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100 words on why campus chicks should not invest in clothes only

By Felix Kavii | July 22nd 2016

This is our prime age to experiment. Most of you would argue and defend the fact that every dime we spend goes to shopping.

With a closet of close to 20 pairs of shoes, 10 pieces of watches, and tones of skimpy skirts and dresses, we can barely make a sound decision on what to wear in the morning. Did I mention the wide array of hand bags and clutch bags?

You need not to force square pegs in round holes to remain a figure with bespoke attire, It’s time to invest in quality not quantity. The saving culture is no longer in play. We spend a lot on buying ‘Rubbish’ that which we can’t even remember the last time a set of clad downed our bodies.

 Ladies, invest in proper deeds and stop buying rubbish as it won’t count in the very near future.

Liz Wanjira is a second Year student at Eldoret University.

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