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STYLE CRUSH- IRO N BUBA BY ONYI ANAX

Nobody can rock Iro n Buba more than my style crush for this week. Good day lovelies. Iro n Buba popularly known as Iro ati’ Buba in Yoruba, originated from the yorubas in Nigeria West Africa and was adopted by many tribes in Nigeria, it was popularly worn by our mothers, but our generation who knows how to revamp fashion has brought back the trend- OLEKU (the short and trendy version of Iro n Buba) and we are giving our grannies a run for their fashion style.

Onyi Anax is my style crush for this week; she is an experienced fashion designer in the heart land of lagos
Nigeria, and the CEO OF MOGOR’S COUTURE, she is a stylist, she has styled and made dresses for too many models and various people in the society. Here are her designs.
can you try this? Iro n Buba with a blazer? its a 5 star sign, a thumbs up and a must try for me.


These is what I call CHIQUE IN ETHNIQUES
She just brings back the sexiness to iro n buba

THESE HER ARE OTHER STYLES






THESE ARE SOME OF HER STYLED MODELS AND SOME OF PEOPLE SHE HAS DESIGNED DRESSES FOR



Mogor couture

All the styles in this post were designed by Her ONYI ANAX OF MOGOR COUTURE
Onyi is very affordable and creative, contact her through her email: Littlelindamu@yahoo.com
She brings class and sexiness to any style she wears or designs. What do you think about her designs and styles?
These new segment style crush on my blog, is to showcase and appreciate fashion rockers who inspire style and for you my lovely readers to also get a clue from their styles.

Comments

  1. Nice concept I like.

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  2. She is indeed rocked the white poka dot iro and buba.

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  3. Wow,onyi Rocks.may God move u higher an bigger sis.ur gud in wat ur doing am so runing 2 get more cloths done 4 me by u.Go gal..pela

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  4. Aww nice one goodluck to my friends sista,didnt see d dress you made for mi ooooo

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  5. Onyi is my lover! I adore her styles! She rocks. Peggy

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  6. Nice one honourable,pela and chy I see you gals,she is Optimistic,zealous and industrious. greater heights we pray.

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  7. She killed it,I luv her styles and her concept is very unique.

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  8. Nice one... God bless ur handwork.

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  9. stellacassyify@yahoo.com23 February 2014 at 05:08

    Nice one... Luv u.. Queenify.

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  10. very lovely styles.

    ezechimereuchenna.blogspot.com

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  11. Lovely styles

    Belledazzy.blogspot.com

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  12. this is lovely
    www.fashionitazbybuiti.blogspot.com

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  13. Very stylish and classy...me likey

    Frankaakano.blogspot.com

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  14. very stylish n dope. just followed? follow back :). thank you

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  15. I love her style! Good work

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  16. I love this girl, she's such a beauty...

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  17. One word. Diva.
    www.folasoasis.com

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  18. I know this girl... she went to my second school.

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  19. She has style and taste from what I can see here

    www.infashionrehab.com

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  20. D iro nd buba outfits r chic, classy nd very nice.

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  21. D iro nd buba outfits r chic, classy nd very nice.

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  22. Wow I love this

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  23. Nice style and you are looking so beautiful in this style.
    say my vows

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  24. I absolutely love the plunged-back sequin dress towards the end. It looks really great as a dinner gown or party wear.

    CherishExpress

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