Masai Streetstyle

Beloved&Adorned loves the adorned individual. A style journal that celebrates fashion and personal style from the streets and dust roads of Tanzania and the East African diaspora. Our mission is to promote and empower the creative community by documenting the people that are on the fore front of East-Africa’s creative culture. We at Beloved&Adorned hope to spread this positive image that celebrates equality and diversity to an ever growing international family. Challenge the norm!
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Ivy Park cropped top and a satin kimono, seen at Thrift Social 6 in Nairobi

Ivy Park cropped top and a satin kimono, seen at Thrift Social 6 in Nairobi

Ivy Park cropped top and a satin kimono, seen at Thrift Social 6 in Nairobi

Ivy Park cropped top and a satin kimono, seen at Thrift Social 6 in Nairobi

Ivy Park cropped top and a satin kimono, seen at Thrift Social 6 in Nairobi

Ivy Park cropped top and a satin kimono, seen at Thrift Social 6 in Nairobi

Traditional Masai choker necklace, seen at the Thrift Social 6 in Nairobi

Traditional Masai choker necklace, seen at the Thrift Social 6 in Nairobi

Red and black masai blanket, seen at Masai Camp Art Fair in Arusha

Red and black masai blanket, seen at Masai Camp Art Fair in Arusha

Masai shuka checks and stripes, seen at Nungwi Beach in Zanzibar

Masai shuka checks and stripes, seen at Nungwi Beach in Zanzibar

Nanyorii wearing a double headscarf, seen at Masai Cafe in Arusha

Nanyorii wearing a double headscarf, seen at Masai Cafe in Arusha

Play with volume and colour, seen at Jambo Fashion Affair in Arusha

Play with volume and colour, seen at Jambo Fashion Affair in Arusha

Charlotte Hill O'Neal's take on traditional ankle jewellery, seen in Arusha

Charlotte Hill O'Neal's take on traditional ankle jewellery, seen in Arusha

Play with volume and colour, seen at Jambo Fashion Affair in Arusha

Play with volume and colour, seen at Jambo Fashion Affair in Arusha

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