Diversifying My Wardrobe

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Hello lovelies, so as we run up to the end of the year, I find myself thinking about what my new year’s resolution will be for 2015.

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I’ve decided on what my Fashion resolution will be and I’ll be sharing it with you soon. But for now, let’s talk about diversifying my wardrobe.

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So after attending the African Week London Fashion show and London Fashion Week this summer, I realised that I hardly had any ankara designs in my wardrobe.

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Determined to change this, I decided that on my trip to Ghana, I was going to invest in some pieces that would keep me looking fab, whilst maintaining my personal style. I bought this piece from the Arts centre in Accra.

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Even when I was a child growing up in Lagos, I was never one to frequently wear traditional outfits made of ankara, but in the past couple of months, I’ve found myself drawn to African designers.

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I believe that the continuously rising fashion industry on the continent has a part to play in my growing obsession.

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I saw great looks and designs by African designers on the catwalks in Lagos during the GTBank Lagos Fashion & Design Week (LFDW), and I was greatly impressed.

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Designers that particularly caught my eye were, Sunny Rose, I Am Isigo, Orange Culture  and Dzyn.

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Let’s see how far this new obsession takes me!

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Model, Makeup & Styling- Yours Truly

Photographer: Angela Ogunfojuri

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