Category Fashion & Beauty

WHY I SHOULD LOVE MY BODY AND DIFFERENT BODY TYPES FOR WOMEN

This past week my beloved Wellness and Inspiration blog, “ Wacha niKwambie” focussed on dressing according to body shape for ladies. Beginning a month of focus in the blog dubbed,  October 2017 – My body, my dress, my choice – a focus on dressing according to body shape  and mandatory physical wellness checks for ladies and gents. However, one thing worth noting is that each of us must love our

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THE FOURTEEN DAY AGELESS GODESS PROGRAM BY DR. CHRISTIANE NORTHRUP

The fourteen day  Ageless Goddess program is  one that I undertook with gusto this past August. As I approach 40, now more than ever I am determined to live a full life of wellness that shuns all negative perceptions of ageing. The first day of the program is an affirmation that one shall not be bound by the negative perceptions of growing older and to throw from ones mind that

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Upping our children’s dressing

The choice of children’s clothes depends on primarily on  functionality  and quality ; children’s clothes should be flexible enough to allow them to indulge in different activities during the day. Ensure that the size fits taking into consideration physical development and when purchasing clothes for children ensure that the store/shop/ seller has a return policy for wrongly sized clothes. Functionality over purely making a fashion statement seems to be the

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Upping our dress sense for special occasions

Dress for weddings Weddings are pretty much joyous occasions that bring people together the world over and join families. We are allowed to express joy in our dress.   What not to wear: jeans, tank tops, t-shirts, stretchy pants, cargo shorts, flip-flops and athletic clothing would still be a poor choice, unless specifically approved.   Unless in the bridal party where the bride may allow members of her party to

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Upping our casual dress sense

From the little fashion and image I have learned about casual dress in men… their accessories really count perhaps more than women especially in casual dress code mainly because  their clothes tend to look the same. So men invest in quality shoes, indeed quality men shoes are way more expensive than women’s but they also last longer. Choose quality belts too and a bold male watch.  For mature older men

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Upping our professional dress sense

Kwambie engaging in a work presentation Dressing in a professional set up is dictated a lot by the profession and culture of the organization that one works in. Kwambie before a social company event. An advocate in a leading law firm in Nairobi is still expected to dress conservatively and so is a trusted banker. Someone in the creatives like an artist or musician can be as as creative as

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‘My Kwambie Style’ …on how to build a great wardrobe (Part Two)

Interviewer: Hope you all had an awesome weekend and are eager to continue from where we stopped.So last Saturday we had a tete a tete with one Kwambie, who gave us a brief introduction on factors to consider when building a great wardrobe. Today we carry on with the discussion. So over to you Kwambie. Kwambie: Thank you, and I must compliment you on your outfit today. I love the

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‘My Kwambie Style’ …on how to build a great ward robe (Part One)

Interviewer: Today we engage Kwambie, a banking professional, budding motivational blogger, entrepreneur, wellness and fitness enthusiast, wife and mother of one on building a great wardrobe. Interviewer: Hello Kwambie, I have been following your posts keenly on your face book profile specifically ‘My Kwambie Style’ album. Did you always dream of being a supermodel? Kwambie: I must admit that that thought has crossed my mind many  a time but the

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The ‘first couple of style’- my thoughts on building a personal brand.

President Barack Obama and His wife Michelle Obama represent to me the definition of a strong personal brand. The first couple of the free world and the ‘first couple of style’ as I would wish to refer to them are endeared the world over by people as diverse as humanity itself. They have that essence that we all wish and aspire to have; a strong personal brand. The epitome of

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The ‘first couple of style’… a Kenyan woman’s thoughts on building a personal brand.

President Barack Obama and His wife Michelle Obama represent to me the definition of a strong personal brand. The first couple of the free world and the ‘first couple of style’ as I would wish to refer to them are endeared the world over by people as diverse as humanity itself. They have that essence that we all wish and aspire to have; a strong personal brand. The epitome of

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