Amina Rabar is a renowned Television presenter and radio host . She hosts ‘The Trend’ on Nation Television Kenya each Friday. She also anchors a breakfast show on Capital FM radio. Additionally Amina is a fashion enthusiast. She is one most stylish TV personnel in Kenya. Below, we have highlighted some of the coolest fashion trends you can steal from Amina. I have highlighted some of the hottest fashion trends you can steal from Amina Abdi Radar.
Amina Abdi looks stylish with floral printed jumpsuit the ankle boots. You can employ her style as this look will make you stand out while attending events like wedding and dates.
Amina has embraced the animal print trend. In the picture above, she looks gorgeous in her animal-printed top. She has also spiced up her look with a fedora hat. This look is great for casual events.
In the above picture Amina is in a Romper and thigh-high boots. They are trendy fashion pieces for every classy woman. You will look beautiful as you go for shopping and night outs.
Amina has embraced Kenya’s culture by rocking a Maasai shuka Mermaid dress. This fashion trend is a cultural Kenyan look. Indeed Amina Abdi has a great taste good n fashion. Which one of her looks did you feel was the best.
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