Fashion has seriously struck hard the Land of Africa,the annual fashion event titled GABORONE FASHION WEEKEND has already struck the fashion loving people around africa’s ears as we are just a month away to it.Iam so excited i cannot wait so let me just show you some of the pictures from last year’s event,it featured the likes of New York’s Indashio Batory of INDASHIO INTERNATIONAL,YAYA Dacosta,Koketso,Sessilee Lopez,Kaone Kario (the winner of face of africa from Botswana) and etc…The outsfits were stunning..different kinds of textures, too much color,both African and eastern inspired..the models were rocking the runway like nobody’s BS (Business in case you dont know lol),lights every where the set up is just too beautiful and theres always a sale…Let the pictures prove it..It was happening….Indashio Batory himself in the bushmen traditional clothing…very nice…be on the look out of this year’s GABORONE fashion weekend….we talking food..fashion…music…sales…jewellery…crafts and more…
oooh wow thank you so much my darling dear Miss Jey of http://missjeyonline.wordpress.com for nominating me for this beautifull award i receive it with open arms..i just love awards because it shows that people are appreciating what you posting and am so motivated….God bless you dear…please check out her beautiful blog trust me you are so going to be addicted to her and her blog lol…
Here are the instructions to receive and nominate others:
Include the award’s logo in a post on your blog
Answer 1o questions about yourself
Nominate 10 other bloggers
Link your nominees to the post and comment on their blogs, letting them know they have been nominated
Share the love and link the person who nominated you
Here’s my Q&A:
My favourite color: GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN is my favourite color:)
My favourite animal: dove …ooh its so cute and very peaceful
My favourite number: 16 its my birthday lol
My favourite drink: coca cola oooh wow am craving it even now lol
Facebook or Twitter: Twitter @zEfaQUAh06. facebook am Zefaquah Nokhanyo Mtila Fletcher
My passion: Travelling
Prefer giving or getting presents: Giving !!as it is said blessed is the hand that gives than the one receiving:)
My favorite pattern: animal prints
My favorite day of the week: all days are presents from God i appreciate them all
My favorite flower: Roses an cataliers-love and beauty
Here are 10 bloggers that I think you all should check out! (in no particular order)
This guy is not a fashion icon but an icon for fashion..whatever he puts on his fine sculptured body works even when he crosses the road he stands alone your heart will just stop …He is a music artist,a modeler to me and a man with serious Hot looks both inside and outside,indeed GOD is an artist…LADIES TAKE A CLOSE look as its a once in a lifetime thing 😉 lol
yall good ladies coz am burning know but its suppose to be winter here…Lurd have mercy#madea’s voice lol…
Well my boss have been on a leave of 3 weeks and he travelled to India where he is from and that is where his wife and child stays and he came on monday,as usual he brought us some indian goodies.He brought the BHAKARWADI..it is an Indian snack..its very nice,i love it,it has a great taste…i dont know how to explain it.I got its recipe below if you are interested on trying to treat your family and if it fails just go to the Indian supermaket and buy it lol…
60 gms poppy seeds (khuskhus)
60 gms Sesame seeds (Til)
curry powder to taste
a small sized ball of tamarind (imli), soaked in a little water
100 gms coriander leaves (dhania patta), cut fine
240 gms gram flour (besan / chane ka atta)
oil (tel) for deep frying
120 gms wheat (gehun) up flour
100 gms grated coconut (narial)
chilli powder to taste
salt (namak) to taste
a pinch of sugar (cheeni) salt (namak)
a pinch of asafoetida
How to make bhakar wadi:
MIX together gram flour and wheat flour.
Add salt, asafoetida, 60 ml.
Hot oil and enough water.
Knead to a stiff dough.
Keep it aside.
Roast the grated coconut, sesame seeds and poppy seeds and grind to a powder.
Add sugar, salt, chilli powder and coriander leaves to the masala powder to prepare the filling for bhakar wadi.
Add tamarind pulp and black masala powder and mix well.
Divide the dough into small portions and roll each portion into a thin rectangular shaped chappati.
Spread the filling all over the chappati and roll up the dough with the filling into a tight cylindrical shape.
Seal the edges with a little water.
Cut into three centimetre long pieces and deep fry in hot oil till brown and crisp.
Remove the bhakar wadi from oil and store in an airtight container.
#tadaaaa…there you go..and then you got your own bhakarwadi…
Another thing my boss brought us is the PUNJABI..its the female Indian clothing,mine is in a green and black theme as he knows i love green..i was so stunned..i will take its pictures soon and post..now let me show you just what a punjabi looks like…beautiful stuff…
Now imagine mine in green and black and splashes of cream white the same pattern..its beautiful..:)
I really really appreciate this award and i would like to thank my sweet beautiful friend of http://bohemianspiritedmom.wordpress.com check her blog out it is very cool,she has very pretty interesting kids who she talks about,she can really motivate mothers out there…Thank you so much darling for nominating me..you a re a true star…#hugsandkisses
ok so for you to possess this award there are rules and they are as follows;
1)Thank the person who nominated you,linking back to their blog(DONE)
2)tell some things about yourself
I love coke,i love coffee,i love the clolor green,iam single,iam a woman of God,i get stomach ache when am nervous#hides,iam the mature one in all of my friends and they come to me for advice even my mother,my father,big brother and sister come to me for advice.i love and care too much easily,its easy for me to forgive and forget,i own a clothing label,Bow wow was my first crush#blushblush,i used to dance african traditional dance and got prices for it,iam a good actor infront of my mirror lol,i love Capetown(most beautiful city in south africa) with all of my heart
“You are joined together with peace through the spirit.So make every effort to continue together in this way”(Ephesians 4:2-3)..i just felt like sharing a qoute with you my beloved people…moving on i just want to share some of my favourite African inspired hand made jewellery and clothing by Lady Jasmine an African-American talented lady who loves Africa and i think she must come stay with me lol..I will inteview her in one of the up coming posts so that we know more about her,now lets see her work..i love her because she is my age,vibrant and very creative and works hard at her work and her designs are unique…you can check them in their online shop http://wildchilddzigns.myshopify.com and purchase these beaufiful pieces andthey are in tumblr too http://wildchilddzigns.tumblr.com,they are on facebook http://www.facebook.com/WildChildDzigns too…trust me you wont regret it,these are durable,beautiful,hand crafted in African way..:)
African map earings
African print coat and a ringlots and lots of earings made of wool and wood
earings made of wool
a very nice wooden ring
Beautiful African child with wooden earings
woolen bag,colorsful beaded bracelet,wooden bracelet and i so heart this woolen scarf
oooh check these colorful jewellery,earings,neck ieces and bracelets
painted wooden bracelet,love this top like scarf its so stylish and this guy’s neck pieces are the ish
the matching woolen earings and the neck piece
check the neck piece,the ring and the bracelets…too cute