Saturday, 12 July 2014


Morning beauties, how are you? Hope you have had a good week
As it has been festival season with Glanstonbury and Wireless festival in the past two weeks,  I wanted to do a festival inspired look. This is a comfortable, fun, summer look with a pop of colour that I would wear to a festival, with a pair of flat shoes in hand of course to change into! I love the mix of this chic chiffon top with embellishment at the neck lone paired together with this comfortable washed out pair of jeans, adding summer must haves- a hat and sunglasses and a feminine touch with my red sandals and matching bag. What  is your must have item when it comes to festivals?

You can always tell when I've had so much fun shooting : )) I have many pictures from this shoot that I had to share with you, I hope you will enjoy!

Saturday, 5 July 2014

Sea of Blue

Hello my loves,
I'm really glad to be back to posting and sharing my looks with you all, you might remember a recent inspiration post I did which featured Ways to wear blue Blue is a trendy and electric colour this season and has quickly become a favourite in my wardrobe.  I'm re-discovering a new love for bright bold hues, I especially love these beauties on my feet with blue and black contrast and the cut out detail on my top. I decided to maintain the contrast of the two colours for the rest of my look, what are you thoughts? Are you wearing blue this season?

Tuesday, 1 July 2014

Beauty Pageant-Face of Kenya UK 2014

Hello my loves!! I am so sorry  for my absence, the last two weeks for me have been quite hectic but worthwhile, I was preparing for the finale of the beauty pageant contest  -Face of Kenya UK 2014- I have been travelling to London for rehearsals for the finale, including lots of practice for the catwalk and everything else in between as you can imagine. I wore four gorgeous  gowns, I will hopefully do an outfit post of what I wore to share with you soon. It was a fanstatic and successful evening of the finale, I was in the company of great fellow contestants and surrounded by my family and friends who were in full support.
What drew me to this beauty pageant (this being my first ever!) is that it provided a social platform for the contestants to engage in charitable initiatives and support causes that we are passionate about. I have been promoting and fundraising for Project1917- a charity that supports and sponsors the orphaned in Kenya to continue their secondary education. While I was in Kenya earlier this year I had the opportunity to meet two of orphaned students sponsored by the charity, their stories are an inspiration and this further fueled my desire to ensure that they are afforded the right to an education which is a fundamental requirement in boosting their future pontential. I am very happy to announce that through this effort I was able to fundraise £1.500 all proceeds will go to Project1917 and in helping to make a difference in the lives of the orphaned in Kenya. 
I became a community champion and the first runner up, it was such a great experience and I will keep you posted on what is next. 
Hope you will enjoy the rest of the pictures, there will also be a new post up this week!
Other entertainment on the night included appearances by comedian and entertainer Richard Blackwood, Super Model and face of Vogue beautiful Malaika Firth and a performance by the enigmatic dance group

Wishing you all lovely week ahead

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