I love how The Nigerian Fashion Industry has grown over the years and one doesn’t need to shop outside the country for quality pieces any longer. There are so many Fashion Designers making waves every day locally and internationally and I try to support made in Nigeria clothes as much as my purse can allow.
Playing dress-up isn’t cool when it’s raining every other day because getting good light to take photos has been really hard. However, I got lucky on a Saturday evening for about an hour when the sun decided to grace us with its presence.
If you’ve shopped recently, you will know that there are some really cool blouses with dramatic sleeves trending. From bell sleeves to bishop sleeves, to flounce sleeves, to ruffle sleeves, there is something for everyone to explore.
Hi, you’ve probably seen this outfit in my posts from Mauritius but I’m giving you all the details behind the look in this post. Let’s dive right in.
Hi, I hope you’ve had a great week so far and if you haven’t, hang in there, it’s almost Friday. Last week, I wore this green and brown outfit to work. It’s a combination of old pieces in my closet.
Happy Hump Day! This style post features one of my looks to Social Media Week Lagos which was between the … Continue Reading STYLE| Workchic: How To Style A T-shirt To Work