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My Trinidad and Tobago Style: Kerra Denel

by Kaylyn Bodden Sep 25, 2017

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Kerra Denel is a 32 year old entrepreneur and business owner of Kerra Denel Entertainment which focuses on events and entertainment. She is also a media consultant and founded the non-profit organisation, Kerra Loves Kids. Born and raised in Trinidad and Tobago, her hobbies include volunteer work, travelling, photography, dancing, cooking, steelpan, basketball and soccer.

Her goals are focused on establishing a successful and reputable brand internationally within the entertainment industry, becoming a global ambassador for the Caribbean and empowering other women. Her long term goals are to help less fortunate children across the globe and to eventually build a school in a developing country. Kerra shares with us some of her favourites in her closet.

Where do you shop in Trinidad & Tobago?
I like to buy from local designers, and I also shop at West Mall.

What are your classic ‘must have’ items of clothing in your closet?
A black dress, tan wedges, dark denim jeans, elegant blazer, comfy skinny jeans, black pumps, leather jacket, white dress shirt, plain white tee and sneakers.

What is your latest fashion obsession?
Dad hats, bodysuits, chokers, over the knee boots and polarized cat eye sunglasses.

How would you describe your work attire?
Classy Casual.

How would you describe your evening/’heading out with the girls’ attire?
Urban CHIC.

Do you prefer wearing flats or heels?
You can always catch me in a pair of wedges; they’re so comfortable yet stylish.

What is your favourite lipstick?
Please Me by MAC – a pinkish colour that can go with any outfit.

What scent do you wear?
I love Light Blue by Dolce & Gabbana.

Where do you get your hair styled?
I get my hair styled at Tribeca in One Woodbrook Place.

Which celebrity’s style do you most admire?
Rihanna.

What style tips did your mother pass onto you?
Mommy always advised me to never leave home with lipstick, there’s no such thing as too many pairs of shoes and never be afraid to express my individuality.