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KICKS FOR KIDS

Hi Guys, Some time at the beginning of this year, we approached Village Market with an idea and all we can say is many months down the line, Kicks for Kids was born. Kicks for Kids is craft on canvas. The Sheci team has a vast knowledge on D.I.Y and we will guide the children … Continue reading

CAPS LOOK HOTTER ON WOMEN

It has been a while since I posted, but I have been busy with work. I spoke about our Leso/Khanga and Kitenge caps and I know many women tend to shy away from buying the caps, because they are not sure how to wear a cap. I have always loved caps. In campus, I would … Continue reading

A SHECI VALENTINE

Spoil him or her with a Sheci snap back this Valentines for only KES.450.To see all the caps, check HERE To order call/text us on: 0710-468 634(NINA) or Email us on: shecidenim@gmail.com

THE SHECI CAPS

I love caps, always have. Most cool kids, often rocked caps. The Sheci caps, are one of the coolest items you can have in your closet. These caps are functional, cool and fun. The colors and the fabric make it stand out! We use Kitenge and Leso fabrics to make them, If you want to … Continue reading

NEW BEADED NECKLACES

YIPEE!! {jumping for joy}I love it when we have NEW accessories in stock. During this week and next week, I will be sharing with you some of our new accessories. We have NEW Snapbacks, Summer/Sunhats and Beaded necklaces up for purchase. Please do not feel restricted to order, we can deliver to you regardless of … Continue reading

SHECI: BEADED NECKLACES

Sometime back, I talked about Sheci Leso/Kitenge bracelets, today, I want to introduce you to our Beaded necklaces. Most people refer to the beads we use on our necklaces as Masai beads, for all of you whom may not understand who the Masai are, they a tribe found in Kenya and Tanzania who are famously … Continue reading

SHECI: LESO&KITENGE BRACELETS

Leso and Kitenge bracelets are part of the unique hand-made women accessories that Sheci create. It is difficult to define the Leso and Kitenge, so I will show you how they look like This is a Leso A characteristic unique to the Leso, is the Swahili saying at the bottom. This is a Kitenge. The … Continue reading