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The Shift Dress Look 1- Color Block

One of the easiest piece of clothing ever has to be a shift dress, then if you have one with a pretty design or print, you are good to go. 273 more words

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Nigerian Women and Their Gele Styles

High Fashion Gele

What Is Gele?

In the Western Region of Nigeria, women can often be seen in their traditional attire of “Buba“, an airy type blouse with long sleeve, and “ 823 more words

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'Aso Oke Hat' and The African Fashion

 The Oba (king) of Lagos wearing an aso oke hat.

An Aso Oke Hat (pronounced /ɑː.ˈʃoʊ.keɪ/), a type of soft fez, is a traditional Yoruba hat that is made of hand woven African fabric, see Aso Oke fabric, cotton, velvet, or damask. 92 more words

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Consistency

One morning last month, I woke up with a solitary thought:

What would happen if I actually instagrammed on a consistent basis for an extended period of time?

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100 followers!

Today, I’m celebrating reaching 100 Instagram followers!! I know that when life gets busy, it’s easy to make excuses about why you shouldn’t work on the things you are passionate about just because they don’t have tangible benefits. 327 more words

African Fashion

The Fashpa Chapter

Hey Guys!

So remember I mentioned that I was going for an interview in my last post? Well, I did go for one last week Friday, at Fashpa a Nigerian E-commerce Fashion business and I got the job! 306 more words

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Black and Gold

This week on Instagram, I featured four outfits with black and gold elements. I don’t feel like this was my best week for happy, clear photos but I guess that’s one of the downsides to phone cameras. 178 more words

African Fashion