I think it is safe to say that we are now officially in the cold season in Nairobi and as such, our closets need to reflect the same. Assuming your closet space is as limited as ours (a girl can never have enough closet space though!), it is time to stash the vests, chambray shirts and sun dresses in the top drawers and make room for cardigans, jackets, stockings and all things fleece.
As for shoes, this weather calls for boots in all possible designs. Just when I was thinking of getting more cold friendly shoes, our friends at Bata asked us to try out their flagship brand Safari Boots. This is a shoe I grew up wearing and the moment I tried on a pair, I felt like I had reunited with a long lost pal. Memories of the World Rally Championship engulfed me and immediately, I was back in the 90’s with my dad and my brother cheering on Ian Duncan and David Williamson to victory.
For me, the Safari Boot has always been synonymous with rough terrain and the wild. However, recently I discovered it makes for a snug shoe for the cold season and better yet, a fashionable pair for my daughter and I. The fact that I can find a shoe that I fancy in both my size and my daughter’s in one store is a major win for us! High five to twinning if you feel this as much as we do.
The kids sizes run from size six which can comfortably fit a three-year old. What’s more, Bata is currently giving up to 17% discount on Safari Boots until 31st of May as they celebrate the boot’s anniversary.
Head over there and grab your babies and yourself a pair! For more on shoes your toddlers can rock in the cold season, see these past posts here and here. Do not forget to subscribe to our blog if you love our posts!
Love, Joy D’Souza.
Sweat top with lace detail-H&M
Black skinny jeans-Woolworths
Safari Boots-Bata Kenya at KES 1,999
Sweat top with lace detail-Jet Online
Black skinny jeans with leather knee patch-H&M
Safari Boots-Bata Kenya at KES 1,099