You’ll seldom find me wearing a maxi dress or a hat. I have nothing against them, I’d just rather wear something else (like shorts or a hair band)….
I still haven’t watched Queen of Katwe and I am having major FOMO, almost as though I have abandoned my own countrymen. …
Don’t let the smile fool you, I was running on about two hours of sleep (because that’s how life works when you’re in Pharmacy school)….
Now you know I’m not the one to go blowing my money on ready-to-wear African designer clothes unless I am absolutely blown away because honestly, getting them tailored is always cheaper.
I had been eyeing this particular number by Simma Africa from the moment I saw it being shared on Bold Kampala’s Instagram page….
Accessory play is a term I use to define the art of mixing up different accessories to take your look to the next level….
Somewhere in the back of my grandmother’s house just outside Ibanda town, is a pathway that leads you deep into a banana plantation, with small graveyards along the way and lone cows every couple of steps.
Can I just say that listening to the “I’m a Barbie Girl” song at 7 years and again at 25 years are two completely different situations. At 7 all you care for is the “you can brush my hair” part. At 25 however, you hear and understand all the other lyrics and my goodness “touch me everywhere?” Barbie girl, you need to get it together. And to think they used to play this song on Cartoon Network like every hour.
Anyhoo, random conversations aside…actually, one more thing, why was the singer’s hair black…not even brown…but pitch black hair and Ken was bold with a voice that sounded like he had a criminal record…like why would they even do that. Okay here’s Style Week 5.
Ayyy it’s week 4 of the Style Week series!!!