Monday, February 19, 2018


I just don't want to appear to be doing well, I want to be well. I want to eat well, live well, be loved well, sleep well and of course dress well!
Not that this has anything to do with this post, well it does, a lil bit, but just like I shared with you guys in my New Years post, this is the year of self-love, getting out of my comfort zone, it's the year of taking risks! No matter how old you are, there's always some more of you left to discover.
In the same spirit of doing new things and getting out of my comfort zone, this is what I wore to the world premiere of Black Panther. Before I talk about my outfit, if you haven't watched Black Panther yet, you better. The experience was worth every effort. I was actually left yearning for more,  and the fact that black representation was almost 100 percent, it felt great. I mean, just sitting there and watching your fellow people of color do awesome things. Since I don't want to spoil the surprise for you, I'll stop at that.Just go watch it.
This mermaid gown is everything I wanted for this evening, considering that before the #blackpanther screening, we were treated to an awesome fashion show by Sir Jay Suits.
I paired it with a pair of wooden African themed earrings to give it a "wakanda" vibe. The same pair I wore for this look.
To tie everything up together, I got my #nyasubalocs did and spiced up with handmade accessories that worked out so well.I am a lover of subtle colors,so I went for maroon.
How do you love this look?Please let me know in the comments section.
Till next time,  have a productive week ahead!
Outfit by Sewe Kenya.You can check them out on instagram @sewekenya

Otieno Lynn
Otieno Lynn