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August 18-31
VOL.14 ISSUE. 26


Kristina Cowie
Published Thursday February 21, 11:04 am

Photo Credit: Photo by Kristina Cowie

Who:Edith Sesonga, nursing student at SIAST and University of Regina. Where: Broadway Ave. Clothes: leggings, $19, Costco (115 Marquis Dr); sweater, $9, Giant Tiger (810 Circle Drive East); jacket, $22, Costco. Footwear: boots, $20, Walmart (225 Betts Avenue).Accessories: scarf, 10 for $5, Ardene (Lawson Heights Mall); earrings, $2, Africa; ring on right hand, gift, Lia Sophia (;ring on left hand, $12, Dubai; necklace, $22, Lia Sophia. Hair:Sharla at Quinn’s World.

Not only is Edith Sesonga a full-time nursing student, she’s also a wife and  mother of three children. When she has free time, Edith loves to travel with her family as well as, she admits, to shop!

Describe your personal fashion style.
I mostly just wear regular clothes. There’s no specific brand that I wear often.

Where do you get your fashion inspiration from?
I’ve always liked dressing up, but there’s nobody specific that inspires me fashion-wise.

Where are your favourite places to shop in Saskatoon?
I love shopping at Le Chateau for special occasions. I also like shopping at Laura Petite and Winners.

Favourite item in your closet?
top which I bought at Winners.

What’s the last thing you bought?
A matching ring and bracelet from Lia Sophia.

What’s one thing you can’t live without?
Shoes — I love shoes!

Any pet peeves?
When people spit outside when they’re walking.

What songs are currently playing on your iPod/mp3 player?
“Empire State of Mind” by Jay-Z featuring Alicia Keys.

Last concert you went to?

What’s one thing people would be surprised to learn about you?
That I speak five different languages.

What’s one thing on your bucket list?
To write a book.

Favourite midnight snack?
It depends what’s in the fridge and how hungry I am. I usually don’t have midnight snacks.

Best advice ever given to you?
To always love people and to be kind to others.

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