Are we still buying Nigerian while in the UK? Of course we are. I recently shot some pieces with model, Irene of @i_am_taj in ankara outfits by @t4turban in London. Ranging from £10 – £40, there is definitely something for everyone. Being in England if you’re not paying through your nose for some African feel, you’d probably not be getting anything good. This brand has totally proved that wrong and excited my nerves. The finishing of their sewing got me so excited and happy to publish on this platform.
Here are some photos from the shoot.. You can find the rest of the photos on @retrogypsie. Click here to shop directly on their store. Feel free to message me instagram, email, twitter etc) as well for your ankara needs. View Post
Following my recent obsession with t-shirt dresses and oversized tees, I decided to style a few of them coped from Zara. The store at Westfield Stratford is actually my worst Zara but fortunately I was able to pick these items easily on that day.
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Androgyny to me is all about Style. Precisely, it is a term used to describe the art of mixing masculine accessories or apparel with feminine ones on a lady to create a certain/ ‘strong’ look. For example, wearing a really big faced dark-colored wristwatch, a pencil skirt paired with a boxy jacket | a chiffon ruffled blouse with a pair of brogues | boyfriend jeans paired with a top with a bow.