Hi lovely, many thanks for dropping by. On this post I’d be sharing some of my favourite Nigerian budget restaurants in London. Places where after eating both your tummy and pockets will be happy. Click here to watch me prance around London ordering from this places. Keep reading to get more details (address, telephone number & names) and ratings of my last order with them.
Decided to take a two-week break from both the cold and my job from London To Lagos (no Eazi). Spent the first week trying to tie all loose ends for my traditional marriage plans and the second exploring Lagos with my guests, eating great Naija meals, creating content for my platforms and of course taking photos. (click to see on —> BNStyle)
As a huge supporter of Nigerian designed pieces, I’d already copped 3 new outfits in November, I then hit up my mate, Ifeoma – a stylist (@hyperfashun) – who hooked me with two other designers and my 5 looks were sorted.
1. Jakande Arts & Craft Market
Selected some pieces from Nastygal I think you might love. I got these pieces at 40% off but right now, all pieces on the site are currently 50%!!
Click here to watch the video.
as promised in the last video, I’d be sharing more details, photos and a video of the Riads we stayed at, the good we ate and our style while in Morocco.
Find below the names, addresses and a brief description + rating of the Riads we stayed at. Click here for the food we ate in Morocco. Search on instagram with the hashtag #mgtravelmor for style photos. For those who love a cute video, click here.
There is absolutely no need to get into how such a struggle the Nigerian passport is when it comes to travel. So I’d go ahead to share this. Find below a quick heads-up post;