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LAGOS GBAJUMO SERIES ....(OWAMBEING WITH CHEF AJ)

i am sure this was after a few bottles lol
Hey lovers !
yesterday i and my girl went to a friends aunts 80 year old party.
I am an Igbo girl but trust me i love Yoruba parties and i wasn't disappointed at all.
The Yoruba people have perfected the art of organising the best parties in Nigeria if not Africa.
I ate and drank till i was stuffed ,the life band was on point .
I love me some Owambe Biko....

Now to our outfits...
I wore this silk iro and buba i bought from Tejuosho market in Yaba while my friend Chef AJ wore this amazing blue chiffon bubu she bought and sewed at Tejuosho market ..
We looked totally amazing ..
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Its been a long time .....

Hey lovers!
It has been a long time i was here and i apologize.
Alot has been going on that has kept me super occupied .
I keep seeing your comments and emails asking me why i have not posted and i really appreciate .
I would keep you informed as i continue in this new journey of mine.
Thanks for always checking up on me...
Hugs and kisses .

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Basket Ball tournament- Lagos Islanders vs Kwara Falcons

Hello Lovers!
Last week Sunday i and my girl Laide were  invited to a basket ball tournament at the Land mark event center at Oniru .
It is the first indoor basketball court in Nigeria if i am not mistaken {I stand to be corrected}.
The match was between Lagos Islanders vs Kwara Falcons.
I must say i prefer Basket ball to Football.
Laide and I
As usual i took pictures.
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Salon Day out by Naija Hair can Grow .

Hi Lovers
How are you doing? I have been very  busy ....the blog is so dusty, cobwebs everywhere!!Please bear with me i have been so occupied with work and some personal runs .I would be more frequent i promise..
 I attended a Salon day out organized by Dabs of Naija hair can grow .It was so much fun as different hair stylist where on stage to show off their amazing skills.
There was also vendors selling natural hair products and makeups .
I took pictures.

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For the love of Dashiki


According to Wikipedia, “The dashiki” is a colorful men’s garment widely worn in West Africa that covers the top half of the body. It has formal and informal versions and varies from simple draped clothing to fully tailored suits. A common form is a loose-fitting pullover garment, with an ornate V-shaped collar, and tailored and embroidered neck and sleeve lines
The name Dashiki is derived from the Hausa word ╩╝yar̃ ciki, which means shirt. It is usually worn with a brimless Kufi cap which is worn in Islamic communities in Africa and the African diaspora, and a pair of pants.

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Crochet Braids { HAIR ALERT}


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WHAT I HAVE BEEN WEARING ............

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