Sport Meets Style. #NAIJA

Sunday, August 09, 2015

Nigeria is often referred to as the "Giant Of Africa", owing to its large population and economy. Nigeria is such a blessed country and I am proud to be a Nigerian. I know we've had our ups and downs and I must say we are still standing strong. Nigeria has so many ethnic tribes and I belong to the Yoruba tribe. I have lived in Nigeria all my life but left when I got admission into the Uni. Every summer, I come to Nigeria for my holiday to spend time with family and loved ones. I live in Lagos State to be precise.

Lagos State is the most economically  important state in a Nigeria and the second fastest growing city in Africa. I was born in Lagos.

 I did a collaboration with a Nigeria fashion blogger but I'm yet to update the blog on that. Before my collaboration came up, I thought of doing a post in Lasgidi and I wanted something different especially the location. So, I settled for a football field on my estate. The green field captured my attention and reminded me of one of thr colours of the Nigerian flag which actually worked out of my good because I really wanted this post to be about my country. In psychology, the colour green relates to stability and endurance, giving us persistence and the strength to cope in adversity. Green is also the colour of prosperity and abundance. I know very soon and by God's grace, Nigeria would be a better country(One day, Naija go better). I hope y'all like the pictures. The photographer did a good job. I love her work. You can check her out on Ig @_tife_

Skirt: Terranova
Bag: Primark
Crop Top: Mr Price
Shoes: Random store in the UK
Face Cap: CroppTown 
Ring: Gift

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