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A female blesser – a true fashion definition

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Thabisa Faltein is a public servant working for Eastern Cape Provincial Legislature and also a Public Administration student at the University of Fort Hare. Her personality is full of love and bubbly, a God fearing young lady, who is a church leader and a very outspoken person. Thabisa is a lover of great things and she is fashion forward.

Look #1: This look was inspired a young lady from Ghana, miss independent like me. She always rocks nice dresses and this one was no exception and was designed by Sandisiwe Kolman.

look 1

Ms. Faltein’s style is simple, decent, elegant and classy. She is comfortable in her style and she loves the fact that it doesn’t attract a lot of attention. Outside the office, she is a sneaker and skinny jeans kind of a person.

Look #2: Navy happens to be her favourite colour and the navy suit just complemented her look as it shows independence. She is a blesser, simply because of her independence. Her Peruvian weave, a pair of shoes or nail pedicure are one of the supplementary spoilers and take care of them. To get that office look try to get something that you will be comfortable in you don’t have to wear something expensive wear something that is not too revealing yet commanding. When it comes to makeup like to keep mine minimal mascara, eyeliner, and lipstick. I love a unique thing that is why I like to have my things designed for me so that I do stand out.

look 2

Look #3: This was a birthday present for my 25th birthday at the beginning of this year from Sandisiwe Kolman. This is just queening all the way, Mermaid design with purplum and long sleeves, it has this traditional part of it, three layers of the bottom lace, including chiffon because she knows I love lace it has to be there.

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There is nothing wrong with following trends but don’t wear things that will end up not looking so nice. Be comfortable in what you are wearing so that you don’t end up being insecure about what you are wearing.

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