Fashion: How to dress to China the Julie Gichuru approved way

Media personality Julie Gichuru brought out her top notch fashion sense during the just concluded Stanford University Africa Business Forum held in China.

The sassy and soft spoken public figure stepped out rocking a fitting pair of African print pants with a black top (below), and wasn’t she looking amazing.

The forum creates a  platform for exceptional business leaders, insightful policy makers, pioneering faculty, and motivated students with a shared interest in shaping the future of business in Africa.

Its meant to exchange powerful ideas and build long-lasting relationships. It is a collaborative effort between the Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies (Stanford Seed), the Africa Business Club, Stanford African Students’ Association and Center for African Studies.


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Posting on her social media platform the sexy public figure said she had had the privillege of delivering a speech during the event

Bringing a pop of African colour to Guangzhou, China!
Powerful week of investment, development & private sector meetings in an incredible city! May we make the right partnerships to unleash growth & development in Africa 🌍Awesome trousers by @rdclothiing #MadeInKenya #MadeInAfrica
@wanjiru_mbugua calls them pants but I just can’t speak American. In English pants are something else 😂😋

Her followers were quick to compliment her on her beautiful choice of clothes. Check out the comments below

 ahmedkabima-..your so beauty gal

samuel muturi.. Looking ausome.

petermjulius..Guangzhou pande gani,,nitabuy lunch Leo

Nickson.kimani..I love the colours za longi why lie

aliyahnjuguna..50 is the new 25

houseoffracia_homedecor ..Lemme screenshot this..looking lovely

Amoszacks..Waaah stunning

          king_kittyin ..Like your swag ,they are very unique

This is not the first time that Julie is rocking African print but  every time she does she just looks amazing,leaving some of us ashamed with our terrible fashion sense



Julie Gichuru


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