Hi guys? Happy Wednesday all. I hope your week is good so far. If not, there is always next week, despair not.
So I decided to do a post about all the looks that I did with this fabric. I got the fabric sometime in 2012 I think, and at the beginning of this year when I was in Mombasa, decided it was time to finally make a few things from it. The result; as seen above. Oh, the fabric is from Ghana, with love from my brother.
Crop top and Midi skirt
So unless you live under a rock, you might have seen these skirts around. Not one to be left out, of course I joined in on the fun. Crop tops are also seriously trending. It would seem as the fashion world, we have run out of new ideas so we are just rewinding the 80’s fashion. Not that I am complaining.
You can read the whole post here .
Make-shift crop top and maxi skirt
So if you started reading my blog from the start, you might remember me saying that some of my photos got deleted by a yet to be apprehended culprit? This is the look my friends. The look that never made it to the blog. I do however have this one photo and here it is.
Jacket and trousers
I also made a jacket, because having an African print jacket is just too cool, no? I paired it with these pants that funnily the first time I bought, didn’t know were meant to be high waist pants. Shadiness is real I tell you.
The full look is here, which is my last post.
Peplum top and pencil skirt
The final look is the peplum top, another trending thing and a pencil skirt. Can you believe I got this top for only 100 bob? Oh the joys of second hand markets. This skirt though, if I add an extra kg, it may not fit. That’s how fitted it is.
You can read the full post here.
Ok, so maybe I just shamelessly advertised some of my posts, but I promise, the intentions started off very genuinely. I really did want to do a midweek post, featuring this beautiful fabric.
Thank you for stopping by, and have a beautiful week.