Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Random

Wore this out initially for a 2 year old birthday party but after consulting with Himself and endless self-examination, decided to respect myself and went back to change into a pair of jeans.

I didn't want to be that girl at a kids party that all the mothers were side-eyeing.

Oh and btw, new huuurrrr






Zara blazer; H&M tank and boyfriend shorts; H&M neckpiece; Louis Vuitton Brea MM; Salvatore Ferragamo Varina bow flats; Dolce & Gabbana aviators




This hair makes me want to wear a dashiki, listen to India Arie and eat tofu :)




Love and light xx
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  1. hahaha**girl at a kids party" lol! love ur hair :D

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    1. Loool, you know. They'll all be like who's this hussy?

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  2. Your comments about the 2 year old's birthday party and the mothers side-eyeing you made me laugh. Had the same dilemma a week or so ago when I went to a 3 year old's birthday party. Eventually went with a respectable knee length floral number and pumps. Boy did I wish I had worn jeans. Playing with the kids (dancing, pony rides and feeding weird animals) and knee length dresses don't mix LOL. Lesson learnt. You look hot as always and I love the hair.

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    1. I don't even want wahala nne, I just respected myself right quick. Plus I didn't know too many people there, way easier for me to make a bad impression.

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  3. *wear a dashiki and eat tofu*

    now that's funny. love the hair!

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    1. You know, as a natural earth mother and shit. Lol.

      Thank you!

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  4. U r very funny , am very conscious of that too when I go for event ! I want d jacket plssssde

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    1. Thank you :)

      I'm usually not very conscious, I wear anything but within the realms of acceptable taste though.

      Its from Zara, go get it!

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  5. Women should always listen to men. You have nice legs.

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  6. Daks you should have worn it jare! Lots of mums (including myself) wear short shorts to kiddies parties, and i am not even slender. Infact, verrrryy far from being slender! *hides face*......... anyhoo, you look great as always:)

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    1. Sisi'm it was a party where I didn't know too many people, I didn't even want the stress. Lemme just respect myself biko.

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  7. Nice outfit, lovely long legs and the new hairstyle suits u o! On a serious note now, did u really changed to jeans? The shorts are so appropriate for kiddies befdays or afternoon braais/bbq na! Chei, see mummies see side-eyeing wahala! Na true talk abi?

    Anyway, maybe I'm seeing things from a Xhosa/Southy perspective..

    Manto (Cape Town)

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    1. Thank you!

      Lol, I did o. I htought they were initially but remembering how judgy Nigerians are, decided to just respect myself.

      You guys say "wahala" too in SA? Fascinating.

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  8. I totally get what you mean. The phrase is "Look, a husband-eater is on the prowl". And such looks, sometimes, makes one feel quite uncomfortable.

    Love the hair!

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  9. love the hair, what hair is it if you don't mind me asking been looking for very curly hair

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    1. Don't know what hair it is o, the girl that did it bought the hair for me.

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  10. I love the outfit!

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  11. lmao @ endless self-examination. Love the hair! and the shoes.. and the bag .. okay everything.

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  12. Lovely outfit, though am glad you eventually didnt wear it to the kiddies party, especially not been familiar with most peeps there. I really imagined the scene lol.

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  13. TWP a.k.a Okpa Oku! I know its not possible but try...just once, ofu nani...not to look this hot and well-put together! Gosh! Sssssssizzling!

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    1. Lmaaaoo, you won't kill me. Ogini bu okpa oku now?

      Nne o Chukwu o, lol

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  14. Love d outfit as a mom, if u attended my son's birthday like that I won't mind.abeggy we r of d 21st c.

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    1. Wow, I should have gone to your kids party then

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  15. U look gorgeous!

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  16. Omalicha. You look stunning! Love your hair

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  17. Love...love this look!

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  18. you look great, you should smile more often. Its rly dashing.

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  19. You look great, but i reckon the outfit would have been too much for a 2yr old bday party

    Loving the hair - Is it a weave at the back and braids in front? or just full braids? and what hair type please?

    Thanks

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    1. Really? Ah well, discerning opinions.

      Its a weave at the back, I just hada bit at the front braided. Don't know the name of the weave, the girl that does my hair sells it.

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  20. You look really nice. I love your outfit.

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  21. Love the look. Though, I agree, not appropriate for a kids party. Lovely hair.

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