AFRICAN SAFARI GIRL; The ultimate gamedrive style guide

I have always been a dining over clubbing, wildlife over malls and so on Kind of girl. Lucky for me, Kenya is a wildlife country, we are home to the most sought after national parks and Reserves. I waste no time whenever there’s a chance to be in the wild. For all wildlife enthusiasts planning to do a game drive in Kenya, or anywhere in Africa and don’t know what to pack , cancel outfits of your problems list because Edgy M is about to fix that. My game drive wardrobe consists of neutrals, soft textures, minimum prints and pattern, hats, and comfortable shoes. With this in mind, I have put together looks to inspire anyone thinking of going for a game drive or anyone about to go nuts sitting on a heap of clothes undecided on what to pack. Please bear in mind, game drives involve muddy, bumpy and dusty roads. Imagine such a situation in tight jeans or shorts, the sweat, the friction and all sorts of discomfort. So all the inspired looks involve khakis and other comfortable fabrics as well as fairly loose fittings.Now that we have talked of color pallet and texture, lets address the specifics. Shirts, dresses trousers and shorts are a pass. Game…

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Dining in Ghost Town

When you are in confinement this much and the longest trip is either to your washroom or bedroom, you can’t help but crave for a breather in surroundings that remind you of being alive and other humans. I hadn’t realized how much I missed dressing up until got into my easy button-down dress and feeling like a girl with a place to be and things to do, except this time I was only going with a mission of saving my sanity.  While enjoying delicacies at Harvest here, the streets, mall even the restaurant felt a lot like lonely planet. There is a vibrant energy when there are happy people on a table next to you over an empty table. Truth be told, the looks on their faces reflected the fear and uncertainty on mine.  But it was obvious they craved being out as much as I did. The measures around will not let you forget even for a second the crisis the world is in. I know it is a tough time, some of us have lost jobs, some businesses, some health, some loved ones, but I hope we stay strong, for us and for those who can’t stay strong for themselves,  I only hope we heal, I hope…

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