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ME AND MY DUNGAREE

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Lisa Gabriel photography

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Lindy Lins makeup

This dungaree is the most comfortable and practical thing I have gotten in a while. It’s nice to ditch the skin-tight jeans and resurrect some childhood staples. A few posts back, I rocked a skin-tight dungaree whilst this post showcases the more classic version of the dungaree and personally, classic is aways best. I love how many versions of the dungaree there actually is making it almost impossible for you to miss this trend. The one thing that I love is that it can be rocked both in Summer and Winter in different variations according to personal preference. I am quite schizophrenic when it comes to my style, I would wear this dungaree with a pair of sneakers and a pair of heels. It all depends on my mood on the day.

About this look:

As you might have gathered, I chose to style this look in the more ‘girly’ fashion whilst straying away from the typical. There is a very close association between ‘girly’ and ‘typical’. This is why I have opted to pair this dungaree with a beautiful light-dusty pink polar neck. I stuck to the same colour concept when choosing a shoe. I chose to wear heels because I am quite curvy around the hips and because this dungaree is quite baggy, I wanted to add some length and not look like I was drowning.

 

Lisa Gabriel photography (book here)

Lindy Lins makeup (book here)

 

Introduction to BOOTYFULL

As some of you have seen that follow my social media pages, myself and professional choreographer have joined forces to create the ultimate confidence-builder and dance class for women. It’s a concept that materialised when I was looking for hip hop classes but not the generic type – the type that can make me feel sexy whilst working up a sweat. I did my first class with Courtney and posted a video on Instagram. I then suggested for us to take this a step further and start classes. Courtney and I developed the concept and together, materialised it into something amazing and something that had been lying dormant for so long – A class for women that builds their confidence through dance and other confidence-builder exercises. Aside from the massive mirror keeping us motivated, these ladies genuinely feel better about themselves when they leave our classes both mentally and physically and that alone keeps us motivated.

We are only in our fourth week and have done a radio interview and generated sponsorship. This is only the beginning and we are so excited for this venture. I will have a section of my blog dedicated the BOOTYFULL workshop with all the information really soon.  With Courtney being a master of his craft, we make a great team – better than either one of us could have ever anticipated and this is only the beginning.

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Courtney Smith & Nadia Jaftha

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2 Comments

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    Ms Paula Bee
    March 2, 2016 at 6:40 pm

    LOVE this look Nadia!

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