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Lagos Lately: See The Confident Looks Spotted On Nigerian Style Stars

Lagos Lately: See The Confident Looks Spotted On Nigerian Style Stars

The new week often comes with a drive to hit work goals. As we scurry to meet up with our pending tasks, it’s necessary to maintain the fashion pump, as a hectic week is no excuse for looking drab. That’s where Nigerian style stars come in. From flattering silhouettes to whimsical prints, the ladies bring unintentional therapy with fashion. Indeed, they deliver outfits impressive enough to fit into most closet goals without surrendering to boring.

This season has witnessed laudable celebrity outfits on Naija stars both off and on screen. They championed the versatility of dresses, turning heads in offerings that didn’t come to play. There were diverse prints with lavish colors from all ends of the spectrum, parading themselves with peacocky vibrations while riding on the self-awareness of these star girls. Elsewhere, we saw black dresses report for duty, leaning toward lush show-off. From casual wear to couture marvels, the ladies submitted to fashion and dared to express exquisiteness. Whether out for a beachside sunbathe or for red carpets, stay inspired by true Lagos fashion that speaks to you.

Check out chic celebrity outfits on Naija stars to inspire your next slay… 

#1. Hilda Baci

Photo: @hildabaci/Instagram

RSVP to any red carpet event in this custom Liv & Eve bespoke dress seen on Hilda Baci, and be among the best dressed. The details are unique. From the twists on the chest to the textured waist cape and lacy gloves, the number speaks of creativity in all its glory. Sometimes, give the ever-cyclic trends a break and be a classic woman in ensembles crafted for your silhouette.

#2. Tania Omotayo

Photo: @taniaomotayo/Instagram

Tania Omotayo’s black offering subdues numerous details into a sophisticated surrender. The fringe, velvet, and shimmers work in synergy, with the black hue as a ready umpire. The off-the-shoulder get-up flaunted velvet sleeves intertwined with each other and featured embellished details and a fringed hem. To keep the look consistent, she chose serpent sandals, a structured mini bag, and a top bun hairstyle. This is how to make an entrance at a wedding party.

#3. Lisa Folawiyo

Photo: @lisafolawiyo/Instagram

Grace is often described as many things, but elegance and poise are common references. Nigerian designer Lisa Folawiyo wore a lace turtleneck maxi dress with such grace. It was a fair sight and indeed elegant. The color-tiered dress was a regal wonder, and fit perfectly with her subtle accessories. Plus, her short haircut was the right choice to show off her squared, sexy shoulders.

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#4. Alex Asogwa

Photo: @alex_unusual/Instagram

Big Brother Naija star Alex Asogwa wore her Product Experience Specialist hat at the Africa Marketing Technology and E-commerce conference. A highlight of this appearance was her Nelo Woman cut-out dress with multicolor circles that emphasized her frame. She styled this with fuschia pink pumps and a matching mini bag for a girly vibe. Such a dress could be a tool in the hands of anyone in the micro-flirting trend, as it doesn’t come on strong but screams effortless confidence.

#5. Prudent Gabriel

Photo: @the_prudentgabrielrtw/Instagram

Modest fashion is IN. Recently, the trend has racked up traffic, and the search for conservative pieces has skyrocketed. Back then, there were limited options and undesirable silhouettes, but that’s become a thing of the past. Nigerian designers like Prudent Gabriel are part of the gang that has taken conservative dressing to elite status. Recently, she posed in a champagne high-neck blouse styled with a below-the-knee flare skirt and nude shoes for a charming take on quiet luxury.

#6. Kehinde Bankole

Photo: @kehindebankole/Instagram

African prints have become one of the global leading patterns. High-end designers are open to the versatility of these prints, and the runways can attest to this. Actress Kehinde Bankole has been on press rounds for her new movie “Funmilayo Ransom Kuti,” and she’s been a delight, heralding prints in a simple light. For her Channels TV appearance, she wore a halter neck dress by Ruktem Couture that merged varying prints. A well-fitting flare dress always favors solid pumps, and this get-up attests to it.

#7. Bella Okagbue

Photo: @bellaokagbue/Instagram

It might be raining cats and dogs in Lagos, but in Cliff Bodrum, the summer sun is out in full energy. For such an atmosphere, a sundress is a must-do, and a floral option seen on the beautiful Bella Okagbue is how to do it. Looking fresh out of a period drama, the deep neckline frock snatched her waist, and its soft pink tones brought a dose of feminine energy.

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