I think you must have heard of Jane Mukami by now, if you are into all things healthy eating and fitness, taking care of your body etc no? Even if you aren’t into these things you should have heard of her.

Well, to those of us who haven’t had the pleasure, she also goes by the moniker @fitkenyangirl, follow link below and catch on up!


Now that you are caught up, me and 3 other people decided to take up the 10 day detox, this happened from 21st November to 30th November and was one of the longest 10 days of my life and that’s just the half of it!

I will go through the day by day and just review the general feelings as well as the physical state of things from day 1 to 10, I hope it helps!

DAY 1  ; This is not so bad is it?

It wasn’t, the day went swimmingly well, there was l...

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“Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.

Harriet Tubman”

“A dream doesn’t become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.

Colin Powell”

Hello everyone,

I am Lynn, one of the founders at Nguoz, a dreamer, an artist, a creator. From the recesses of my creativity,

‘Adora for Nguoz’

has been born, each piece was designed with so much love, so much inspiration and a whole lot of dreams.

I believe in dreams, and dreaming, and striving to create realities based on things which are just inside our heads.

I have dreamt of creating all my life, and this is just the beginning of my creative journey, I present to you my clothing line, a...

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It’s all in the details

A hearty hello from us here at Nguoz!

As a blogger, one must always focus on the details of the shoot, there is of course the main garment/outfit but there are also the accoutrements which accompany said outfit which ‘bring the look together’,

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A hearty hello from all of us here at Nguoz!

We hope you have been well! We took a hiatus to just reflect on what artistic contributions we wanted to make to the blogosphere especially in Kenya and also internationally.

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Who are we?

Are we really who we are, we wear masks every day, we must conform to various groups, and fit in with the rest.

What do our masks say about us?

What does your mask say about you?

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A hearty hello from everyone here at Nguoz! I hope you have all been A-Okay and I hope the year has started well for everyone, good will and best wishes all around.

Happy Valentine’s Day! Its origin is shrouded in some mystery, but the most wide spread tale is as below;
Once upon a time, circa the 14th Century, there are tales about one Saint Valentine of Rome which indicated he was imprisoned for performing weddings for soldiers who were forbidden to marry and for ministering to Christians, who were persecuted under the Roman Empire. According to legend, during his imprisonment, Saint Valentine healed the daughter of his jailer, Asterius, and before his execution, he wrote her a letter signed “Your Valentine” as a farewell. He died for love and was martyred...

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Nature and the elements surround us and breathe life into us, embalm us into the embrace of the world, we set out to re-make the three main elements as gowns and looks as a homage to life and the world and as a loop between fashion and the elements we encounter in our lives.

We encounter fire sometimes, burning pain and loss, like the Paris attacks, and the attacks in Lebanon and Beirut, Nigeria, Kenya, Syria, and so many other countries and areas and regions and continents, fire scorches us in pain and loss but we must stay strong and use  the pain and the fire to forge our strength, our fortitude and courage.

we encounter water, we are swept away by life floods and actual floods, we experience tsunamis like Japan and Mexico, we experience El-nino rains like Uganda, Madagascar, Kenya and...

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EDITED RAW- APW (African princess warrior)

Well hello there everyone! It’s been a minute, the ladies of Nguoz salute you. We would like to share on this post the raw edits of the African princess warrior post and just juxtapose that with the final work on the previous post.

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The African Princess Warrior showcases the epitome of the femininity, resilience and strength that abounds on the African continent. From sunrise to sunset, the African woman strives to revolutionize her surroundings, living in lush tropics surrounded by the majesty of snow capped mountains and winding rivers, vast oceans and seas and concrete jungles. She is the soul of Africa, sure and strong, unrelenting in her passionate dreams. She is Africa, and Africa is her.

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The maxi dress is as versatile as it is gallant, always coming to our rescue when we need an outfit we can play around with and look graceful in at the same time. A Maxi dress is easy to throw on, chic and super comfortable.  You can either wear them with flip flops for a casual look or dress them up with fun accessories and some colorful wedges! It may also be worn loose or be worn a bit more form fitting, which can morph into a dinner dress like the look Sheelah went with (that’s PG rated BTW)

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