Impulse Shopping Ahhh

Ohhh I just cannot help it…

Walking through the shopping center with a short list of essential items I need to buy but then the spirit of the Mango sale calls out to me, as a victim I became weak to it’s advances and drawn into the store… For real this is how it feels, sure you can relate!

I enter the war zone (the sale) frantically looking for my size, keeping an eye out before another snatches the clothing off the rack.


At the back of my mind I say there is no budget as I’ve worked ever so hard and need to reward myself… I mean it’s only a sale after all, half price off everything lol.

A sales person smells the weakness aroma coming from me and helps assist in the frantic search for my size, alongside this she transfers the pieces into the fitting room.

Like always I leave the fitting room with about 10 pieces out of 50… Don’t judge me!


The scanning process begins and all of a sudden the not so needed budget became important. One or two tops looked unattractive as you all know while impulse shopping we never pay attention but those had to go. Out of the 10 I leave with just 5, still calculating the damage I just made to my bank account lol.


Reward yourself it is Valentines Day!

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– Stay Fabulous


All you need is love


Think of all the beauty still left around you and be happy…

An amazing Piece by Photographer: @Boboiso for @soepimages

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Happy Valentines Day

The Power Of The High Heel

If unsure of where the day will take you, carrying a good pair of heels is always a great idea.

 Ever notice when you are out with the girls to see a movie or for lunch, a house party or some kind of occasion comes up and that’s the day you decided to wear flats or flip flops lol. Running back home becomes an issue as there is no time… especially if you live in Lagos


Be prepared!  Why not carry a bigger bag and bring your high heels along with you.

 Changing from flats to heels has a noticeable effect on your outfit.  Heels make your legs look, longer, skinnier, sexier, among other things… Heels can transform your look from casual to sassy… Low key to just the right tempo…  heels change your walk to a strut, helping you channel your inner Naomi Campbell… “work it girl” lol …  Well at least that’s what I tell myself lol.


Refuse to be the plain Jane in your crew, every time an impromptu event comes up… get your sexy on!


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Beyonce adds twins Yellow & Pink to her colourful family

Beyonce still looks hot whilst carrying twins in this creative piece seen below!


She made the announcement about two hours ago via instagram, thanking her fans for their well wishes.

Now Yellow and Pink can be added as names to this colourful family.


A beautiful illustration of Beyonce by @Hayden_williams seen below.fullsizerender-2

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Fashionable tips for that Nigerian house party

Hello Lovelies,

Firstly you know we’re not trying to waste a hot outfit for a dry house party right? lol playing… Simple is honestly everything for this type of occasion

Checkout the images above for some inspiration!

–       The 1st image styles are handy if a crush is attending.

–       The 2nd image style tips are suitable for  hanging out with friends.

Now now now… those 6 inch heels you are thinking about wearing …place  them right back… consider a kitten heel or a wedge  as we may not be guaranteed  seats. We can never appear to look like we actually tried to dress up….effortless , effortless , effortless that’s our goal…


This dressing up but dressing down process takes the longest amount of time , funny enough but remember if you are comfortable in the outfit you are on the right track.

To remain fashionable is to stay classy so stay safe and aware,  ask the host about mixes in drinks and even in the food!

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– Stay Fabulous

Are Fashion Designers always right?

I have been studying the craft of sewing for 2 years now and  worked with a number of clients over the last few months to develop some bespoke pieces. If I had to rate myself, I’d say I was pretty good at what I do, its my passion, my first love, what I am dedicated to being the best at …  but still I find my prospective clients still doubt my ability to do a good job for them at first.


… I guess its natural for people to show little faith in letting go of control of the clothing design and creation process and trust me to achieve the right look for their body type at first…  I am proud to say a majority of my customers who let me drive are happy with their first fittings… and the others we typically make happy by the second fitting. For my VPC(Very Particular Customers), the process takes longer… why? because I let them drive at first … when that fails I take over and we get there.


There are two things to consider when creating pieces for a customer… What they want? And what will actually look good on them?

A good Fashion designer is here to bring you back down to reality, to help you sew the perfect piece for your body type and to get as close to the style of your desire. 


The level of quality is in your hands, whether it is a workshop charging N7k for a gown or a workshop charging N20k for a gown. 

We can almost tell what the outcome will be by the prices.

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