I have been a mother for just two years and I cannot explain the strength, courage, pain yet joy that keeps a mother going.
It is easy to take for granted who a mother is because there are so many in the world; so you could think, what makes mothers so special?
I am glad a day has been set aside to celebrate mothers because every other day in the year is about every other person. Mothers put everyone ahead of themselves. The mother who cooks the food, subjects herself to the burnt crust so that everyone eats to their fill.
The mother who barely sleeps at night, is still the last person to go to bed the next night. The last meal is for everyone but the mother because she can withstand the hunger to ensure her family is fed.
The mothers career is always the first to go south because “someone” has to stay home to take care of the children. Or one career has to be on hold for the family to live together during a location change.
The sacrifices of mothers are endless. Almost unreal! I was raised by the typical definition of a “strong woman”. I Will celebrate my mother today and every single day of my life until I draw my last breath.
Thank you mothers for all you do to keep the society going without seeking recognition or awards. God bless!
The Ziva Dress
The Gaia Mini
The Piper Dress
Photo credit: folkshelf.com
There is something about African Print and Lace combo in a dress. There is this sophistication about the look. African Print fabric is described as exotic that gives this bold colourful style, while lace is a tender girly fabric. So its understandable to agree that African Print and Lace can give you the sophisticated style you want.
The Ziva Dress is a classic example; simple dress with the ability to be a head turner at an event.
The shoulder detail on the Gaia Dress is simply gorgeous and I do have a soft spot for mini dresses 😉😎. I like simple, yet intriguing styles.
I know I should be focusing on the Piper Dress, but all I am thinking of are the outfits to slay with that chain bag the model has on…. 😩Swooning over!
The Piper Dress, everyone needs dresses that accentuate their figure. Even better when done by lace details 😉.
Summer is generally a warm season to rock slippers, sandals, slippons, trainers, converse you name it. Basically comfortable shoes or ridiculously heeled fancy footwear for parties. I would like to think the summer fashion emphasis is on showing skin. Which brings me to respond to the title of this post, boots in summer?
Not everyone is from a location that has extremely warm summers. I am from North East Scotland and I can tell you, an extremely warm summer is a privilege to us. At 20 degrees, the north sea breeze makes the temperature feel like 5 degrees.
So Yes, I wear boots in summer but mostly without tights and not fleece boots. I love boots that is why its a fashion statement for me in Summer, ankle boots work pretty well in any season compared to knee high boots. Just make sure the weather is conducive and you look fabulous unless you risk looking ridiculous or burn up 😉😎.
I noticed that people ditch their African Print clothes or should I say there are less African Inspired Fashion trend setters during the cold months. This really shouldn’t be the case.
Most African Print styles are cotton fabric and aren’t cold resistant. That said, there are lots of ways to use “summer” declared clothes in Winter.
Due to the boldness of the African Print fabric, a good way to rock your print during the cold months is wearing it as a sort of accessory. I know, you are wondering what I mean by that.
This whole outfit can stand alone with out the African Print mini skirt from FOLKSHELF.com. But without the skirt, this style completely looses the edge that makes it fascinating. This is what accessorising your African Print clothes in the cold months look like.
More posts on how to rock African Print in Winter coming soon!
Summer hasn’t even started and I feel to fast forward to September to embody some of the looks from the Aw17 collections displayed at Fashion Week. From New York to Paris currently, the collections displayed this season have been of exceptional quality. It’s been a long time since I’ve felt so inspired by the catwalks, […]
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