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HTT Nguoz!

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Howdy Nguoz Fam!

I hope 2017 is going splendid for every one so far! HTT Nguoz stands for head to toe Nguoz and how absolutely fabulous does that look! My love of colors has never been more apparent that through this post!

Turning one year older but not necessarily wiser is always an amazing moment to celebrate and reflect upon decisions made, and to seek out the new beginnings and opportunities.

Sending all the blessings and good vibes your way!

 

XOXO

 

Nguoz

Egg plant Trench Coat- Nguoz

Turquoise Mermaid Hem Dress – Nguoz

Shoes; Back yard

Neck piece; Mr Price Capital Centre

Photography; Buoart

 

 

 

 

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SHIRT UP!

There’s just a special Je ne sais quoi about shirting up that glams and classes you up in such fresh, crisp chicness! Don’t believe me?

Check out the pics we did with Greg Compelement pictures for the Nguoz Shirts collection! Can be worn as both smart casual aaand weekend wear! Variety of designs and bespoke alterations available! order up on 0710 240 970 :)

#thestuffofchic

#Nguoz

Location; Ngong Road Memorial Grounds

Photographer; Greg _ Complement Pictures

Thanks for stopping by

Thou shall slaaaaaaaaaay until you run out of posses then goof off  :)

And then laugh too too much! No really is this even healthy :)

xoxo love and light,

Nguoz

PS: custom made shirts available from Nguoz in all sizes and designs.

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Orange is The New Black

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Hello Nguoz – fam

Orange is my jam, (okay all bright colours are) but Ankara in orange just blows me away! This Ankara Cape was designed by Nguoz and Made by J-Biana (feel free to hit her up!)

Nguoz is exploring Ankara in the next series of posts and we hope to keep it as interesting as and as exotic as the African fabric often is!

XOXOXO

 

Love and Light

Lynette

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SHEDDING THE LIGHT ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

I heard them sometimes, the thuds in the night, the screams, the silent cries were the worst. Things fell in the room, but the thuds were the worst. You were not sure what was broken, who was dented, who was bleeding

They were fighting again, or our aunt had come knocking frantically on our door to escape from her husband, the father of her children, who was battering her.

If you have not experienced domestic violence in one way or another growing up or currently, then I have to say in addition to being rare you and your family are quite lucky and should keep up the peace

In my opinion nothing justifies having to be physically and even psychologically made to suffer, in any way shape or form

To anyone in such a situation reading this, you have two choices, stay or leave...

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