African Charm

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

It's been a while since I did a Sunday post. Happy belated International Women's day. It's a privilege being a woman. "A woman that knows her worth doesn't measure herself against another woman but stands strong, calm and self confident". There's a reason you were created as a woman.
Back to the outfit, I wore a wrapper and top popularly known in the Yoruba tradition as (iro  and buba) but this is not the typical one its the modernized version lol :)
This outfit was originally for my junior sister but the tailor made a mistake so I grabbed it immediately because I'm tiny lmao its mine  now *dancing*. I love this style especially the  back view. And I think the material is satin not really sure or maybe silk. I also decided to go with short hair so you guys can really see the back view. Perfect blend of colors and I decided to use a yellow clutch to finish the look. I dont like to tie wrapper but I have to learn because its my traditional attire.




These girls have been very supportive right from when the blog started till this present moment.I can't thank them enough. We found someone to take pictures of the three of us together yaay!















Happy girls are the prettiest.Too much cuteness in one picture. love these girls




Iro and buba: Tailored
Sandals: Kari
Clutch: Primark 


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