Here are a few Sunday Styles Inspirations;
Here are a few Sunday Styles Inspirations;
Check out this lovely Style Inspirations;
Good morning ladies, Check out todays Style Inspirations.
Ladies check out these gorgeous african print casual outfits from designers such as Melanie Crane, Ofuure, Melange Mode and Nana wax from Benin.
Muse: Miss @_thessy__
Ankara tie from @shiraba.fashion.blog!
Photography by: @jerrenwillis
Maxi Skirt @houseofsarah14
Muse: Nana Wax
Sunday Style Look 1
Miss Rabiatu ( @_papillon_jaune) slaying this gorgeous off shoulder dress.
Sunday Style Look 2
Model: Style Blogger @prissysavvy
Sunday Style Look 3
Sunday Style Look 4
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Looking for a casual skirt to rock over the weekend? Then you are in luck! Check out these lovely casual African print skirts. They can be paired with an ankara or African print top for a perfect mix match look or almost every top especially white or black. I personally prefer white tops because it gives you a clean and bright look.
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The REALE by Ugo Monye is a three-piece Robe inspired by the “Agbada” – a Nigerian traditional attire. REALE is an Italian word meaning “Royal”, encapsulating the essence of the collection.
Ugo Monye, one of Nigeria’s top fashion brand, known for its trend setting styles has designed and produced attires for Nigerians, foreign corporate personalities and celebrities including Jidenna (Grammy nominee), Joke Silva, Uti (BBA), Alex Okubo, Gbenro Ajibade to name a few.
A lot of men find it difficult to wear and handle the Agbada due to its bulky nature but the REALE introduces the open robe concept which is simple to wear yet stylish.
The REALE is a fusion of silk, cotton and wool fabrics. It’s for the bold, ambitious and strong man who is all about tradition yet desires comfort and style.
MODELS: @royalkennessy @thetoyin17
Ex Beauty Queen / Aviator Powede Eniola Lawrence got married to Ikenna Nelly Awujo yesterday. I love the way she slayed in the oxblood lace. Check out the pictures below;
Who do you think wore it better? … Adesua Etomi or Toke Makinwa?
Personally, I have a crush on Adesua Etomi hence i think Adesua Etomi slayed that green dress better than Toke Makinwa
Muse – Toke Makinwa
Dress – @aprilbykunbi
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Good Morning Fam! Today, i will be introducing you to another Ghanaian ready-to-wear brand “Alfie Designs”.
Alfie Designs has been in operation since 1990, started by Afi Agbenyega Nyarko as a family business in the Teshie Nungua Estates in Accra. It began with her making simple dresses for friends and family and the few who noticed and decided to patronize her services, and they loved what she could do. By 1993 her reputation had blossomed and iconic African Fabric producers Woodin and GTP started contracting Alfie Designs to make clothes with their fabrics to stock their shops. Producing wave after wave of trendy, fun yet elegant designs for tens, then hundreds, now thousands of customers across the continent Alfie has grown to be one of the foremost clothe manufacturers in Ghana. The Accra Polo Club, Country Kitchen, FMC Technologies and Charter House are amongst the vast number of prominent companies that have worked with Alfie over the years.
Alfie Designs is now co-run by Adjo Dede Asare, Afi Agbenyega Nyarko’s first daughter, and shes taken the label to new and unprecedented heights. She is a YALI Fellow, and a CITI Entrepreneur, sourcing a number of influential contracts for Alfie Designs while attending the increasing number of international trade fairs and fashion shows in which Alfie participates.
Having a humble background is not a strange occurrence in Ghana; Alfie recognizing the hardship that some women go through began a Tailoring training programme to equip young women with tailoring skills so they could make something of themselves. The programme began in 1994 and lasted 5 years, saw over 100 girls trained. Alfie Designs restarted the training programme in 2013 as a Fashion school. In 2016 Alfie Designs won a grant from the USADF, which helped them expand the school; acquiring more machines and training even more girls to be part of the fashion industry.
From initial design concept on a tablet to the final stitch by the machine, each Alfie is special. And that special nature is evident in the radiant looks of those who wear and those who see our products.
We love what we do, and we love doing it well.
Ajepomaa Design Gallery GHANA is a Ghanaian prêt-a-porter womens apparel brand.
Afro Mod Trends the Ghanaian ready-to-wear fashion brand, recently released their brand new collection “FLOWER CHILD RESORT 2017”.
Check out images from the collection here: