Celebrity Fashion Police: What’s Wrong With These Outfits

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Every lady loves to look good that when walks into a room or steps out for an event, she becomes the center of attraction.

1) Tonto Dikeh: Oh-oh… The actress definitely did not she expect she would fall off but it that happened anyway and she definitely revealed enough boóbs. Well that’s what you get for wearing a very revealing cleavage dress

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2) Genevieve Nnaji: Yea the dress no doubt looks lovely on this beautiful/talented actress but hmm…the upper part showed way too much cleavage. While some of her fans think there was nothing wrong, others felt she shouldn’t have shown too much.

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3) Ini Edo (Actress): She came under heavy criticism for wearing this opened dress that showed off part of her part as well as her chest, the dress did her no justice as it just seperated her boóbs in a not too sexy kind of way.

photo4) Yvonne Jegede: The actress looks like she saying I got it so let me flaunt it, well that’s what the picture looks like. While we are not against her flaunting what you has but sometimes less does it better
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5) Toke Makinwa: No doubt the dress fits this Petite On-Air-Personality but she showed us way too much, with her showing off her side bóobs and nipples. This is way too much distraction for the guys of course. Don’t you think? 

 

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Wear Africa..

LUXURY-SAFARI-FASHION-AFRICAHello fashion lovers,

I feel so privilege to live in a time, where West African fashion is exploding and loved to wear,

Ankara cloth is seen everywhere nowadays, on slippers, shoe`s. t-shirts even, bags even on baby diapers.

As a blogger I analyses and research a lot about, fashion world and the major thing I have concluded is that African designers are still trying hard to reach into the mean stream fashion scene in western world.

Like in fashion week, this is a fashion industry event, lasting approximately one week, which allows fashion designers, brands or “houses” to display their latest collections in runway shows and buyers and the media to take a look at the latest trends. Most importantly, these events let the industry know what’s “in” and what’s “out” for the season.

The most prominent fashion weeks are held in the four fashion capitals of the world: Paris, New York City, Milan, and London. Some other important fashion weeks in the world are held in Amsterdam, [Bangalore, Barcelona, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Copenhagen, Dubai, Jakarta, Los Angeles, Madrid, São Paulo, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai, Sydney, Tokyo and Toronto.

Quote: Designer: Nina Barkers-Woode

When it comes to the fashion industry I feel like we are finally making progress, but we are not on the same level as the international front, our continent is full of so much beauty and textile yet when it comes to the fashion industry we don’t have the support or production that the fashion industry internationally has right now.

I know this held back of African fashion will also make its way to the top, nothing last forever, even in partiality.

As a beauty fashion vlogger/blogger, on YouTube i share my views, and inspiration with the creation of Ankara or etuma cloth: watch how i make an Ankara hand clutch!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ud0tAj9RYk8&list=TL4wiMAhZwEWK9zYeLLZ0phmPpjkbmfZD9

Enjoy… till the next vlog Fashionista`s

Diy …Ankara , entuma or (African print) look for old fashion items (dutch)

Diy applying Ankara cloth on my old fashion items

Items
Ankara or entoma cloth (you may use any typ of cloth)
glue gun or fabric glue
scissors
thread (black)
needle

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extra info :What is Ankara?

Ankara are vibrant patterns of very rich colorful designs. It is mostly made of 100% cotton or cotton poly material. Originally the wax resist dyed fabrics were exported to the Gold Coast and spread over West Africa into Central Africa and were largely produced in Nigeria. They became extremely popular over time and were initially worn as every day casual outfits customized to suit the designs of the person wearing it. Nowadays they are primarily made in Ghana and have a strong cultural, social and economic importance.