Some call them rompers but for the sake of the shoot location I choose to use their synonymy which is playsuits. The sun is still hitting the streets pretty hard back here in Nairobi and before the short rains come our way, why don’t we take out our rompers! Forget the dresses, it is all about the practical and effortlessly put together all in one Playsuits that exude the mix of the sexiness of a dress with the sportiness of shorts. These little numbers come in all forms from delicate lace, cotton material, laid back jersey to sultry lace up form fitting styles, in everything from boho to pretty floral prints. Whatever your vibe, there is always a playsuit to suit one’s style needs. Playsuits are amazing and can be flattering to all body types depending on how you style them. They are often worn as a casual outfit because they are fun-like outfits and it is hard to wear them as an official wear unless you work in a fashion magazine office, a design house or a photo studio but any other work place it would be inappropriate to wear this little number. I decided to invite my dear cousin Flo to do the shoot as I directed it and we had so much fun. Kindly follow me on social media so that we can get to connect. Share the post with friends because we all know that sharing is caring.
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Model- Florence Thairu
Stylist/ Shoot director- Meron Dymphana
Playsuit- Jamia mall
Shoes- Thrift, Toi.
Phototcredits- Ngash Sage Photography