Fashion is a choice. Everyone chooses what he/she loves to put on as long as it makes them comfortable. No one is entitled to judgement for what they put on unless it is provocative. Talking of ladies, there are those who would never dress in a girlish way as they like the tomboy kind of dressing and vice versa. Let's take a look at these two celebrities.[Photo|courtesy]
Trufena Wanjiru Gitu popularly known as Fena is a renowned Kenyan female rapper, songwriter and producer. We would say she is a fashion icon because her taste for fashion is just awesome. She prefers the tomboy kind of dressing and it definitely looks good on her. Check out her lovely photos.[Photo|courtesy]
Christine Njeri alias Makena is an actress, reporter and producer. She is know by her name Makena for her role in Tahidi High back then. She currently works at British Broadcasting Corporation. Makena is another female celebrity who has never been spotted dressing girlish. Its definitely not her taste. She also is a fashion icon because of her style and sense of fashion. Take a look at her gorgeous photos.
Who rocks among them? Is it Fena or Makena.
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