Wambui Thimba continues to wow the world with her stylish 21-day styling diary. Her initiative not only furnishes people with a great sense of fashion but also provides a platform for promoting Kenyan designers. Additionally, she delivers up-to-date fashion tips during a time when people are stuck at home due to the coronavirus pandemic. Last week, we tackled part 1 of her twenty-one-day style tips. As such, below, we have continued with our mini-series of part 2 of her 21-day style diary so you can borrow some of her sophisticated looks.
On day 8, the queen rocked a dazzling leopard print dress by Siri Studios and black heels by Trevor collections. She spiced the look with a leopard-print fedora hat which matched her dress and wore a huge black belt around her waist.
Photo credit: Wambui rocking Day 9’s golden accessories.
On the 10th day, the queen rocked a two-piece Ankara by the native woman in three different styles.
Photo credit: A two-piece Ankara with a tulle skirt.
Photo credit: A two-piece Ankara with open-toe yellow heels.
On day 12, the style queen maintained a monochromatic look as she wore an orange split sleeve dress with a sunset orange kimono by bloom Kenya. She improved the monochrome look by adding an African accessory from zanta adeyde which flowed down her neck to the level of her dress.
On the final day, Wambui wore a convertible jumpsuit by designing Africa collective. The styling tip of the day was that convertible jumpsuits are perfect for parties, dinner, dates, and even work.
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I am a beauty, lifestyle, and fashion content writer. I have worked with diverse clients over the years and some of my best qualities include being cooperative, patient, and always striving to meet my clients’ specifications. I developed an interest in fashion and fabrics from a young age. I have also had the opportunity of engaging in second-hand clothes retail business in Gikomba Market, Kenya.