Irish playwright Oscar Wilde said that, “A well-tied tie, is the first serious step in life.” And some men, especially politicians, have taken the step more than just seriously.
Others, like the late tennis star Arthur Ashe, thought that, “Clothes and manners do not make the man; but when he is made, they greatly improve his appearance.” This is proved since for many times(almost daily), you can't just step out without checking the best clothes for the day which usually depend on the occasion you are about to attend.
While Kenyan legislators ean good money and are expected to be well fashioned,some are just much far ahead of others. The legislators' dressing code though do not only depend on availability of cash alone,but other factors including but not restricted to child upkeep, family and health related issues,religion and age factor also come in play.
Casual wear (casual attire or clothing) is a Western dress code that is relaxed, occasional, spontaneous and suited for everyday use. In Kenya,it is mainly used for the case of jeans clothes.
Bellow are ten photos that prove Babu Owino is the best dressed politician in casual wear;
4. Babu Owino next to Mike Sonko in a white mask
5. Babu Owino in the middle in a red coat
6.Babu at the middle with black jackets
7.Babu with an army trouser greeting Raila Odinga
8.Babu Owino in red cardigan
Congrats Babu,keep it on.
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