Five Kenyan Fashion Blogs That Should be on Your Web Radar

Fashion is dynamic, and as can be agreed over time, it is really difficult to articulate the power of style and fashion through words.

Fashion is best explained through the piece itself, be it a dress, shoes, jewelry piece or the latest headgear. Actually, Edith Head once exclaimed: “You can have anything you want in life if you dress for it.”

However, these five Kenyans have tried to put the significance of fashion in words through their brilliantly documented blogs that you should frequently visit.

Here is our list of must-visit fashion blogs (well, besides ours J):-

Joy Kendi of JustJoyKendi

Ms. Kendi was this year’s best blogger of the year during the BAKE Awards. The actress-cum fashion blogger uses her platform to show people that one doesn’t have to be expensive to be stylish. She has over time garnered the following of most youth as she also demonstrated how to repurpose old clothes through her Do It Yourself (DIY) tutorials.

Nyawira Mumenya of Curves With Style

Nyawira has created a space where our plus-size sisters can draw a few fashion tips from. She helps plus-size ladies get fashionable and stylish through her personal style.

She is also a personal stylist as well.

Silvia Njoki of Style By Silvia

Through her blog, she manages to let her style speak for her and explain the essence of who she is. She also incorporates a lot of travel, makeup, clothes, and motherhood.

She not only is a respectable fashion stylist, but she is also an award-winning style icon having recently bagged the Abryanz Style and Fashion Awards (ASFA).

Catherine Kariuki of Fashionable Stepmum

She recently bagged the Fashion and Beauty Award at the BAKE Awards. Catherine uses her blog to not only showcase fashion tips as she also documents her personal life journey of transitioning from a single girl to becoming a step-mum. She also gives very practical and relatable everyday fashion tips for all kinds of people.

Franklin Saiyalel of Kenyan Stylista As dynamic as fashion is, hence the diversity of those who find a footing in the wide space. For a guy, Franklin has been able to create a niche for himself in this sector. And boy, dude knows how to dress his suits well. He has over time been able to brand himself as a personal stylist for men and for sure his style is clean.

By Jael Janis Keya

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