Dressing the ‘Luo way’: Luo Festival fashion

Fashion was on a top lane at the Luo Festival which went down on Saturday at the Carnivore Grounds in Nairobi.

Icons from all walks of life graced the event in grandeur and style as they modestly tried to outdo each other in looking trendy; the best way they could!

We take a look at some of the fashion statements which stood out at the event:

Ladies’ Fashion

Carol Odhiambo

Carol Odhiambo looked stunning in this long black maxi skirt, complementing it with a matching peasant top and a wrist watch Photo/Brian Okoth

Vicky Adhiambo

Fashion blogger Vicky Adhiambo (L) looks fabulous in her Ankara short, white blouse, black doll shoes and a black clutch bag.  Her friend, fashion stylist Eve Leso (R) went white in a pencil trouser, black doll shoes, botany print baby doll top and a print clutch bag Photo/Brian Okoth

Gloria Baraza

Gloria Baraza donned her blue nicely fitting jumpsuit with sandals Photo/Brian Okoth

Ladies in black outfits

They decided not to do all colour by wearing black outfits. They looked great in a subtle way Photo/Brian Okoth

Men’s Fashion

Guy in orange suit

I did not know an orange suit could be pulled off this nicely and effortlessly Photo/Brian Okoth

Brian Weke

Brian Weke (R) looking good in blue body fitting shirt and maroon khaki pants. Combat shirt for the guy on the left was not so common; sirkal had to be represented anyway Photo/Brian Okoth

Letoya Johnstone

Letoya Johnstone, the official runway catwalk coach for Kenya Fashion Awards, did his denim short, white shirt, Ankara coat, grey canvas shoes with matching canvas bag Photo/Brian Okoth

Father and son

He said he and his son would go gentry in white, they stole the shine Photo/Brian Okoth

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