Kitenge, batik, khanga(leso), tye and dye, you name it, are in!
This is more than just a trend. They’ve always exsisted and according to Carol Odero, as modern women, we want to give it our own twist, make it ediger, wearable and palatable to our cosmopolitan wardrobes.
A while back though, they were over their skirts while working to keep the dust of their skirt, as towels and blankets.Last week at the salon in my leso skirt, my salonist Jude said i looked like a good girl. ( i am!!) Apparently, in his tribe, ladies who wear lesos/african print are the good ones! 0:-) or keep it here
Here are some images of African print inspired pieces that you can get a good tailor to make for you.
Or keep it STYLISHPICHA, for Kenyan designers who are doing an amazing job! (see masai couture http://bit.ly/HdcwjS)
I’m busy with exams thus the few posts. That’s no excuse for you to loose your flair though!
Be good lovelies!