Today, I wanted to shed a ray of sunshine on Chenesai. If you remember, Chenesai was a guest blogger back in April. In her guest post, she told us about her budding Zimbabwean fashion business and her inspiring vision for the future.
In my eyes, she is a great example of a woman in Zimbabwe who is not letting their entrepreneurship spirit be stifled by everything that is going on around them.
I am someone that has made the conscious decision to wear some form of African print, so naturally I saw an alignment between myself and the Chenesai Brand. I was also very confident it would be a long-lasting relationship as we are both working mothers that not only work hard but play hard too.
And just like that, I became one of the Australian brand ambassadors for Chenesai.
This partnership has allowed me to experience the Chenesai Brand from start to finish. It was fascinating because I was literally riding shotgun as we created my own personalised designs. I was able to pick the pattern of my material, be part of the design process, and was kept in the loop as my designs came to life.
To start with I had four unique to me pieces made – which will be showcased in the coming weeks. I am excited about this opportunity to wear and support my fellow Zimbabwean woman who is doing everything she can not only to survive but to thrive in an economically hostile climate.
Should you be interested in having your own pieces created you can make contact with Chenesai here.
As I always say, you don’t have to worry about stale fashion being pushed onto you in-store and online when you can create something unique to you.
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Turtle Neck – Target, Skirt – Chenesai, Ankle Boots – Sportsgirl.