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The Most Rave-worthy Looks On Women Across Africa – Week Of March 23

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The Most Rave-worthy Looks On Women Across Africa – Week Of March 23

One thing about city life is that it’s filled with so many activities and events and for celebrities and socialites, these functions happen almost on a daily basis. Which explains why the best of the world’s fashion and style lives with them.

For everyday people, the opportunity to look our best comes on the weekends and a key thing that comes with attending events is trend spotting. Whenever you are at an event you’d probably come across something that intrigues you; it may be a piece that you have worn differently or a fresh combination that simply inspires you.

But you don’t have to attend events to get inspiration as we bring you the most rave-worthy looks on women across Africa to inspire your style. Think of it as a better way to digest trends and apply it the next time you have a function so you can just enjoy the event when you get there.

Here are the most rave-worthy looks on women across Africa...

Selorm Galley-Fiawoo

The outfit colours seem dull together when you first look at it, but on closer examination, they work quite well. Ghanian actress Selly certainly has a good eye for fashion as she converts what could have been uninteresting into something much more irresistible.

Kenya

Joy Kendi

Joy Kendi always manages to have fun and look excitingly unique. The Kenyan influencer once again delivered a style that is not only youthful but expressive.


Nigeria

Lilian Esoro

This look is yet another proof that celebrities have the best of the best. Nigerian actress and now, entrepreneur, Lilian Esoro’s jumpsuit transcends expectation. You could say it’s a delicate yet delightful piece.

Lisa Folawiyo

Lately, Lisa Folawiyo has been stepping out in her own designs even more. The Nigerian fashion designer has curated her next collection and we already are in love with the delivery so far.

Ebube Nwagbo

Pairing tan with an almost all-white ensemble is a chic and classy duo and Nollywood actress Ebube Nwagbo knows this. To finish off her look, she added a touch of colour with the green Chanel flap bag with a top handle to seal the sophisticated serving.

Mabel Makun

Mabel Makun is very quiet in the fashion scene but the interior designer is just as artsy and creative about fashion as she is about interior decor.

Annie Idibia

Nigerian actress and filmmaker Annie Idibia channels her inner princess in this colourful ensemble. This is not a usual look for her but we have to say ‘damn girl’ cause she looks like she belongs in Buckingham Palace.


South Africa 

Mihlali Ndamase

Let’s focus on the crisp white shirt, shall we? South African beauty expert Mihlali Ndamase shows how important having this central piece can be. Not that the dress wouldn’t have been beautiful on its own but the white shirt is a necessary addition as it gives off a refined classy finish.

Sarah Langa Mackay

While everyone else is spotting colours or a touch of colour, South African socialite Sarah Langa Mackay takes us through the different ways to wear shades of black and we love it.

Uganda

Bettinah Tianah

Didn’t think you would be seeing something this glamorous on this list? Ugandan star girl Bettinah Tianah stepped out in a gorgeous dress that could easily serve as a bridal gown for a modern bride and we love!

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