Valerie Lihabi

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POP OF COLOUR

Ola Amigo’s! It’s been a rough couple of weeks filled with anxiety not knowing what will happen. I dread watching news as everyday gets scary. Anyways am not here to talk about the pandemic but rather brighten your day with some amazing pictures I took some months back as we anticipate and hopefully and resume to normalcy soon. I have to admit 2020 am all about neon vibes, I really love this neon dress. It’s a pop of colour and accentuate my curves which am all about.I  ...

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THE OFF-SHOULDER DRESS

Hey loves, It’s been a tough couple of weeks with the fear of corona virus but am not here to focus on that. Am all about positive energy and vibes.A quick read as we quarantine and hoping for the best by practicing the best hygiene practices and staying at home following the strict guidelines and measures set out by the government. It’s ridiculously hot out here, It’s the hot season we are almost coming to an end but the hot season will not end without me sharing my  ...

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STRIPE IT WHILE IT’S HOT

It is the bikini season. The weather in Nairobi has been a bit unpredictable but for the better part of the past two months , It has been hot and sometimes way too hot that it requires a mock tail in one hand and chilling in a bikini by the pool. I have been doing the later a lot. Nothing is more relaxing than a cool dip in water in a hot day. Throughout my teens I never wore bikini, not once, If I went to the beach or just swimming. I’d wear some jeans short and T-shirt and sit at  ...

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BODY POSTIVITY

What does body positivity mean to you? Body postivity is an ethos that believes that all human beings should have a positive body image. But what does it mean to have a positive body image? It means accepting of our own bodies as well as the bodies of others. It’s a social movement that is all about celebrating diversity and uniqueness by embracing the bodies we were born with and grow with. It’s not about body shaming or striving toward a nonexistent ideal of one perfect  ...

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