Should I begin with my hair or the amounts of sun I soaked up in this outfit. I have said it many times before that I have learned all I know about being a wedding guest from the two most influential women in my life.

The last time I wore a wedding look for the blog, I borrowed from my mother’s closet. Today I borrow from my sister’s closet. This is befitting seeing as two years ago today she got married. This skirt is the remake of what used to be a dress that belonged to my sister. The number of clothes  that rotate between us saw this land in my hands last year. I immediately knew that I wanted it cut into a skirt and save it for a special occasion. I am one who is patient with certain pieces in my wardrobe and would rather wait ten years until the perfect time for me to debut the piece. Incidentally, I also acquired the clutch bag last year in May and have never used it until this weekend. Does anyone else do this?

Paired with a crop top and African beads, a pair of cap toe heels and contrasted with a pop of blue this look is perfect for a September wedding! Can we take a moment to discuss my hair… I have been working with good old Bella Rhea helping her set up shop. She’s been doing hair underground for a while now but I think you and I both agree she should not keep hiding this talent. Follow her Instagram page Hair_by_Rhea for bookings. She took these photos on my phone right before I left for the wedding.

You showed me so much love on social media, don’t shy away from leaving a comment down below!

Channelling #JanelleMonae today. Hair done at @Hair_by_rhea

A photo posted by Grace Ndiege (@pisces_twentytwo) on




With Salome, Look at the detail in the hair!



Crop top- Mr. Price | Skirt – Custom made | Shoes- Thrift (Adams Arcade) | Clutch – Gift (Nakumatt City, Kisumu) | Neckpiece – Maasai Market | Studs – Roberto Paggio (Duty Free Shops) Lips: Vault by Dillish in Chiraz
  • Meron Dymphana

    The whole outfit is a show stopper!! I love the whole combination. Greta style ma!

    • Grace Ndiege

      Thank you!

  • Emilly moraa

    Looking lovely,the skirt,accessories ♥

    • Grace Ndiege

      Thank you Emily!

  • Mercy

    You have the best thrift finds,your choice of African print is so unique…can we have a hour to talk about your hair,you look so good.

    • Grace Ndiege

      It’s always a hit or miss trust me.= with thrifts but somehow lately my hands have just been having the midas touch when it comes to sifting through piles. Thank you my hair really took an effort but it was totally worth it

  • waluvengo

    Your hair is EVERYTHING!!! Of course I’m loving your outfit too, but that hair tho… Love it1

    • Grace Ndiege

      Thank you! My girl is a genius you should seek her out she will hook you up.

  • Almasi

    The hair, the shoes, the skirt, the style i love everything. This looks like something you in the 1940’s, picture a scarf around your neck. I soo love this look. Betty Bop look. I love.

    • Grace Ndiege

      This silhouette for me is absolutely Marilyn Monroe but i did not want to sound cliche. Felt like an absolute lady in it. I know what you mean the scarf, huge round sunglasses and a drop top riding in the countryside with my beau. Thank you for reading

  • Almasi

    The hair, the skirt, the shoes, the style be so on point i want to steal it. This looks like something back in the 1940’s picture tieing a scarf around your neck. Betty bop type of thing. I love. Love love.


  • Ms. Shee Art

    the hair the skirt, you look so beautiful
    ps. that’s my fav color

    • Grace Ndiege

      Thank you! I am leaning more towards warm colours now that its summer in Nairobi.