Ever had that one friend you think over dresses for every occasion?
Well I am part of that “bad gang”, “the fashionistas” that over dress for every possible event… lol.
Here is guide to help you understand our mind-set a little better.
For us …how we dress has nothing to do with what other people think … It is simply how we chose to express ourselves… we set a personal bar on how we dress that is typically higher than most people.. The same way some people push themselves to be the fittest ( health wise) or the most productive (work wise).
Most people believe we do so to show off or make a point and that is sooooo far from the truth … It is a life style choice.
Believe me when I say it take us even more time to dress down than it does to dress up …because of the conscious effort we have to make not to look over dressed.
For me being a creative person, my body is my canvas from head to toe. taking the time to style my hair to match my look for the day, pairing the right shoes with the right outfit to achieve a certain look… hard work for most… comfort zone for us.
Our hair is our crown so styling it any which way should always is a thrill. For others its makeup or doing their nails. We do what makes us feel pretty, for ourselves first …before anyone or anything else.
Everybody can learn to tap into the Fashionista mind set in some small way and I would encourage it…
– Stay Fabulous
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Stolen from your boyfriend or bought in Zara, the love for the oversize t-shirt lives on.
Casual and chic, matched with skinny jeans and a good pair of heels can never go wrong.
Worn loose or tucked-in to tease your admirers, this look is perfect for weekend vibes, hangouts and cuddle dates with the Hubby.
The oversize t-shirt is a forgiving style and can be rocked by any body type. Remember to buy two sizes up from your usual size to achieve the full effect.
If heels are not your preference, throw on a pair of sneakers to take on the full Tomboy style.
For those that love making fashion statements, do dare to wear it as a dress but beware of the attention.
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– Stay Fabulous
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.
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)
6) Hock and eye
Ensure each item from the list above correlates with the colour code of your fabric.
– Stay fabulous!