Renowned journalist and diplomat, Gina Blay, has been receiving interesting accolades on social media over her unique display of Ghana’s Kente in a snowy weather in Estonia.
Gina who was in Estonia to present her credentials as ambassador accredited to that country wore a deep cut neckline Kente Kaba and Slit.
Ambassador Blay with the President of Estonia, Kersti Kaljulaid
However, while inspecting the guard of honour mounted to welcome her; she decided to add a winter coat over the dress. She then stylishly completed her looks with another Kente over her shoulders as though it was a blanket.
Ambassador Blay inspecting a guard of honour
That gave her a distinctive and unique look which many Ghanaians applauded.
The dress has been generating a lot of interest on social media with many praising the style and how she used the Kente, a colourful Ghanaian traditional fabric which is worn mostly on important occasions and celebrations.
To some people, she didn’t only make a fashion statement but also represented Ghana well by projecting the country’s rich Kente in a unique way.
Gina who is also the Ghanaian ambassador to Germany appears to have a thing for Kente. She has been captured in a Kente inspired outfits a number of times.