Thursday, April 10, 2014

A Study In Black & White

So last week I was on a bit of a Law Student kick and for the first time in ages, wore back to back black and white looks.

Funny how wearing black and white is the epitome of minimalist, elegant fashion and for me it represents a badge of oppression.

Was forced to wear solely black and white clothes for 5 years while an undergraduate studying Law and for another painful 1 year while at Law School. Till date it remains difficult for me to put it on without feeling like I'm back at school.



Wore the outfit on the left to work and the one on the right to the Connect Nigeria Writers Conference, at which I was a speaker.

I feel like white pumps go with EVERY thing, like I tried the shoes above with a red dress and it looked perfect. The neutral factor is beyond, white is definitely my new black.



ASOS dress; Prada Saffiano bag; Nine West pumps


ASOS dress; Fendi & Hermes bracelets; Nine West pumps



The Connect Nigeria Writers Conference was an amazing experience, you can read all about it HERE

Love & Light xx

15 comments:

  1. You look absolutely beautiful Daks!

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  2. Love the dresses. What are the names. Would like to look them up on ASOS.

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  3. Daks, I always read your blog. This my first time commenting and I must say, u are great at what you do (writing, fashion, gbogbo ti gbo....). Keep it up. Much luv Dez

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  4. That cat eye...perfect.

    www.jewelzmag.com

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  5. *Bey voice* Gaddamn Gaddamn Gaddaaamnnn!

    Flawless!

    Serving for all the gods!

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  6. Gorgeous lady! Love your outfits!

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  7. You look so pretty and flawless ✌✌

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  8. Lovely, you look well rested and younger.... Off to read about Connect Nigeria's Writer's Conference.

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  9. They are both lovely but mehn that dress on the right... off to asos site

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  10. love! love!! love!!! the dress...Asos is getting some of my payday money :)

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