I think this is one of my favorite work, gosh I just love this dress, it is perfect for a wedding, red carpet *winks* even for a bridal train. It is also my most requested design. Simple, elegant, glamorous and chic. Here is a studio picture and an event picture of the dress.
My Sister and I make the best team, we got each others back. I make her the nicest clothes and she makes me the yummiest pancakes :D. And she is d best model as well, I don’t need to spend a dime paying models. We are blessed to have each other.
Looking all ‘rock starish’ in my sequined ankara jacket. Switch the shorts to a classy penciled skirt or well tailored pants and u can transform it to a day time look, match with a pair of shorts and u can rock the night life.
I am sure everyone has been in this situation at some point in time, where in other words you are “in between the devil and the blue sea”. So I find myself there at the moment and I am caught in the middle. Do I face the rock or the hard place? Do I confront the devil or take a dive in d red sea?Only time will tell….
So who says you can’t command respect in a boardroom meeting wearing an Ankara dress? Here this dress is designed to suit a formal need. So turn some heads on monday morning looking Official yet Nigerian *winks*
I just love when I break from my work and I have something to nibble on, tonight I am having a cold pepsi and some short bread. Would have asked you joined me but I bet you are fast aleep.
Perfect for the club, u can be all sexy without necessarily baring it all… Take a cue *winks*
So I made this Dress out of my Grandma’s old Damask, and the bow came out of her shawl. If u have old fabrics of a loved one u value, instead of storing it, u can transform it into something modern and classy like I have done. Hope u like it…
I am so loving this picture. Here the “madam” is seen in a Daviva fitted jacket, a favorite of mine and her “PA” is wearing a simple monostrap dress that is perfect for day and night, not appropriate for d office though except maybe on fridays 😀
This design is inspired by the traditional yoruba dressing. The original design has a buba(Top) and a wrapper at the bottom. Here I maintained the buba and turned the wrapper into a chic straight skirt, giving it a traditional yet modern look.