The journey to finding your personal style for many becomes a life time struggle and while some find it early enough, others spend a lifetime clueless. Continue reading
It is almost the weekend, so it is time to ditch the suits and formal work wear for some super casual fits. Today’s style post, shows you how to take leggings from casual to dressy. Continue reading
Winter used to be my most hated season in the year because I get cold really easily and because of that, I have to layer up with super warm clothes. Now most warm clothes are not as stylish obviously because they are made for warmth and not for fashion. Continue reading
Fashion is something of a necromancer. Which means it communicates with dead trends to create new ones – and sometimes even revives them entirely and one fashion season that always seems to be revived in one way or the other is the 70’s fashion season. Continue reading
Merry Christmas people!!!!!
Honestly, I had mixed feelings about the celebration being on a Sunday because it’s just not the same. I know many of us have not been feeling very ‘Chrismassy’ but hey I hope we all went to church and felt more in the mood after. Continue reading
Hey guys! How are y’all coping with this weather that can’t seem to stop confusing us?
Pink isn’t my favorite color and actually it’s on the bottom of the list but I do have a few items in shades of pink like this bodysuit, jacket and heels. In my opinion, blush pink is the best shade of pink. Argue with yourself! Continue reading
Though I’m not Yoruba, I’ve always found Keresimesi, an apt and completely perfect description of Christmas in Nigeria. The shopping and shopping and endless shopping, when it’s very obvious everyone is on holiday. When like the Mexicans, (FYI not sure about this, though I heard hot Mexican mom Gloria of modern family say so) fireworks a.k.a banger hits all major and minor stands and immediately get sold out, when Harmattan comes out to play and of course when most people don’t really fuss when it comes to dressing (we copied this from the onyinbos, I guess). Continue reading
When asked about his style, Adekunle described it as “Afrocentric, Urban and Simple.” Continue reading
I can’t believe I didn’t make it to Lagos Fashion And Design Week and GTB Fashion weekend at all. And I was so excited about these two events, thinking I would be able to attend if not everyday, at least one or two days, oh well guess till next year. I saw pictures and was extremely impressed. Continue reading