Wearing the same outfit to the office can get boring at some point; not to mention that we sometimes run out of
The Southern African Clothing and Textile Workers' Union (SACTWU) has welcomed the announcement today by Swedish
Organic fibers made from nettles has bagged a Kenyan company one of the world’s top sustainable fashion
Make way! Eyiyemi Olivia Nigeria Limited (EONL) is coming through with some banging work wear pieces for our
Maison loulabelle always has something up their sleeves to keep us wanting more! The amazing Afrocentric kids
Aso-Oke is a short form of Aso Ilu Oke also known as Aso-Ofi meaning clothes from the up-country. It is the traditional wear of the Yoruba’s (the tribe of the southwest people in Nigeria, Africa). (more…)
Clothes! does anyone ever have enough clothes? In-fact if you are anything like me, you probably have three large boxes, and you always never have anything to wear to work, or school, or church or even to go out and get ice cream. (more…)
African print materials are quite distinct and beautiful in its sense. And why we Africans seem to be so in love with it the formal corporate wears than the creators is quite interesting.
I have always wondered who invented the corporate dressing rule to offices. And the need to compulsorily put on a jacket and tie even when under the hot sun all in the name of being corporately dressed.
I love looking good, don’t you? So I always come up with ways to add something simple to spice my outfit. I got so engrossed looking for reverso pieces (pieces that never go out of style and yet still standout) at one point that I almost had a nervous breakdown (just kidding). You know how you have that one shoe, blazer or pants that go with almost every clothing in your wardrobe right? *winks*. Now you get me.