Tomi Short Dress
Tomi Africa Short Dress is a quick grab, easy wear. There are two side pockets and puffy long sleeve. Made with quality African Print with colours on fabric which are seagreen, red, yellow, white, orange. Don’t miss that meeting/party. Get your groove on!
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Look chic and feel comfortable in this African print Bib Dress.
Made from a mixed combination of quality Ankara wax fabric.
Has a front bib style with bubble elasticated sleeves and inseam pockets.
- Wash with a mild soap
- Press with warm iron on reverse side
Short, fitted, V-neck black velvet dress. The velvet fabric is a thick, non-stretch suiting fabric. The design of this dress features gorgeous gold buttons placed in a similar manner to a double-breasted blazer/coat. We love the funky and edgy design which is very similar to the styles of a lot of Nairobian ladies. We named this dress NAIROBAE which is a term used by Kenyans to refer to the capital city Nairobi. NAIROBAE reminds us of the vibrant night life in Nairobi. NAIROBAE is part of our MAHALI collection, a collection that is dedicated to celebrating some of our founder’s favorite places in Africa. MAHALI means “Places” in Swahili.
Karen is a kurta-like dress with a soft yet elegant flow. It has a short sleeve with that adds to the soft silhouette, with a collar and a playful thick belt detail that allows for your waist to be accentuated through its cinch details. There are also large front pockets and slide slits that complete this stylish look. Pairs perfectly with heeled sandals, flats and anklet boots depending on the occasion.
Long, semi-fitted V-necked satin dress with decorative buttons on the waist band. Has a long slit at the back as well as long gathered sleeves with cuffs. We named it IKAPA, which is the Xhosa word for Cape Town. IKAPA reminds us of long walks by the beach or sunset dinners at a romantic beach restaurant. IKAPA is part of our MAHALI collection, a collection that is dedicated to celebrating some of our founder’s favorite places in Africa. MAHALI means “Places” in Swahili.