Ankara Skirt And A New DomainJanuary 25, 2016
Hello there!First of all,in case you haven't noticed,I'm now .com and no more of blogspot.com for me.I'm so happy about that and I couldn't wait to put that phrase up.It's something I should have done a long time ago come to think of it.However, it was one of my goals at the start of this year and I'm glad to have achieved it in January. Many thanks to my friend's Erick and Douglas for helping me decide on where to buy it and helping me link my blogger posts to my site.The hardest and most interesting part was of course left to me alone.Choosing a new template.I must have tried around 30 of them(no kidding or exaggeration there)for real.If you stopped by my blog over this past weekend and wondered why things looked so crazy from one minute to the next,that's the explanation.I'm still not even sure I've wholly settled for this one yet lol!
I had this skirt made in 2014 and wore it a whole year later.I was initially afraid of wearing Ankara or what Kenyans here call Kitenge.I always though I'd look funny in such plus I was always so used to seeing grown women wearing them as I grew up, up until recently when people,especially Nigerians came up with more stylish ankara designs.My mum bought this fabric for herself but I was so desperately in need of an Ankara outfit for an event so she gave it to me.I thought of the designs I wanted for it and had my tailor make a dress which I'll share in a subsequent post and made a skirt with the remaining fabric which is what I have on here.I paired it with everything black so that the focus would be on the print on the skirt.
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Shoes-Store In Eldoret
Skirt-Had it custom made