This week have been deeply saddened by what has been happening all over the country. Grown up folks who could even be fathers ganging around women and stripping them naked on the streets! In the name of being ‘indecently dressed”?
So my first question was and still is who and what determines “decent dressing”?
In our modern times, the only standard for choice in dressing is and has to be personal. You may compete with prevailing choices at any given time among a given group but you can only be judged on the choice itself and not as someone who is rightly or wrongly dressed. It is true that the way that you act and the way that you look determines what others will think of you. But that is where the buck stops.
Chapter Four of the Kenyan Bill of Rights (Rights and Fundamental Freedoms) is very clear: Every person has the right to freedom of expression, which includes freedom of artistic creativity as fundamental. And in the exercise of the right to freedom of expression, every person shall respect the rights and reputation of others.
I wonder what drives these moronic men to such actions, is it male chauvinism which has continued to penetrate in our societies or just plain stupidity? We are in 21st century and thus can not continue to allow such actions! So today I join in :My Dress My Choice campaign in a bid to highlighted these vices
I rock my little mini dress with no apologies whatsoever after all my dress my choice! (Dress Suit made by my lovely designer friend Sarah (+254 722 604899) call or text to get yours) More details below but first some more photos…
Suit designed and made by: Sarah +254 722 604899 (Call/Text)
Bag: Anairam Samot
Shoes: Backyard Shoes
Neck piece: Jane Beads