Everyday is blessing. But so is a shift dress.With a fringe. 😀 Do you ever just sit down and wonder how you have made it this far in life without one of these? Me too my friend.Me too. Styling a shift dress usually goes a little something like this. You wear a pair of heels and accompany it with a large handbag.But not this dress! I feel like it has so much soul so it needed the low cut old school shoes to accompany its epicness.
This shift dress from This is Ess for vivo is everything and then some. Look at the fringed hemline.Look! A fringe seems to form a huge part of the collection.From fringed tops to fringed pencil skirts(the one I wore here) and fringed dresses such as this one.
Of course as you saw in my last post, half jackets are all the rage right now. I tried out a navy blue one this time with the fringe dress.
I fee like if it was between this shift dress and a holiday in the Seychelles,I would pick this shift dress…to wear it in a holiday in the Seychelles. 😀
You didn’t think I’d forget my Tisek Square-Top Double Ring did you? In designing it, Ziko Afrika was inspired by Tuareg square-top Tisek rings.
This whole post is made in Kenya by the way. Quite literally by me but also from the clothes to the accessories.
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Sleeveless waist coat: vivo.co.ke
Ring : zikoafrika.com
Shoes : Bata
Photography by Charles Ngomo of royalreelphotography.co.ke
Bye! See you next post!