I VISITED Mozambique in August 2014 on a church retreat that changed my life. On the last of the 21-day stay the group who had visited Iris Ministry in Zimpeto were given precious cloth as gifts. The cloth which I’m wearing on my head is called a Kapulana. In Mozambique it’s the women’s Sunday Best. You are not fully dressed until you throw it on. Being given such a beautifying part of their culture was more than just an honour. I wear it on my head because I believe there is a beauty in African head gear that makes wearing it make you feel like a queen, to me it is a reminder of the richness and royalty of the African soil.
PHOTO CRED: Alan Eason and Sibongile Ngalwa
NECK PIECE: Previous visit to Mozambique in 2010 from a street vendor at a beach in Maputo ||WATCH: Era by DJ Zinhle||SHADES: Jay Jays||EARRINGS: Lovisa||LIPS: Mac Ruby Woo|| NAILS: Avon||BAG: Zara||WAISTCOAT: Truworths||JUMPSUIT: Used to belong to my sister :)||BELT: Mr Price||Shoes: Tommies