Kwambie: Absolutely not. To inject swag and life to what would be deemed conservative ensembles, explore with bright coloured but professional looking blouses and scarves. For those in the creative, like artists, singers, poets, designers, you are allowed to go all out and exhibit your creativity in ingenious ensembles. However, a word of caution here, a creative would probably wish to be a bit more conservative if engaging in a client meeting with clients from an older more conservative generation.
At this point, I would wish to interject and add that age plays a big role when building up a great wardrobe. Choose pieces that are in tandem with the class and maturity you are trying to display. However, it is a delicate balance as I have seen, much to my chagrin young ladies in outfits that could only be termed as ‘cucu’ ensembles. Celebrate your youth and vigor if you are still blessed with the same.
Interviewer: So readers, we take a break until Monday when Kwambie will share insights on the shopping experience and choosing outfits that will build up that dream wardrobe. Have a lovely weekend and let us catch up on Monday.
Kwambie: Have a lovely weekend dear readers! Mad, mad love to all ‘My Kwambie Style’ fans until next week.