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By Vision Reporter

Added 8th December 2006 03:00 AM

The festive season always brings in a flood of items. So, shopping from downtown means that you will meet several other people wearing the same outfit. How about spending a little extra cash on the trendiest items from uptown? Two fashion designers take us through what’s sizzling.

The festive season always brings in a flood of items. So, shopping from downtown means that you will meet several other people wearing the same outfit. How about spending a little extra cash on the trendiest items from uptown? Two fashion designers take us through what’s sizzling.

By Vision Reporter

The festive season always brings in a flood of items. So, shopping from downtown means that you will meet several other people wearing the same outfit. How about spending a little extra cash on the trendiest items from uptown? Two fashion designers take us through what’s sizzling.

“Leggings are a great way for one to show off her feminine silhouette without adding any extra weight. They are best worn with flaunty mini-skirts as well as ankle boots,” says Maureen Namatovu of Oval Lines fashion label.

Buy leggings from Jon and Ton on Pioneer Mall for sh20,000 and ankle boots from Sylvie’s Boutique for sh200,000.
Ankle boots are having their big moment on the fashion scene once again, having faded out in the 1980s. They are appreciated by both the young and older generations.

Vivian Nakandi of Loita Designs says ankle boots match with skinny jeans, short skirts and leggings. The hottest styles come in cool brown suede or red glossy finish.

Fashionistas no longer have to walk about with corns and aching feet just because they wore sharp-pointed stilettos the day before. Peep toes also give the option of showing off an exquisite pedicure. They cost sh600,000 at the Ex-Options Boutique on Jumbo Plaza.

By now, every fashionista knows that oversize belts are a must-have. Pick them from Lala’s Collection for sh50,000.

Spend a little more for unique itemsS

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