queenHi dearies,
I have been out here rocking Wedding Guest OOTD. I know it has been a long time! Let’s just say a lot has happened. In my last post I gave you some hints. Well, you can check out my kinkandi blog feature http://t.co/68IX1fJgih where I was honoured to be the hairspiration for the week. I gave them a bit more gist about my hair journey than I have even given on here! Also, I had two articles feature in the Festival of Life Magazine UK for the Redeemed Christian Church of God. One was on hair and the second on style (bet you are not so surprised). I am grateful to God for everything and I have said whenever I am called I will try my best to be of service to Him. So, if you ever wondered, what can I do for God? Well, use what you already have, that is, your talents and hobbies. Trust me you do not have to be conventional. Anyways, before I drift into preacher mode. Please pardon me.
FOL UK Oct Feature

Some weddings have come and gone. I was Chief Bridesmaid to one of my closest friends aka my homegirl now Mrs Oyindamola Laleye. Which meant I travelled to Nigeria. Then my MacBook Pro decided to pack up after 3yrs and the price for fixing it just does not make sense would rather save for a new one. This explains my reasons for not blogging.

Sometimes you never know how much of an impact your posts can have on others. I just want to say I am sorry for being absent and thank you for understanding.

I mentioned weddings, here are pics of my Wedding guest OOTD (outfit of the day) from Kingsley & Tosin’s wedding reception and we thoroughly enjoyed it (HAPPY MARRIED LIFE GUYS). This post is mainly about this outfit, I had a gold sequin theme in mind even my gele (headtie) had a touch of this. I found the fabric in the city centre’s market last year. It was love at first sight when I saw the sequin lace and thought I do not need it now but I will need it soon! One year later, I told my dressmaker (Calvine) I wanted a simple blouse and skirt, described it and voila! For a fully pregnant woman she did an amazing job! Before you ask, the skirt is made from velvet and it also has gold sequin πŸ™‚ Looks expensive right? Well, it was not but let’s just say I will not give up all my secrets hahahahaha *evil laugh*
I could not have had this complete look without the help of my darling housemate Neda (who did my makeup); Bukky dearie who accessorised me and Dr Temi who tied my gele (headtie) and yes even doctors have skills! Thank you loves. P.S. That’s the gifted medical doctor tying my Nigerian headtie below.



Lately I noticed I barely take pictures but I did get Dr Zaga (PHD) to smile for the camera πŸ™‚



And of course, the honourable K-Baba himself. Did I mention he takes some of the pictures of me that randomly end up here sometimes πŸ™‚ Thank you Kenny πŸ™‚


Okay okay enough about my friends. Here’s my beautiful self lol … But seriously I love the finished look! There is something regal/royal about an African woman (I honestly do not mean to be biased), words cannot describe. Feeling blessed!



The last time you saw a pic of her on here she was fully pregnant! Would you believe, she recently had a baby! Please allow me to officially introduce yummy mummy BUKKY!


Now I was asked for the front and back view of my outfit. Here you go dearies …





What better way to end this post than with my picture partner! Mrs F!! Check out her Wedding Guest OOTD πŸ™‚


Hope you enjoyed the pics. I will try my best to do more Wedding Guest OOTD. The next post will be on hair (currently loading….).

Lady P.

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Nice write up, Lovely pictures and a beautiful face! Too bad we didn’t hook up when you came to Naija, sure would have stolen some tips on how to smile straight into a camera πŸ˜€ Dying to see a picture of your hair and how long its grown. Cheers Dear


Thank you Debby πŸ™‚ the tip is always take at least 3 and pick ur favorite one. Not sure if it has grown longer cos I neglected it for the 1st for three months. Hence, the last couple of months have been cutting off the damaged ends and baby-ing my hair. It is definitely healthy again.


Regal indeed, Preye. Xoxo


Hey sis! Kisses


Nice stuffs..
Congrats on featuring on FOL Magazine.x


Thanks dear πŸ™‚ It is God’s hand work


Your outfit looks so lovely on you πŸ™‚


Thank you so much for the lovely compliment πŸ™‚


*Smiles* been a while. Nice write up and you look amazing.

Love from,
Picture partner πŸ™‚


Thanks sweetie *hugs*


Woohooo! Who cares why you are absent: YOU’RE BACK, WOOOHOOO! Ok, on a more calm and serious note, thanks for explaining your absence. It’s all part of blogging etiquette and I hope its smooth sailing now for you tech-wise et al. There is so much to say and I’ll try and be quick! 1) HAPPY NEW YEAR!! 2) This post makes me wish I had more Nigerian good friends to attend more Nigerian weddings, sentiments aside, I love the dressing up part! 3) This post has inspired me to do a blog post on Nigerian Glam, but I’ll email you that later sha 4) I love the colour scheme you used- everything was on point- Gold, Bronze, Coral- GBAM!!!


Haha … Someone’s laptop has become partly owned by me now lol … Same to you sweets! I loveeeeeee the dress up part too! Looking forward to the email for sure * dancing* na real Gbam my sister … Definitely missed your energy … *hugs*


I LOOOOOOVE your hair! The Picture that’s on your header! Beautiful!


Thank you so much for the compliment πŸ™‚

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