• Rachel Ruto is a prayerful woman as an agent of change.
• The First Lady ranges from Kitenge to formal suits depending on the occasion.
First lady, Her Excellency Rachel Ruto 's choice of outfit for the swearing in ceremony of her husband President William Ruto impressed us.
Mrs Ruto wore a cream/ivory coloured full body dress decorated with red and light brown designs. The decadent full length gown fit Mrs Ruto to perfection The colour signifies love and commitment.
Ivory is also a symbol of tainted innocence. The hint of red on the gown to the fashion world means love, infatuation, strong emotions, excitement, energy, strength, and passion.
And the hint of brown/gold signified order, standing and patience. And the Ivory/cream color theme appeared to be something she has been wearing lately.
On 12th September, Madam Rachel Ruto and her husband were taken on a tour of State House as part of the official hand over ceremony that retiring presidents and their spouses do.
While there, Rachel wore an Ivory coloured skirt suit. The two piece outfit was paired with a flowery blouse and black high heels.
The suit fit her to a T and the colour was carried on to the swearing in ceremony the following day September 13.
She did not wear any jewelry with that. BELOW;
The third time she wore an ivory outfit was on August 2nd, Mama Rachel also wore a cream coloured two piece outfit during prayers at their official Karen residence.
On her Twitter, Mrs Ruto said that the prayers were 'In response to a clarion call by the Deputy President to pray for the Nation it was an honour to host over 1000 members of the clergy in prayer.'
Some of the accessories one will normally sport on the new First Lady is a simple wrist watch, white studs and traditional neckpieces.
Below are more photos of First Lady Rachel Ruto that show us her simple and exquisite style;