Skip to main content

STYLE INSPIRATION – DENIM ON DENIM AND RIPPED

Denim is one fabric that can never go out of style, there's this revolving essence attached to it that appeals to every generation, it reminds me of the 90's especially in western music videos, when artists like the group “boys II men, usher, to mention a few rocked the Denim. Over time, denim has evolved to represent a fashion niche in the industry. I call it my comfy, because it can pass for any occasion from work, to events then relaxation, depending on the mood or style.



monica of awed by monica (she inspired my denim post)

Genevieve Nnaji rocking ripped denim pants


Rihana rocking ripped denim skirt and jacket


                                       Guys Rocking the Denim on Denim
Denim with boots


Denim with hat

Denim with heels

 The denim and boots was a typical workshop outfit back then, but recycled and worn stylishly now, u can style your denim with nice pair of shoes, any fabric, accessories and good make up.


The very interesting thing about the denim to me is that it’s a recycle process that has come to stay, a casual yet stylish outfit, the denim can be worn with any fabric or styled as desired. I was going through a website and I was wowed by a fashion blogger www.awedbymonica , she inspired this very post of mine, I had no other choice than to accept the return of denim jacket and ripped denim pants.

Neck piece- hand crafted by me
Bracelet – Y- craig
Denim pants- thrifted
Denim jacket- thrifted
Bag- Vintage
Sandal - Wrangler
“Fashion is style RECYCLED, style REDEFINED”- Uju Lilian Ikegbune (ethniques)

Comments

  1. Nice post, nice outfit, I call it jeans o. You have a nice figure too. Where is my denim, am going to do this.

    ReplyDelete
  2. hmmm! nice one from you ujulity. keep updating us, so we can know wats up in the fashion world. Thumbs up

    ReplyDelete
  3. Awww!uj so its called Denim,u rocked it well,Beautiful as ever.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I agree wf kemy, i call it jeans too. Babe, i luv ur outfit, U̶̲̥̅̊ really rocked it well. Make i go find a matching jacket to go wf mine. Tanx for d fashion updates Pretty!

    ReplyDelete
  5. @ kemy, yes dear it's jeans, tanx for the compliment. Stephliz thank you sweetie . Ada dear try it out you sure would look Fab in it, thank you all for the compliments. I will keep you all informed on helpful tips.

    ReplyDelete
  6. yh. I agree with u. denim z a is a must have. it can be worn to school, work, party, beach........ it's evergreen. I like me some denim.

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

THANK YOU FOR READING, DONT FORGET TO DROP YOUR COMMENTS.

Popular posts from this blog

STYLE - EMBROIDERY

Hi lovelies, it feels good to be back. I have been away for a little too long in the east, Anambra State Nigeria precisely for my late grandma's burial. I was so busy that i couldn't blog, but am back, so watch this SPACE  for sights and sounds from the east


@ my late grandma's burial

TIPS - DIY ANKARA EARRING IN 4 EASY STEPS

Happy New Month! Welcome to the "ember" quarter of the year. So I am starting a Fashion DIY channel, I will always find a way to link it here on the blog, so watch out! Today, I will be showing a practical demonstration on how I transformed my bronze hoop earring, using African print "Ankara" I have had this bronze earring for 5 years now, it started wearing off, then I tot to myself why discard it? Just transform it! So I got some pieces left from the Ankara material I made a dress from, and Viola a new earring was born! THINGS YOU NEED:
Ankara fabric (Quite Small to go round your earring or pieces from your tailors shop) make sure to select the pieces with lovely, regular pattern.A hoop earringUhu gum (a garment friendly adhesive)Scissors 
STEPS:

Cut through the fabric vertically, long enough to go round the earring, Cut the tip of the already cutout vertical fabric into an inverted triangle shape, this is to make it tip smaller and easier to start wrapping at the beg…

PHOTO OF THE DAY - THE BEAUTIFUL MESS OF LOVE BY ASIKO

Happy Saint Valentine's day all, how are you spending the day? So while browsing through instagram, to see who got flowers, engaged, who said yes or did something different, I came across this lovely picture and write up from Asiko the artist page and I couldn't resist sharing! Asiko is one of my favourite photographer, he is deep, soulful and there is this contemporary thing about his crafts, check this one out! The picture and the words of love is amazing.
asiko_artistThe beautiful mess of Love