Everyday on Instagram I always look out for style stars who are bent on changing the game in fashion. Starting from their outfit choices, to the inspiration behind the looks, these set of individuals always look like they were born for the glam life. Continue reading
Jude Abaga, popularly known as MI might not have released any hits in a while, but he definitely has not been sleeping! In the past year, his style game has gone up so many levels, it would take only a blind person not to notice. Continue reading
Since yesterday when I got a text message from my network provider saying that beginning tomorrow, December 1, data will become more expensive, I have been heartbroken. While I’m hoping a miracle happens and somehow, the plan does not fall through, I’m slowly thinking up plans to adapt to the change. You know, changing my Whatsapp settings and ODing on my favorite Instagrammers including Sade Akinosho before the D-day, among other measures. Continue reading
Model, Musician, Smile professional and all round fine boy, Ric Hassani has got to be my Style Crush for this week. I have been following his style for a while, and I recently saw some pictures that I knew I had to share, because it will be selfish of me to keep Ric to myself.
Men’s fashion has become such a big deal in Nigeria. There are now several men’s style bloggers who spring up everyday, some of which have amazing style while others don’t really know the head or tail of fashion. Continue reading
Have you ever been schooled by someones Instagram page by just looking at the aesthetics, the way she lays our her images, fashion trends and most importantly, how she displays her style photos? Continue reading
Head wraps are beautiful and there’s no one who understand the fine art behind them than Paola Mathé. She also doubles as the most beautiful short hair diva I have ever laid eyes on. Continue reading
There are only a few fashion bloggers who have originality attached to their style. Some still do things based on how they want to be perceived, or following trends, forgetting originality is key. Continue reading