Photography – Charles Ngomo, Royal Reel Photography
I have never considered myself the best of dancers, but some people may look at it differently, take my daughter for example. She enjoys dancing so much that she will insist that we join her each time, even to simple tunes from her electric toys. As long as I can remember I have always loved to watch music videos on TV, and admired the artistes for their killer moves. But somehow I never danced much as a child. Or rather, I didn’t care to try. It was only when I grew older that I learned to abandon all inhibitions and just flow with the music.
I believe that song and dance are wonderful ways to express emotions – just like the clothes you choose to wear, do.
And just like my fringed skirt made me want to dance, other outfits also have the power to put me in a certain mood. I bet most of you have it the same way, right? I like to wear clothing that speak to me, and I have eliminated clothes which I am no longer on the same wavelength with – I like to call it a closet detox, and I do it every six months to a year, It’s no fun having a whole bunch of clothes, but you still spend every morning hand-on-hips-lip-biting, wondering what to wear? Get rid of clothes that don’t inspire you to get up and go !
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