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  • Fashion,  SCHOOLED FOR STYLE

    ALL TUCKED IN… SUMMER EDITION

    With the advent of bodysuit, the art of tucking in has been on a steady decline amongst the feminine folk as some find it burdensome and sloppy . Nobody loves a smart silhouette more than me however, I personally feel that this art should still be in constant use by us all especially since we have the additional bonus of a flattering silhouette. Contrary to modern opinion, tucking in isn’t for the elderly, neither is it “uncool”. Since this edition is focused on the Summer style, this is a great time to show off that waist and torso and even if you feel you don’t have any, don’t worry, we…

  • Fashion,  SCHOOLED FOR STYLE

    Floral Attraction…

    Florals are like the all- time classics to me. They are so beautiful and are very feminine and ladylike when done tastefully. Unlike popular belief that floral prints are reserved for the closets of grannies or for outdated table cloths, florals are making a come back in Summer 2018 and I am all for it. For my NOLA trip, I decided to ‘dorn one of my favorite floral pieces. It’s a mix on the pattern because I used large and bold prints for both top and bottom which gives a more sophisticated and modern touch.. Also, to balance the boldness of this look, I choose a cleaner/crisper silhouette. Furthermore, these pieces…

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    Isale Eko

    Isale Eko: Land of milk, honey and yellow danfos Before I go any further, Isale Eko means Downtown Lagos. Lagos is the commercial capital of Nigeria, West Africa and is famous for its authenticity ranging from food to fashion. Being a tropical country, it is very normal to see people wear loose forms of clothing to ensure proper body ventilation hence the Ankara fabric. On a typical Lagos day, almost everyone spots a touch of Ankara as it is the most comfortable. Ankara has become less a fabric and more a culture as it has evolved into more creative and innovative styles. So where am I going with this history…