t’s been a tough weekend. The flu bug had us all in the Khoza household. Winter is definitely making its presence known here in the UK and although the flu bug is getting better, it inst completely gone. Because of flu we spent most of the weekend inside watching F1. After a decade of watching the sport with MR K and pretending to be interested, I can finally say I’m a huge fan. I waas hoping my favourite driver, Lewis Hamilton would win the championship. Anyhow well done to winner Nico Rosberg and in the words of the man who lost a championship. “But still we rise”
If you’re on a hunt for a gorgeous shweshwe wedding dress then allow me to make your search a little easier. The featured dresses took my breath away and I’m sure you’ll adore them too. Although shweshwe is normally worn by Tswana brides there’s no reason as to why brides from other cultures can’t wear it too. Especially if you are getting married to a Tswana man or vice versa.
Every year the fashion industry is continues to change. Designers and manufacturers of clothes and fabrics come up with newer and more interesting images and solutions for your wardrobe. The largest African and traditionals trendsetters keep up with these trends. Each time, the Africa fashion surprises us with its elegant styles and combinations of different fabrics.