Hello ladies. How are we doing? Shall we continue our fashion talk from Ankara Look book 2, let’s look at ankara slay today. Enjoy the catalogue and keep up Slaying like Queen that you are. We’ve come to the end of today’s style post, hope one of the styles got your attention and now it’s time to sew. Below are my recommendations where you can access material, looking forward to sharing more styles. Till next style post, keep up Ankara… Read More »Ankara Slay Fashion
Isiagu is an African wear peculiar to the Igbo tribe. It’s a beautiful material you can’t but fall in love at first feel of it. Disclaimer: I can be if you click on a link and make a purchase, compensated via a cash payment, gift, or something else of value for writing this post at no extra cost to you. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Please read my full Affiliate Disclosure for more information. Yesssss! My favourite couple… Read More »Isiagu Styles
Another Saturday to attend weddings. Assuming you aren’t attending any wedding this Saturday like myself, gather around let’s look through these asoebi styles and prepare for when it’s our turn to attend wedding. Having come this far, thank you. Stay subscribed for more Asoebi styles! ✌✌.
This post is solely style inspiration and no style description. African style inspired! Enjoy!! Stay subscribed to this blog for more African style inspiration for owambe. You can as well purchase African materials to sew any of the above styles from Zanaposh. Xoxo❣❣
Feels like it’s just been health blog posts. Well you won’t blame a sister who is concerned about the health system and hasn’t attended wedding in awhile😂😂 but don’t worry we are having owambe post today. Whether I have attended Wedding recently or not, shouldn’t prevent me from admiring beautiful wobe styles and blogging about it. Sit back and enjoy these styles. You can indicate your favourite in the comment section and the one style you might replicate. Had to… Read More »Owambe Styles
Been quite busy looking for updated styles for my Ankara gift from a friend and I stumbled upon these styles. Of course some of which were inspired by lanredasilva, a bespoke fashion icon I have come to admire for her creativity in a world dominated by men. Hoping to be styled by her someday. Sit back and look through these styles with me😄 Ankara kimono against a while gown with a hair afro puff which can be gotten from Zanaposh. pleated… Read More »Ankara Look book 2