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STYLE- CULLED FROM SUNDAY, AN URBAN TOUCH TO MY MOTHER'S DAY OUTFIT.

Good day peeps, its been a while since I did a style post, but not to worry I have been working on the blog to serve you better. On today's style post, due to popular demand, I have received a lot of positive comment and questions on my social media handles asking me about the outfit I wore last Sunday, so I decided to talk about it on the blog.

So, last Sunday, was mother's day and I decided to dress like a Mum, because I hope to
become one soon. I decided to pair my burgundy suede wrapper with a wrap shirt like top, I tied my scarf like a turban(watch this space for for how to tye a turban), I paired this look with a burgundy purse, a gold shoe and gold accessories.

The questions I got about this outfit were: Is it a skirt or a wrapper? Is this a scarf or a turban? So to clear your doubts, this is the outfit descriptiondescription
  • Suede Burgundy material from Lagos Island market ( Lagos Nigeria)
  • Black wrap shirt from online store MRP
  • Purse from clover collections
  • Accessories from Lagos island.
So its not a skirt, its a wrapper and a scarf tyed as a turban.

So how do I look? I would make a pretty mum abi? Would you rock this outfit? Instead of combining the wrapper with a lace just as most ladies and women would do, I decided to add an Urban touch to my traditional outfit.





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  1. This outfit.....Nice

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  2. ohh i love this look and that wrap top is so cute.x
    www.deemako.com

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  3. I see some but lol
    you look good doll
    fashionitazbybuiti.blogspot.com

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  4. its a beautiful look uju!!love the urban touch..
    www.styleexplicit.blogspot.com

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  5. I love your burgundy wrapper! Such a cute look and thanks for the visit.
    www.effortlesslady.com

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  6. Beautiful wrapper. You look really pretty :-)

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