As you may know, if you follow me on social media, I spent a few fabulous days in the coastal sides of Kenya. It was the usual trip… chilling, tanning, swimming, chilling swimming and more tanning. And yes, black people do tan, maybe not intentionally but we do get darker while at the beach…just saying.. Anyway, I’ve already done a Lamu post before with a lot more detail, if you are still haven’t seen that CLICK HERE…. This time I decided to just do a quickie photo diary of my very short stay in Diani and slightly longer stay in Lamu. But first lets start with a look-book post in my favorite slip-dress.

A slipdress for sensuality and beadwork for regalness.
OUTFIT DETAILS Dress: Kungara Kenya…….. Neck pieces: Purchased at a Masai Village while in the Mara.

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This shade of red is just everything.
This shade of red is just everything.
While in Diani......
While in Diani……
Cave snorkelling through the caves off Tiwi Beach.
Cave snorkelling through the caves off Tiwi Beach…. By the way, if you  want to experience this for yourself while you are in Diani, just ask your hotel to hook you up with someone who does the cave tours along Tiwi Beach and they will hook you up… that’s what we did. 

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While in Lamu.......
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He says thanks for stopping by. XOXO JOY KENDI
He says thanks for stopping by lovelies….. Ohhh incase you are curious, all the travel diary photos were taken with the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, 
XOXO
JOY KENDI

 

 

16 COMMENTS

  1. This is so regal Joy …. queening ! 😀
    We love that you paired the red dress with the ethnic beaded jewellery to give the dress a fresh, localised take 🙂
    Love this post!

    Keep it up,
    Kung’ara team.

  2. Beautiful pictures, the dress looks absoutely stunning on you. I love the addition of the Masai necklace, I’ve always wanted one, I’ll always regret never getting one from my Kenyans friends back then.

    Princess Audu

    • Awwww. well you should for-sure visit and get your self a fabulous piece. They are amazing. Both as something to wear of just a home decor piece.

  3. This post is so beautiful. The photography is stunning and gives me serious wanderlust about when I used to live in Kenya. I’m a fashion business student doing my final project on fashion in Kenya and I’m so happy I started following your blog. I also wanted to ask if you could please help me share a survey I’m doing to learn more about fashion consumers in Kenya. I’ve tweeted to you as well 🙂 I would be so grateful for any help!

    Thanks, Marie-Michelle

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