For the longest time all eyes were on Michelle Obama because her style was so impeccable she became an instant attention stealer that it was so hard to notice other first ladies. That was until our very own Margaret Kenyatta showed us that she too has it.
Her love for capes is undisputed and considering it is so in, she gives it an extra edge by going for an African print. Finishing it off with some nice understated accessories.
Representing her homeland Margaret Kenyatta went for a blue skirt suit in an African print at the opening of the WAW conference in Tokyo. She flawed Japanese H.E. Akie Abe in this blue number paired with a black top, shoes and stockings.
While on her visist in Machakos the first lady broke her black and white dress with a yellow jacket over which she threw on a kanga and an assortment of beaded jewelry.
While she could have opted for any dress, this blue dress with lace is a classy way to approach a formal dress.
The first lady hands down looked better than Sara Netanyahu during their visit to the country when she picked this textured skirt suit. The black lapel and waist detail defines her waist creating the illusion of an hourglass.
Her love for these Swahili inspired free dresses that have grown in popularity over the recent past goes without saying. Right for a state visit to a West African nation she settled down earth tone colorurs.
Proud of her heritage she stepped out in this pretty number heavily borrowing from Kikuyu traditional attire accessorized with a Kenyan flag coloured belt and stunning neckpiece.
While on a visit to Phoenix, Arizona she went for an impeccable print dress that looks like a gallery masterpiece.
Masaai accessories are all the craze and she showed how to pull it off regardless of age. During one of the Madaraka day celebrations the first lady kept her outfit simple finishing with a bold neckpiece and head piece. Stunning!
Talk of being trendy without trying too hard. That hand piece and the corresponding accessories say it all.
She strutted down the runway in these gorgeous mermaid gown during the official opening of the Origins of Africa Trade Expo where Muhoho showcased a collection.
Green never looked so good. In matching, head scarf and dhera this green outfit with coloured side hem detail is a match made in heaven.