Yours In Style... Mamus Koka
When it comes to dressing up, many of us have become experts in ensembling an outfit. But now its time to show off our style, we caught up with MAMUS KOKA who styles up some of her favourite JIDEKA pieces that will add a touch of effortless sophistication.
As a busy millenial, Mamus Koka manages to balance all the hats she wears, Human Resource Manager, part time blogger, mum, wife and girlfriend. Booked, busy and definitely classy.
Yours In Style,
How would you describe your style?
My style is very classy, chic and more mature. I like mature things, a very rich auntie vibes. I like to think my style is elegant and sexy.
What is/are your favourite JIDEKA piece(s)?
I think one of my favourite pieces will be the Salia shift dress, I felt very confident and sexy wearing it. It was short, flattered my legs, and it was very classy, giving off a cool auntie vibe.
I like mature things, a very rich auntie vibes. I like to think my style is elegant and sexy.
Did you always want to do what you currently do? If not, what was your dream job when you were younger?
I never wanted to work in administration but then I ended up liking it because I am organised. I am a self acclaimed control freak, I like to organise things and my chosen career fit well at that particular time. But what I really wanted to do when I was younger was to have my own TV show and be a talk show host. I am currently letting go of that dream.
What is the most valuable lesson you have learnt professionally or in life?
The most valuable lesson I have learnt professionally is delegating to the right people, not just delegating to people who can't execute but to people who get things done and on time too. I think that is a lesson for me.
A quote you live by?
I actually don't live by quotes, lol. Well, YOLO. Live life as it presents itself to you.
Books to recommend? Ermmm, lol, do we still read books in 2021? Well some do. I am actually not a reader, I am more of a film person, so I will definitely have great movies and shows to recommend.
What’s your go-to method for winding down after a long day?
My go-to is put on a really good reality TV show and chillllllllllll. Nothing gets better than that, from the super hilarious ones to the crazy ones, I'm chilled.