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  • Hi.. I'm Linda Otiende; a Personal Style Blogger. I think fashion and style is all about creativity; playing around with what you have to create something unique and stylish out of it. Blogging about my personal style is an interest I developed about three years ago when I discovered that as ladies, we really go to certain extremes to look good. Yes, we gotta look good but at the end of the day that does not mean that we have to wear the most expensive clothes or shoes to be stylish. You can actually work it out in the cheapest of them yet still ooze class! So welcome to my blog where I will get to show you my personal style and how I manage to look good on a budget. I do hope you enjoy.

    Najali Campaign

    Girls compete with each other but women empower each other~Anonymous

    Drum roll please...

    Introducing to you for the very first time, Najali Campaign Kenya, a campaign initiated by Bella, a fashion blogger at bellathecoffeeberry, who reached out to me and four other amazing ladies and told us about this great project she had in mind and low and behold, Najali came to be. Najali is a Swahili word meaning 'I care'.

    So Najali is basically an initiative that will go a long way into making positive impacts in the lives of women by empowering women through fashion. Fashion is not necessarily about following trends; but instead fashion can be used to empower women. As a lady when you wear something you like then you are able to not only express yourself as a person but it also boosts your self esteem and confidence. In addition, Najali will involve the fusion of fashion blogging and current issues affecting women like the girl child minimal progress in education,women dis empowerment among other issues. 


    So let's get to meet the ladies behind this campaign..

    Yours Truly

    Jackie Waceke of www.fashionfabled.com


    Leah Okumu of www.proudlyelled.com

     Esther Wanjiku of eesome.co.ke


    Let me know what you think about this idea.

    Have a lovely weekend.
    Deuces.
    Linda's World of Style

    Posted in NAJALI
    Girls compete with each other but women empower each other~Anonymous

    Drum roll please...

    Introducing to you for the very first time, Najali Campaign Kenya, a campaign initiated by Bella, a fashion blogger at bellathecoffeeberry, who reached out to me and four other amazing ladies and told us about this great project she had in mind and low and behold, Najali came to be. Najali is a Swahili word meaning 'I care'.

    So Najali is basically an initiative that will go a long way into making positive impacts in the lives of women by empowering women through fashion. Fashion is not necessarily about following trends; but instead fashion can be used to empower women. As a lady when you wear something you like then you are able to not only express yourself as a person but it also boosts your self esteem and confidence. In addition, Najali will involve the fusion of fashion blogging and current issues affecting women like the girl child minimal progress in education,women dis empowerment among other issues. 


    So let's get to meet the ladies behind this campaign..

    Yours Truly

    Jackie Waceke of www.fashionfabled.com


    Leah Okumu of www.proudlyelled.com

     Esther Wanjiku of eesome.co.ke


    Let me know what you think about this idea.

    Have a lovely weekend.
    Deuces.
    Linda's World of Style

    Posted in NAJALI
    . Friday, May 13, 2016 .

    33 comments

    1. Lovely idea and you guys are looking so rad. All the best!
      www.fashionstylemogul.com

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    2. Yessss Linda!
      This is the beginning of a new revolution! Wishing y'all the best!
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    3. This is a beautiful campaign, such a great initiative showcasing African beauty.x

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    4. Wow!! its a great idea linda. That takes fashion blogging to a whole new level. Pia mimi #Najali.
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    5. the best-est of ideas...good going ladies...we support you

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      1. Thank you so much Chirry..you rock!xx

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    6. the best-est of ideas...good going ladies...we support you

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    7. You guys did an awesome job mami me I can't even choose
      Makeup and the vitenge concept is amazing!
      Enjoy your Weekend
      x

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    8. im so glad i came across this post. i really enjoy reading this post. you did an amazinf job. http://www.deardami.com/

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    9. Yes to all that beautiful skin...love the headwrap
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    10. Love love what you ladies are doing! keep it up, and you all look stunning!


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    11. great post hun.

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    12. This is a great initiative. All the best.
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    13. great initiate! love the outfit!
      http://adventuremeetsdesigner.blogspot.co.uk/2016/05/my-first-summer-holiday-collection.html

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    14. Lovely post http://architecture.uonbi.ac.ke/

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    15. This is amazing#love it#all this Melanin#Freak for head wraps
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