By Wini Nduta
Have you ever been so excited to match your bag with your outfit only to realize that you forgot your wallet or your favorite lip balm in the bag you had the day before?
If you are like me, you have so many bags u cannot keep up.
My quick tip is to empty your bag onto a tray immediately you get home; this way you can see all your stuff and plan what it is that you will need for the next day.
If you are too tired, just make sure to empty the bag and leave the planning for the morning. This is also a good way to remember to air you handbag.
Using a handbag for long periods of time without changing it up leads to more wear and tear- which means you will spend more money buying a new bag every few months.. So see the many bags as more of an investment although they are fashion statements too.
Click on our comment box to share what your thoughts are, we love to hear from you.
By Lizbeth Kariuki
Owning up to the fact that you shop for second-hand clothes is not something you would do openly and audaciously. Case in point, sitting in a restaurant, I said to a friend, “Wow, that is a great top you’re wearing, where did you get it?” Loudly and with a cheeky grin she replied “From Woolworths and right after she whispered “Actually from Toi market.”
The question is, how can you really tell whether someone is wearing second-hand clothes or not? There are various tips and tricks to make your second-hand clothes look new.
Click here to read my full article on KenyaBuzz.com