Inches 2 Style

A blog on fashion, motherhood and personal development.


Happy new month lovelies!
I hope February has started off well for all of you. There are times when your wardrobe just isn't working for you anymore. Do you sometimes lose the feeling of excitement that came when you initially bought that dress or shirt or even shoes? I do. There are mornings when I find myself struggling to decide on what to wear even when I have mountains of clothes to choose from. I have realized that the only way to counter these feelings, is to get exciting clothes i.e. clothes that have some detail of interest.
 When I bought this dress, I was 50/50 about it. In fact my sister insisted that I buy it. And with the current heat that we are experiencing in Nairobi, it is so easy to hit a slump and wear just about anything in an effort to keep cool. I wore this to Church two Sundays ago. I paired it with low-heeled wedge sandals and a purple patent leather handbag.

 I have a backlog of posts. I just got my laptop back and I'm soooo happy. I am also going through a transitional phase at the moment. I moved house so there is so much to do. Even as I type this, there are boxes waiting to be unpacked. And to top it all off, I went for my doctor's appointment yesterday and I was told that I have water retention that is causing my blood pressure to increase. I have been given medication and I'm trying to take it easy, something I don't have much of a choice seeing as my finger joints are very painful. But as the baby is coming soon, I am hoping that everything will be OK by the time I am going for my next appointment.

Wishing you a fantastic week!

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Happy Tuesday.



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About Audrey Masitsa

Audrey is the founder, writer and stylist behind Inches 2 Style. You can read more about her here and hire her for personal shopping, stylist and wardrobe consultations here .
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