Great Tips For Dealing With Nigerian Tailors/Seamstress

I am sure we have all experienced many challenges when dealing with Nigerian tailors/seamstress. So here are some tips to make the journey less stressful.
When choosing fabric we always seem to assume the fashion designer readily have all the key tools to match your fabric. To make the job easier, especially when a next day request is made. Buying the list below in addition would totally help speedup the process.
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1) Lining.
2) Two open and close zippers 
– A zip for a top is long but never as long as a dress zipper. 
– A Skirt/trouser require a much shorter zipper than tops and dresses do.
3) 6 yards of bias 
4) Buttons if needed (Bare in mind the size of the button to fit your style of choice)
5) Thread 
6) Hock and eye
Ensure each item from the list above correlates with the colour code of your fabric.
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– Stay fabulous!  

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

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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.

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

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– Stay Fabulous