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STYLE BY SHARY: Warm And Fabulous (Part 2)



Hey Guys! Hope your week is going well so far. In one of my recent posts ( Warm and Fabulous), I promised to find more cute sweaters and show y’all how to style them and as promised, I did just that. I found this cute yet warm sweater during one of my shopping sprees at Toi Market. It was just 250 shillings so definitely, without a doubt, I had to buy it. If you’re on the look out for such sweaters, you now know where to find them.


These sweaters are perfect for this weather. They come in various colors, prints and sizes. There are also jackets in the same material, either long-sleeved or sleeveless. The texture and fury feel of this sweater is what makes it unique.



I paired the sweater with a pair of blue high waist jeans from Mr Price. This specific color of the jeans is pretty versatile and you can pair it with literally any other color. I opted not to go with black pants, as id usually do and not tuck in the sweater, cause well, it just looked weird that way. :D


For the shoes, i went with pink Atmosphere pumps. I found the pink to be a nice pop of color and blended in so well with the whole outfit. I got the shoes from @fashoonista on Instagram for about 2,000 Kenya shillings which is a huge bargain if you ask me.


Although I’m not much of an accessory or bag person, i just had to feature this bag. It’s not too chunky or too small either so it can fit clothes, books, make up or anything else.  The black and gold detail just complements the whole bag perfectly.


What makes these types of sweaters great is that you can create so many outfits with of them.Pair and tuck it into a skirt for an official look or a skater skirt for a fun day or night look. You could also do tights or jeggings like i did in my previous post and for a cold or rainy day tuck them in to a pair of boots and you’re good to go!

Hope you guys enjoyed this post and please feel free to leave a comment! Have a blessed week ahead.

Yours Fashionably,


Pictures by: Martin Miano

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