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Fashiondiaries

Identity: we all have it, some struggle with it. One thing is, there’s never denying who we are. We can try to hide it, mask it, own it or express it, it’s what makes us who we are. Hands up if you’ve ever questioned who you are in terms of how others identify you, not simply because of where you are from but how you respond to a certain status quo. I identify myself as being Nigerian however I have often found myself so far removed from certain aspects for

Hey everyone, sorry it has been a while and I went MIA. I have been inundated and extremely preoccupied with my job, plus sometimes it is good to take a break from something so that one can come back with a renewed mind, You might notice a few changes with the site, this is the hard-work of my amazing friend Alex who gifted me with this theme as my birthday present then further went ahead to help me install it. It is not quite where I want it to be

For Victoria who was a bit bored of reading all the “floral” spring inspired blog posts. The seventies was when fashion became expressive. Think fringe pieces, tie and dye shirts and clogs. It was also the birth of the wedgies, one- piece swimsuits and jersey wrap dress. Hot pants, culottes, maxi evening gowns and even his/hers outfits were all the rage. I have put together a look that can be replicated using modern pieces with a nod to the 70’s. On the Fringe Click here to buy Click here to

It’s that time of the year; the sun is out very early sometimes as early as 6am. The thin curtains in my room mean I get a full beam of sun rays directly on my face.. Who needs an alarm when you’ve got sunshine? The birds are chirping, the air is crisp and life feels good. Yes it is spring, my favourite season as it’s not too hot, it’s not too cold, and it’s simply perfect. The time has come to transition from your thick winter coat to soft wonderful