super stocked and literally spend a whole day creating looks and drafting a vision board for the shoot .The agency is all about empowering the African woman hence I incorporated that but also keeping the looks modern and vibrant .
I’m all about creating trends cause come on am a non-conformer.So the other day I was chilling with my friend in his workshop when I spotted this baby .With a bit of paint stains I embraced her flaws and turned her into something beautiful.
Who determines what should be worn in the streets anyway (I do atleast, for myself). I paired my worksuit with a belt I bought at Factorie ,the store has a bit of vintage accessories and I always make sure I buy some.
With my DYI stockings and all ready to conquer like a real military babe I decided to go out and play .
I can never overemphasize on the power of accessories and what better combo to pair a military green suit with tan and hues of nude .