Hello lovelies, happy Sunday to you all.
I am wide awake at 1:25am and instead of burning my data all night long I decided to do this Sunday outfit throwback.
So, sometime last year I was taking a walk around my university and I saw this skirt on a mannequin and I totally loved the way it held on to the body frame and I was like alright We have to check this out.
I put on my “bargaining suit” and set out to talk to the seller. Well from 2000 Naira, I eventually got this for 800n and I still wasn’t happy as my goal was to get it at 500 Naira.
I bought this skirt because it’s light weight and it’s definitely going to show off my assets behind 😂. Besides I needed to “red up” my wardrobe.. lol. I usually pick a colour every now and then and shop solely those colours and it happened to be that red was my colour for that month.
I am not a big fan of skirts…. Infact I own only about 4 skirts( don’t laugh at me please) but somehow I really liked this skirt.
I paired the skirt up with my favorite white/silver beaded blouse and a pair of atmosphere sandals.
Jewelries as you can see were very minimal; I had on a pair of silver earrings and my wrist watch.
This look was basically an emergency look. I remember Nepa failed me that Saturday night and I couldn’t wear my proposed outfit because it was rumpled. So while my friend Joy was screaming Gift, we are running late for church, I kept rummaging through my wardrobe frantically looking for something else that would work. I eventually ended with this look. Accessories are extremely minimal… I had another silver earrings on and that was it.
I know I didn’t really hit jackpot with both looks mainly because I tried to play safe.. But I totally loved both looks, they were easy, laid back and most especially comfortable and being comfortable is a major necessity for me.
Photo credit- Hafiza Momodu @Mz_krims
Do you own any red outfit be it a skirt, top, trousers or gown? Then tell me how you styled it.
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