Hi dearies,
I am excited about today’s Traditional Wear post. We have some special guests visiting! This post is going to be all about three of my friends and my cousin. You know how much I love my Nigerian Traditional (Native) attires. Being that we now rock this styles by merging modern day designs, personalities and styles. It is such a beautiful sight to behold. I am definitely proudly African 🙂 First friend is Ugochi, she looks amazing in her ‘Oleku’ style traditional wear.

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Next I have Temitope rocking her lace in a lovely maxi dress style traditional wear. Will definitely need this style in my life 🙂

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Also, I have Adetola aka T-Pumps aka Shakarinaaaa! Lol Rocking her ‘iro and buba’ style traditional wear in a very chic way :-).

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Last but not the least I have my cousin representing! Check out Karina tying wrapper like it is no big deal!! Yeah yeah yeah we rock wrapper in my family and still look fly *lol famzing*

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They all look gorgeous to me. I rocked a Traditional Wear print dress myself today to church (I will be posting this on Tuesday) because this week I will be spoiling you with three posts! In the mean time, what are your thoughts on African native wear?

Kisses,
Lady.

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😀 My fellow traditional attire lover. Lovely ladies all round. Miss Adefarakan a.k.a shakara personified..I see you looking sweet as ever

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Ooooh, its a toughie but I like your cousin’s ensemble the best but having looked at all the pics, I think its safe to say we are the Queens of accessorizin’, meeeeeeeeen….

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She will be happy to read this … We sure are! Accessories rock!! 🙂

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Thank u Lovely Tiana…u look very sweet urself…The other queens rock too..its amazing ow fashi goes through a cycle.Afro diva, we can’t wait for ootd o…mwuaaaah

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Haha my Adediva I hope I get round to writing and going thru d pics on time

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Meant * fashion*

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We know :-p

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Nice pics.U all look lovely.African pieces are simply gorgeous.

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I do agree Jumoke. Appreciate your comment on the blog 🙂

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Choi!!!!!!!!!!!! See cheating!!!!! Ah! Preye, i haf vex soteee I’m ox blood red in the face! 🙁 I will humbly suggest that a whole post be dedicated to me *Straight Face*, by the way I’m rocking my Kinky already!!! 🙂

Anyways…. Y’all look like Divas that u are! Adediva toh badt and Mrs Tiana toh quality, representing! I love the first Oleku too and your cousin’s attire, My Sis in the US dresses like full yoruba chic to church and our white sistos appreciate it a lot!! Our African attires rock, in short! We ROCK!!!! 😉

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Lol lol a certain Bus Bus not sent me her hair pic naaaaaaaa! Imagine she is rocking Kinky already *smh*

You know all this our divas like Shakara hehe. Hail sis for me and tell her to keep repping. P.S. Yes we rock! 🙂

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