gorgeous Joyce

gorgeous Joyce

“Fashion is very important…it is life-enhancing and like everything that gives pleasure…it is worth doing well {Vivienne Westwood}”

From her bubbly voice….amazing jams and above all…..her style is outstanding, well we all love her...Today we have a chit chat with the talented Joyce Omondi Waihiga

1) How can you describe your style?

Classy, elegant, chic yet effortless.

2) What are some of shopping rules you wouldn’t necessarily recommend to others but which you follow?

I love shopping online because I really don’t enjoy rummaging through racks of clothing. I just end up bored and worked up. The challenge with online shopping though is that it can sometimes be a hit or miss, especially when it comes to ensuring a good fit. If the store you’re looking at has a good return policy then it’s ok, otherwise you’ll then have to find a good tailor to take it in for you if it’s too big, or you’ll have to donate it if it’s too small.(smiles)

3) Was there a moment in your life when something “CLICKED” for you about fashion or dressing or hair? Whatwas it and why do you think happened then?

Ever since I was a child, my mother always emphasized the importance of representing God, myself and my family well. She would always say, “You never know where you’ll be or who you have to meet. Always be prepared.” It’s a lesson that has always rang true in my life, including in how I dress. So as much as I want to look stunning, I also make sure that I am the best version of myself. How I carry and represent myself will determine how others treat and perceive me. If you respect, honor and value yourself, sooner or later others will have no choice but to do the same. In the same way, if you dress and portray yourself as a sexual object, people may sadly diminish your worth to just that, and treat you as such.

4) Are there any clothing (or related) items that you have in multiple? Why do you think you keep buying this thing?

Jeans and/or trousers. I find it difficult to find ones that fit my body type well. So when I do find them, I almost always pick up a couple in different colors.(smiles lightly)

5) Is there any fashion trend you’ve refused to participate in and why?

I generally don’t participate in any trends because I want to stand out on my own rather than look like everyone else. Also, not every trend will suit my body, personality or character. My style is not about particular fashion items or pieces but rather about how I carry and represent myself. So I never really worry about whether what I’m wearing is in or out of season. What’s most important to me is being comfortable, wearing what flatters my body, and representing myself, my husband, my family and those who look up to me well. I think being classy is about being graceful, secure and timeless, and unfailingly following trends just seems to be the exact opposite.

6) Do you look up to anyone in terms of style/fashion, both locally and internationally?

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge; Jessica Pearson from the series Suits J; Toke Makinwa from Nigeria

7) What are you grateful for?

Purpose and God’s grace to pursue it


Did you know Joyce is a Kenyan gospel artist…listen to her new single Lihimdi Jina Lake (such an amazing track) and check it out on her youtube channel.

Social handles:

Instagram : @joyceomondi

I like having talks with different people and this way I get to learn new and amazing tips that I hold dear by the way…and yes I’ve learned a few today…question is have you!?

Article compiled by Wanja Marema (follow me on Instagram & lets connect)


Fashion can be bought style one must possess {Edna Wolman}

Till next time…keep it kaytietela.com


4 Responses to gorgeous Joyce

  1. Tonie

    Oct, 20, 17 at 3:22 am

    “How I carry and represent myself will determine how others treat and perceive me” well said

  2. Verra Gakenia

    Oct, 20, 17 at 1:43 pm

    Lovely article and very inspiring…

  3. Oct, 29, 17 at 6:55 pm

    Thank you hope you’ve been very much inspired


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