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When Leopard and Snake Fell in love

Wednesday, 29 August 2018

I read on who what wear that animal prints are currently having a moment....
I wonder who decides these things.....I wonder how these things work.

Perhaps the person/people have loads of animal print fabrics or designs they need to dispose off and just tries to get us all to be in a frenzy and just

But really do these designers meet and agree on what should be the rage or how do they get to utilize similar prints or come up with similar designs......please educate me.

Don't get me wrong, I love animal prints.....but I just wonder who these soothsayers

Animal prints for me are classic prints which I always have worn and always will wear so I don't get the frenzy.
The good thing is I will be shopping my closet as I have loads of pieces made with animal prints.

I decided to set the animal print trend ball rolling by 'marrying' this snake print belt from glamorous to this leopard print sheer dress from pieces and I love the outcome = match made in style heaven. I rocked the outfit to church on a Sunday.

Are you an animal print lover?
Are you going to jump on this trend? I will be happy to hear from you in the comment section.

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For the Culture: Call me Hembadoon, that Tiv Girl Vibe.

Monday, 27 August 2018

Hello and welcome to my blog.

'U ngu nena' meaning 'how are you?' in Tiv....for this blog post my name is 'Hembadoon' meaning 'the most beautiful' or 'the best' in Tiv.

Tiv is an ethnic nation in west Africa. They are predominantly based in Nigeria and Cameroon.

I made this Danshiki using their traditional fabric known as 'A'nger' is traditionally handwoven and usually worn for big occasions or ceremonies.

 The Tiv People are strong, hardworking, receptive and hospitable. I know because I have Tiv friends,colleagues and also because I have been working in Benue state, Nigeria where they are predominantly based since 2009.

The women will usually make wrappers (one or two) and head tie with this fabric but I decided to do it my own way by making a danshiki with pockets.

I really enjoyed wearing this outfit....I am already thinking of ways I can restyle it...thinking with mom jeans and mules? what do you think?

I styled it with my shoes from Aldo and purse from work on a Friday.

I want to get the Idoma fabric next.....but what to make with it??? thinking......

What do you think of this look? How else do you think I can style this danshiki?

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How to wear One dress for Sixteen days: Case study of a polkadot dress with fringe detail

Sunday, 19 August 2018
“You can sign your fashion life away on the polka-dotted line, and you’ll never regret it.” -  the Los Angeles Times
Hello beautiful people, welcome to my blog.
I got this beautiful polka dot dress from unknown, a ready to wear brand and styled it in 16 ways.

*Work/Church/formal and semiformal events




*Ankara friday

*Girls night out



Weekday Wedding

Unknown is a ready to wear brand that stocks beautiful outfits in gorgeous and vibrant prints ....they pride themselves in creating luxury for kobos which is true as this multi purpose dress with fringe detail retails for only 8500 naira.
Unknown is proudly Nigerian but ship worldwide so hit them up immediately.

Contact information to shop for this and other fabulous outfits:
Instagram @unknownbrandng click here
Telephone and whatsapp: 09058215550

My favourite is the dress and double breasted blazer, what is yours?
How else will you wear this dress?  which is a no no for you?
I will be happy to read from you.

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Colour Blocking in Lace and Crotchet

Monday, 13 August 2018

Hello beautiful people, welcome to my blog.

Don't you just love this combo? I am obsessed with the color, texture and fit of this look.

I wore it to church and God's name was definitely glorified.

Let's talk about my make-up....popping, right? Kibana's glam is culpable. We went nude this time.

In this post I talked about my sister's make-up expertise, click here to read

We shot 16 different looks so stay tuned, I will post them one after the other or better still, follow me on instagram @opeyemisdiary I post there daily.

Shop your closet for similar colours to replicate this look as all pieces are sold and bag was a gift.

What do you think of this look?

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That time I did not honour a prophet from my home town: Stripes on Stripes

Friday, 10 August 2018

You know how Jesus in Mark 6:4 said “A prophet is without honor only in his hometown, among his relatives, and in his own household.” I am as guilty as Jesus's relatives.....I committed the same "crime".

My sister is a makeup artist who has been asking to "beat" my face for the longest time ("longest time"? is that even correct english?)  but I always had excuses and reasons I wasn't available....

On this fateful Saturday I decided to be available.....And did she beat the face to perfection?! I think she did a really great job as she had to work with my brow as it is since it is only God I can allow to carve my brow.

I shot three looks with the make can imagine how may looks I would have shot this long summer break if I had taken her seriously early enough.

But as they say "better late than never" so I am going to milk her expertise the one weekend she has before school resumes.

So stay tuned for more blog posts with a perfect face beat.

In this post I am wearing a stripe T-shirt dress from Monki and since I love to be extra decided to play with patterns as evidenced by the stripe mules and slatted clutch from Asos ...see link below to shop for the dress and clutch and also book Kibana's glam for your face beat.....(click here to see another stripe on stripe post)

Make up: Click here
Dress: Click here
Slatted Clutch bag: Click here
Mules: Sold out

How will you style the dress differently?

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