The runway model who has authored a motivational book titled Capable You believes every career woman should always opt to dress for the boardroom and not for the bedroom.
In a Facebook post, Everline wrote, “#TeamBoardroom Dear ladies I know you love cleavage and want to bring it to work, which is fine with me as long as you feel awesome in it, after all a cleavage can earn you a contract just as a professional outfit can.”
She continued, “This is the difference a cleavage will earn you a one night contract to the bedroom with one man while a well pieced professional outfit will earn you a year plus contract to the boardroom where you will spend days with men and women contributing to positive change in the society, which one do you choose now? #Bedroom or #Boardroom?? #DressForLongTermSuccess.”
The Kisumu-bred model began modelling professionally in Kenya in 2005 and has several awards to her name including Miss International Woman 2006 and 2007, Miss Wakilisha Na Trust Kenya 2006, M-Net Face of Africa Finalist 2008, Miss World Kenya Finalist 2009 among others.