Don’t you just hate it when the day starts really hot but then it abruptly gets really cold in the afternoon when your not prepared? Say goodbye to those ‘freeze-and-shine’ days and take a look at some women’s fashion picks for this iffy Nairobi weather and where you can get them in the CBD.
The beauty about dresses is that they can be worn anywhere and always look good. Have a long sleeved dress or two handy and you’ll be set whether it’s hot or cold.
Whether it’s a nice pair of jeans, official trousers or yoga pants, pants are great for staying cool and keeping warm at the same time.
Make sure that you always have a sweater with you. Even when it’s sunny, a lightweight sweater will go a long way to protect you from the elements should the weather change suddenly.
Not only do hats make you look effortlessly stylish when it’s hot, they’ll also keep your head warm when it’s cold.
Cold? Wear a pair of stockings under your pants or dress. Hot? Easily remove this lightweight clothing material and keep in your bag for another day.
Start with a thin white shirt or camisole under your regular clothes and add a sweater or jacket on top if it’s too cold. This guarantees that you’ll keep warm and you won’t feel smothered should it get too hot.
The trick with this kind of weather is to carry a big bag. That way you can easily carry your sweater, extra socks, gloves, a pair of sandals and an umbrella just in case.
Slay any look with a pair of ankle-length or thigh-high boots. Alternatively, finish your look off with a pair of doll shoes or open-toed sandals.
Not only are these great accessories to have in all weather, they are easy to carry around and don’t need a lot of space.
The best places to get women’s fashion in Nairobi CBD:
For dresses – Imenti House, Moi Avenue
For handbags and shoes – Jade Collection, Haile Selassie Avenue and Kenyatta Avenue
For pants, sweaters, scarfs/wraps and trench coats – hawkers in Nairobi CBD streets from 6pm
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