Ethnic Statements From Sugary Sea

The ankara accessories trend has really taken the world by storm! I hope it stays because it’s an awesome thing; seeing how African fashion is affecting global fashion for the better. These accessories give such an ethnic look to whatever contemporary design you’re wearing. Fellow blogger Sugary Sea adds her creativity to the fashion industry…

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Beautiful Blended Purses From Lutachi

Lutachi is a brand that ‘blends beautiful and exotic African fabric with a variety of up-cycled materials’. They specialize in creating women’s purses, wallets, and bags. I know a lot brands work with African fabric these days, but Lutachi stands out because of the eclectic materials they use. Creativity know no bounds here! Just check…

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That Vintage Feel From Maju

Maju is a fashion house that creates accessories, footwear, and ready to wear clothes for women. Created in 2008 by Motunrayo Jimoh, their mission is to cater to the fashion needs of women of all sizes. The first ‘feel’ you get of Maju is how vintage and contemporary their creations are. They walk a fine…

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No Wedding Jitters From African Bride

Have you ever organized a wedding or at least been part of the planning activities? I haven’t, and frankly, I’m not particularly looking forward to it, given the amount of stressed out brides I’ve seen. I recently started watching the series ‘who’s wedding is it anyway’ and believe me, the meekest bride turns into a…

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City Chic From Pearl 11 30

When I asked Ade Yusuf, the creator of Pearl 11 30 to tell me about her company and her inspiration, she came up with a lovely write-up that described Pearl 11 30 and at the same time, somehow manage to even capture my exact feelings about her creations. To change anything from what she gave…

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Colorful Class From House 38

.House 38 is a fashion brand by two creative sisters. Dresses are their specialty (although they make a lot more). The first thing I noticed about the brand though, was their vintage-inspired dresses. Our mothers could easily have worn these in the β€˜80s and still fit in now; that is the epitome of timelessness and…

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