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Lagos Lately: See The Trés Chic Looks Spotted On Nigerian Style Stars

Lagos Lately: See The Trés Chic Looks Spotted On Nigerian Style Stars


The weather in Lagos might have drastically changed from scorching hot to chilly rainy days but the style code remains constant. Nigerian celebrities understand how to dress the part with interesting textures and beguiling cuts worthy to be reckoned with. Amid the ceaseless wedding bells and back-to-back celebrations, these Naija fashion stars have made it a mission to dress to kill. RIP to what was left of basic fashion.

Even in the daring cold and up-to-the-knee floods, Nigerians will always create a reason to dress up. How else would that white mini dress be seen and duly appreciated? Or how else could they torment that ex whom they believe missed out on a good thing? Looking good is an African fashion prerequisite and the stars do a fine job portraying this coverable trait.

Check out the fabtastic looks seen on Naija fashion stars these past weeks…

#1. Osas Ighodaro

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Photo: @officialosas/Instagram

A delectable guest at Sharon Ooja’s star-studded wedding, actress Osas Ighodaro was a sight for sore eyes in a white and black Tolu Bally masterpiece. When you want to celebrate love, going all out is the only acceptable energy. The dress’s silhouette was an outstanding feature–one gloved sleeve with elevated shoulders, an exaggerated train with bow detail, and a cut-out from the neckline that creatively exposed cleavage. The actress takes her best-dressed status seriously and with an understanding of giving everything your best, she sure knows how to make a good impression.

#2. Lilian Afegbai

Photo: @lillyafe/Instagram

Bright shades of blue have the most fashionable girlies in a chokehold. There are no wrong ways to sport the hue. It could be a full-on blue gear or like actress Lilian Afegbai, a cutout maxi dress with supporting accessories. She shone in a print dress from Ziva Lagos accompanied by matching sunglasses and a Louis Vuitton mini bag. The number featured two cutouts on the midriff that played with the imagination–the kind you sport on a boujee resort getaway.

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#3. Tolu Bally

Photo: @tolubally/Instagram

Celebrating Swanky Jerry’s birthday is no simple indulgence. Whether given a dress code or not, you know best to show up looking on point. Nigeria designer, Tolu Bally delivered in a denim-and-metallics combo that accentuated her skin tone with extra shine. She opted for a cropped halterneck silver top styled with denim bottoms. But the denim in question was no ordinary fit. It was a combination of a flared skirt and wide-hemmed pants. She finished the look with simple jewelry and silver shoes.

#4. Diana Eneje

Photo: @diane_eneje/Instagram

The saying that sporty girls are the prettiest isn’t fallacious. Athleisure often brings comfort and a sense of fitness and style. Once you step into sporty fashion, the strut changes and you start to project your inner Serena Williams. Social media influencer Diana Eneje reiterated this truth clad in a beige set featuring a pleated mini skirt and a cropped shirt, which she paired with white socks and high-top laced-up kicks. Consider a subdued color with a youthful silhouette as summer’s gift to us.

#5. Yutee Rone

Photo: @yutee1/Instagram

Pleat-on-pleat is the latest combo that slaps. Nigerian designer Yutee Rone showed how it’s done in a purple and white outfit, both flaunting chic pleats. The outfit, from her brand, saw pleated high-waist pants with flare hem create a harmonious tune with a pleated high-neck cropped blouse. From the fit to the color combo, this offering hit the mark.

#6. Bunmi George

Photo: @shopandrewtabitha/Instagram

African fabrics, like aso-oke, are arguably one of the most versatile in today’s global fashion scene. It could make for a lovely dress adorned with embellishments or a tailored set worn as chic workwear. From an African wedding guest to a boss babe in her “Bag It” era, you can’t go wrong with elevated African fabric. Nigerian influencer Bunmi George showed out in an aso-oke asymmetric blazer and ripped pants set by designer Andrew Tabitha. The ripped knee details sprinkled in an air of whimsy without losing the traditional seriousness of businesswear vibe.

#7. Beauty Okagbue

Photo: @bellaokagbue/Instagram

When the wedding ceremonies are over, a stunning white summer dress is in order. Social media influencer Bella Okagbue posed in an Oh Polly halterneck mini dress styled with rosette sandals and a bow hair detail. Flirty all-white ensembles exude confidence and poise. Naija fashion stars wearing luxury as everyday wear is inargurably the best part of the season.

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