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The fitted kaftan: A lesson in Pain (pt.1)

I once heard a motivational speaker say to the audience, ‘Looking good is good business’. And after wearing the latest craze in Naija (insert drum roll), the fitted kaftan, I have to admit the speaker was right…there’s just one snag – getting into a fitted kaftan isn’t exactly a walk in the park but the pain sure is worth looking d-a-p-p-e-r for (as the pic-story below perfectly illustrates): 71 more words


Style blogger -------> The soho sister

Hey guys,  how is your week going? Mine is busy with school and lectures but in the midst of all these,  there’s still time to share stuff with you guys. 209 more words


Skirt of the day

It took me near enough the whole day but its finally complete…

Deffs one of my more professional finishes.
I even put lining ;)

I think I’m going to wear it tomorrow for my trip to London.



A Demonstration of Love..

These amazing Shots by Nigerian Photographer, Buchi Okereafor are just gorgeous!! He’s certainly talented at what he does. 10 more words

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The Sauvage Suit Guide: Featuring McMeka

The suit is the engine behind menswear. It is impossible to not own a suit. Such a thing would be a travesty. At the very least you’d have one, or two, or three, tucked away for weddings, funerals, and days when you don’t want to think too much about putting an entire look together. 181 more words


#Tradtuesday Celebrating Men with Style

Nothing beats a man in African traditional attire! – Can we say amen? It’s time to start appreciating the guys as well, so from today, we’ll be showcasing more pictures of men in their personal style whether it be in Ankara wear, prints, or traditional wear! 16 more words

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