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"Buy less, choose well" - Vivienne Westwood

There aren't really any style lessons in this post. I'm sorry. I just want to show off this really, really, lovely (if i may say so myself) blue print maxi dress that was gotten from  Things Nigerian Love, here.

If you're resident in Calabar, you can also get it from Leyi Ush Style House, here


Because I am insanely in love with vibrant prints, I knew I had to get this dress the moment I saw it. Thankfully, my birthday was around the corner and it was graciously gifted to me. Thank you best friend! (Not you Grace, the other one).

Print outfits are defintely a must-have. While everything in fashion is constantly phasing out and phasing back in, you can always, always make a style statement wearing prints. They're timeless classics.

Also, with the right accessories, you can take a simple print outfit from a day wear to a date wear in a couple of minutes or less. So, Go Prints!

I was going to style a classic vintage theme from this dress; Scarves, aviator sun glasses, you know? Looking like old money. But, alas! I couldn't find matching scarves, I don't wear sun glasses and I kuku do not have old money.

Do you like this dress? Would you be getting one too? How would you style it? Where would you wear it to? Tell me these in the comment section.

Until Next Time,
It'sTee

Comments

  1. Der z dis special kind of love I hv for dis dress,but den again don't I always love dem??! Lol...i'm definitely making dis

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  2. I'm definitely getting one of these... Beautiful
    Tosinolaniyi.com

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  3. I love vibrant prints also, Just me or it looks like a skirt and a crop top, i love it! you look stunning!!!

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    1. Haha, now that you mention it, I see the semblance. Thank you Funke.

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  4. This is really lovely...I'm so making it..😊😊

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  5. I like... I think, NO, I know I'd use a belt on mine

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    1. LOL. I'm sure you would. You should dash me one belt. You have too many and I have none.

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  6. It is absolutely beautiful!! It does look like a top tucked in a skirt or is it just my eyes. I can totally see that old money look lol

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    1. LOL, I agree it looks like a top and a skirt. Hahaa, thank you Toyin.

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  7. OK.... Now I am making dis outfit for Sunday......love, love, love d outfit.... Just hope it suits mi as it is on you.

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  8. It does look like a skirt and a top and it's so pretty! I actually just pictured the scarf and the sunglasses look. That'll def work!

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    1. I'll make sure to style it like that next time. Thank you for stopping by Kachee.

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  9. Perfection at its best. I am a huge fan of African print and you slayed this look.

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  10. Lol.. I think it should have come in top and skirt. I love the colours too.nice one www.adagirl.com.ng

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