'African Prints with WM Hope Foundation'


“If you don't make any impact on earth, you will die before you die. But if you impress hearts with what you do, you still live even after you are gone.” ― Israelmore Ayivor


Hello guys,

I'm so thrilled to be doing this post for various reasons! If you guys remember, I did a post previously on WM Foundation, which was started by my big sis, Winnie (check it out here). Not only does Winnie have the heart to help mothers and children living with HIV/AIDS in Zambia, she's passionate about educating and empowering young people. Recently, she started designing and making clothes for the foundation and I'm rocking one of her gorgeous dresses in this post.

I'm so in love with African prints (not because I'm African :-)); the colors are rich and vibrant; one is bound to stand out in any outfit with African prints. Lately, there's bee an influx of African prints mixed with western style - the mesh in the two styles is quite fascinating if you ask me.

I love working with people that are passionate about their work and want to make a difference in other people's lives; therefore, I'm quite excited to partner with WM Foundation on their upcoming projects.

You can check out more styles by Winnie by liking her facebook page here or you can request for an outfit by emailing her at wm.foundation@aol.com

Photo Gallery

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 Photo Credit: Versicolor Closet

Outfit Details

Dress - WM Foundation // Shoes - Shoe Dazzle


Until next time, stay blessed!