Hello ji. Today, I'm sharing with you a gem I found - or rather, a gem that found me. My dress sense is somewhat unconventional especially in this part of the world, so I get really excited when I receive positive feedback. So, one day (about a month ago) I logged in to Instagram and… Continue reading Ajanée.
Hello ji. I don't have that many black clothes, and that is a problem because I feel like going all black a lot, but yunno dark colours finessed. Anyway, this is an outfit I wore to church last week, but with a grey T-shirt. It was fun recycling it. I even had makeup on the… Continue reading #OOTD: All Black Errthang
Hello ji. This is a post that's been coming a long time. The little following I have on this cyber space knows how much I love my transparent backpack. Now, backpacks in general are a wardrobe staple if you ask me; they boost your outfit's coolio points + they're very functional, but there's just something… Continue reading Wardrobe Staple: Plastic Backpack
Hello ji. Lagos weather has been trying to prevent me from being who I really am. The nonstop rain is just ugh! I've been drenched about three times and it's so painful because I'm a good person and I don't deserve such mean treatment, but on Thor's Day I decided that no amount of downpour… Continue reading #OOTD: Rain Rebel
Hello ji. Fashion is a just a big ol' cycle as we all know. What issa madness to us right now was once - in some form or other - hip or cool or rad to another generation before us. For this reason I have decided to add the category I call 'Days of the… Continue reading The Hippest Trip in America…
Hello ji. I'm sure we're all feeling coolio. This is another of my favourite clothes I'm about to share with you (we're family now *tear*). Momma bought me this last year at IJK Stores (thrift store in Surulere) while shoe shopping for my brother's wedding. Honestly, pink is not my favourite colour, but the fit… Continue reading #OOTD: Pink
Hello ji. Today, I'm sharing my journey to self. For the longest time, I didn't fit in; I couldn't - or rather, I can't - be completely stereotyped. I suppose this is a good thing, but for a child on the road called Life, it was pretty disconcerting. I really didn't care about fitting in… Continue reading Unapologetic.