Friday, September 15, 2017


Whoop whoop whoop !Happy Friday gorgeous people.Good morning from Uasin Gishu County.It's a beautiful morning over here, partly because for the first time in a very long time God's morning star is out honeycomb-yellow and shining like it's existence depends on it, and partly because it's Friday.What a day to be alive! Y'all know what's up.The weekend is here baby!
How is your week so far?Mine is super duper awesome as per usual.
Now if this fabric doesn't look familiar to you then you definitely missed out on THIS post that I did a while back on how it plays out with orange and gold.Be sure to check it out.
Nevertheless, this is my last gold themed post in this series.I got this fabric on a work trip to Dar Es Salaam, pat of which I documented HERE, and the best part yet is that it cost me slightly more than half of what it would cost in Kenya.Quite a steal, huh?
So I then had a tailor sew it into a maxi halter neck dress with a knee high slit on the left side of the front part.He artistically added an elastic band on the neck making it very malleable just in case you're pulling your 'big hair don't care' look.I have shared his contacts and the other outfit details below.

These amazing shots were taken by the very talented NAOMI SAMANTHA with Make up by Ma' Chichi gracing my face with her magic.
Finally beautiful people, I am curious about which of the four looks makes your favorite.I will share mine on my Instagram page, which if you haven't followed, please do so and I'll follow right back.
Till next time, have yourselves a lovely weekend and see you in the next post!

Outfit deets
Dress: Tailored 0713393824
Shoes: Here
Jewellery: A stall at Zion Mall Eldoret(can't recall the name)
Otieno Lynn
Otieno Lynn


  1. Loving the pumps!!

  2. Elegant is the name..bold and beautiful!

  3. Great piece my dear, you slaying.

  4. This dress looks stunning on u. U r so elegant and classy. I love how it looks from the back too. If u have any more like this id love to see them. x x

  5. Awesome and Very Unique...Shall be taking a Trip to TZ, Seems to be a Cheap source of Great fabrics