LESO DRESS

I have always wanted a leso attire and when my Dan’s mum gave me this leso fabric during our introduction ceremony, I knew I’d have to make a dress out of it. Other than being bold and vibrant, the fabric is also good quality, best for making whatever you’d want. I did my research on various leso designs and this particular design was inspired by Chepkemboi of ownyourculture who has several leso pieces so check her instagram page for more inspiration.

I  had this dress made by  Chelagat House of fashion who other than being an awesome tailor, is also a talented designer especially with african pieces. A good designer would be able to cut the fabric uniquely and be able to decide which piece can be fixed at what angle. She also made my dress here and this african print inspired coat here. I think she did justice. What do you think?

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SUIT UP! 6 TIPS TO ACE THE BAR EXAM!

The last time I had a proper suit on was when I sat for my Kenya School of Law Oral exams which, as I shared here, didn’t quit go well (but i still aced the bar exams in the first round!!). The next time I had to think of a suit was when I was preparing to be admitted to the bar. None of the suits I owned fit me due to weight gain (which I have totally embraced) and so I got in touch with a number of known suit makers in town. I settled for David of Shytess Fashion a week to the big day and other than his previous works, I was drawn by his energy right when he picked up my call. He made me laugh the first few seconds and I knew this was the guy who would make my suit! There is something about people with positive energy and meeting David came to be a blessing. In that one week he changed my perspective in how I view life. You would have to contact him to understand exactly what I mean..but for today, let me share with you 5 tips on acing those bar exams!

Watch my Kenya School of Law Experience here

Watch Wig review here

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