SAUCY IN ANKARA

If there is a woman that moves my heart with motivation, it’s Oprah Winfrey. She was brought up in a difficult upbringing but she did not allow that to determine her future. Yes, life is sweet and sour. I was only 12 years when I discovered my passion for fashion. I’d draw designs behind my exercise books when everyone has left for sports. I was that pumpum baby; you see me and want to bite my yellow vulpotous cheeks!! Anyway, as time passed my passion developed and I knew one day I will do something related to fashion but  how will I start? There is this fear that storms one’s mind when you want to make your dreams a reality. All that came to my mind was; how will people react since blogging is a cliche? will I have viewers/followers after posting? what would people think about me? will my friends and family support me? will they think I copied them? where will I get the money to finance the shoots? will I inspire them? and the list is endless.

 Early this year, I decided to bury those ugly thoughts because they were stopping me from achieving what I desire in my heart. All I did is ; mumbled a prayer and asked God to guide me  as I start my fashion blog which was something I had wanted for the longest time. In addition to that, I asked him to show me my purpose and make me a woman after his heart always for; nobody can ever stop a woman with a mission. Second, a prayerful woman is a powerful woman. Ladies, you need to know that.Even if I am not there yet, I am proud of myself and very grateful to God, my family, friends, the team I work with  and everyone who has supported me this far. It has been tough but the challenges we face is what makes us stronger

We all have dreams, goals and desires in our hearts; it could be that poultry business, blog, photography, clothing line, law firm, partnerships, football team and anything else you have always envisioned to do. This year I have learnt that: Never let anything hinder you from achieving what you desire in your mind, spirit and soul;Putting God first in all you do is key; you should leave your comfort zone and dare to risk; Stay positive and believe you can do it.

As we almost say adios to this year, create some ME time, evaluate yourself and get to know what sparks the light in you so that you can light up this beautiful world.

Yaaaaas, it’s the festive season! It’s time to laugh,spend time with the loved ones and eat to your fill. If you are wondering what to wear for Christmas, try and get ankara’d. Ankara is a trend that’s here to stay.  I felt so saucy in this ankara dress, it’s baby-doll,classy and leaves elegance across the streets!

Happy Holidays!

 

 

Make-up by @dennis_karuri

Photography @pichadotke

Hair by @Turning Point Salon, Buruburu

Dress by @ B and L clothing 

Jewelry by @wendy oginga

Shoes- Thrifted 

15 Comments

  1. Rosiey

    December 15, 2017 at 9:30 am

    As usual keep doing you babes❤❤❤. Proud of how far you’ve come. Keep at it!!!

  2. douglas

    December 15, 2017 at 11:04 am

    Wah hun very inspirational awsme work keep on am always here for yah looking fantastic

  3. Nancy Ndegwa

    December 15, 2017 at 12:31 pm

    You will go places.. I love this..

  4. Hope Wamhui

    December 16, 2017 at 6:37 am

    Looking gorgeous doll.
    A prayerful woman is a powerful woman???
    Keep soaring???

    1. Shanniq Muthoni

      December 16, 2017 at 6:28 pm

      Yes, you know that right?

      Thank you girlfriend 🙂

  5. Wenzy

    December 18, 2017 at 8:47 pm

    I love the progress,took long to view it but am glad i finally did it..was yearning to

  6. Zulema Bayot

    March 7, 2018 at 8:25 pm

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  7. THOMAS ODHIAMBO KITINYA

    April 15, 2018 at 10:36 am

    Ankara is a revolutionary fashion style. It has that African feel to it as well👌😎

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