Pretty Pink Prints.

Any bold prints will always add some life in your everyday look and light up a room at any given point.Β  I remember the first time I saw this fabric I was a little bit shy about it and felt the pink prints were way too bold and bright plus I had convinced myself pink wasn’t a color I’d consider in a fabric but when I tried on a sample skirt the tailor had sewn I was happy to carry it home with me!

Sometimes getting out of your comfort zone and trying out new colors and bold prints really gets you all excited and you already want to try out more of this often.Β  The good thing about this fabric is that it’s a very good quality considering the years of bad fabric experiences I’ve had, it never sheds off color (I’ve had it for over 3 months now) and also has a denim illusion but truth be told, it reallllyyyyyΒ  creases after washing and with that said, a lot ofΒ  patience ironing is required.

You can always pick a thinner waist band or without pockets but I personally love the thick band cause this creates room to play around with the skirt like pairing it with a crop top without too much skin being revealed plus the pockets just make the out fit just extra comfortable and this is a HAPPY plus for me.

Thanks for reading and enjoy the rest of your week! πŸ™‚
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What I wore:

Skirt: Mambo Pambo

White Tee: Mr Price, Junction Mall

Nude Pumps: Mrp Fashion

Make-up Artist: Make Up by Nzilani

Photography: Gocho Ndung’u

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