My style of dressing is unique: Pretty Sindy

Pretty Sindy

ONE of Zimbabwe's runway queens Sindiso Ndlovu, affectionately known as Pretty Sindy has boasted of her unique dressing style which makes her stand out in a crowd.

Pretty Sindy has competed at many international pageants that include Miss Multinational in India where she made it to the top nine, Miss Inter Global in Malaysia landing in the top five and Miss Tourism Global in China, where she was crowned queen. Her fourth and last pageant was Miss Africa Golden 2021 in Lagos Nigeria, where she was crowned queen.

The pageant queen has appeared in many red-carpet events, runways, TV programmes and even in day-to-day life she seems to be always looking on point. She attributes her looks to knowing what looks good on her.

“In selecting what to wear I choose what looks exquisite on me and when choosing my designer, I look for one who normally makes clothes that are my style type,” said Sindy.

“I already feel my style of dressing is unique, so whatever I decide to wear will most likely stand out as I like to look and feel extra at events especially red-carpets.”

Ndlovu advises ladies on how to get a perfect dress for the carpet as she shares her process which includes sending the design one wants to the designer on time.

“To find a dress for the red carpet I first find out the theme or color scheme for the event and after that I assign a designer to do a dress for me and normally I send the design I want a week earlier to avoid unnecessary inconveniences,” she said.

Apart from being a pageant queen, Ndlovu is an entrepreneur and yoga fanatic. She owns a cosmetic line called Pretty by Sindy and a car rental service.

She graduated with a double degree in Biochemistry and Statistics from the University of Fort Hare in South Africa.

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