Saumu Mbuvi’s ex tears at Kenyan ladies for their skimpy dressing
You don’t have to wear exposing attires to look amazing - Benson Gatu
As expected of a Royal wedding, those who attended had to adhere to a dress code to avoid making a fashion faux pas while celebrating the marriage of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
Tea length dresses, fantastic hats, fascinators, bespoke suits and covered shoulders were the order of the day. And these looks have inspired Saumu Mbuvi’s ex Benson Gatu to dish out fashion advice. Advice that has stoked the tempers of the recipients.
He reckons that Kenyan ladies can learn a thing or two from the dress code at Windsor as they are the kind to attend weddings in barebacks, clothes that expose their cleavage and skirts ‘covering the least of the private parts.’
In addition, he described some makeup looks he has seen at weddings as akin to those seen on face-painted children at Uhuru Park.
It was a great day for the newlyweds at Windsor. However, it was even greater for you because it came with a load of ideas for your wedding in future. Among them, the elegance, confident postures and walks by the bride and notably the natural face she wore without makeup but most importantly how to dress for others weddings.
It's prudent to note the below dignitaries in their respective respectable attires. In Kenya, ladies would have attended such a wedding with dresses exposing their entire backs and cleavage not to mention short skirts only covering the least of the private parts and the excess badly-done make up that gets people like me confused on whether it was Uhuru park- done face painting. In future, it's worth noting that you don’t have to wear exposing attires to look amazing.” He wrote.
Before going on to add “Let this act as a clue on my dressing expectations in case you attend my wedding. Unless, of course, your intention is to confuse the groom. Young men should also be informed to avoid football jersey and the cheers baba attires. It’s uncouth.”
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