Sundays were meant for music, fashion and a whole lot of chill.
And Thrift Social was looking to bring just that, in a way it hadn’t done before. Bigger, brighter, bolder – and with a lot more bass.
Uhuru Gardens was the venue for this month’s edition of the event which is dedicated to culture and trends, love and light, music and good vibes.
Made in Kenya was the tagine, offering a slew of options for the fashion focused, on how to style things up.
Check out some of the fashion on display this past weekend!
Both sexes were looking to bring their A game, as well as show off their personalities.
This being the city in the sun, colour was the operative word. Bright fabric and denim were popular.
So were the more muted options.
Colourful prints are a Kenyan staple, and many brought with that, their own individual flair.
The risk takers gave it all they had as well.
Here’s to the Thrift Social. We are looking forward to the next theme!
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