MIX AND MATCH

By Gerald Okereafor - May 16, 2017

INTRODUCTION
Hello guys😀, I am super excited to be back. It has been one heck of a roller coaster ride over the past few months but to God be the glory. It is quite obvious that I haven’t been actively blogging for a very long time and I have honestly missed you all, trust me. I hope you all love the latest adjustments made to the blog. To break things down, I had to switch my blogging platform from WordPress to Blogger due to certain circumstance, the move nevertheless channelled at being very stable and consistent.

SO WHAT IS IN STOCK TODAY?
There is some awesomeness in trying something special, like mixing and matching different Ankara fabrics to create an outstanding look. It is all about getting totally creative with every single piece of Ankara that seems useless. I mean, the versatility of African fabric is so nice that several pieces; from plain to pattern can be coupled together to give a mouth-watering outfit.

IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT:
When mixing and matching, be careful to match pieces that have similar hues and not necessarily similar patterns. Reasons being that, wears with similar/closely related hues enable you explore your creativity without any form of restriction.

Another simple thing to note is the aspect of always paying attention to details. Be keen to pay attention to every single detail- what this simply means is that, try adding some flavour to favour your outfits by using wonderfully curated accessories.


IN CONCLUSION GUYS
So as many would have prejudiced this to be a herculean task to iron out, I am sure you are totally convinced on how to match print on print and still give a very dashing look. For this particular editorial, I combined two separate pieces of veritable wax hollandaise crafted to perfection by Ruff N Art an upcoming urban appeal brand; do well to hit them up.

And definitely I leave you with the whole look and it would be kind enough to share your thoughts on this outfit😊.











 PHOTOGRAPHY BY SIPO


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