- Category: STYLE -

TIPS ON HOW TO SMARTLY SHOP ONLINE

"LIFESTYLE, STYLE"
dear salmah

Lifestyle Hello guys, We talking shop today. Just want to share some tips i have come to appreciate after years of shopping online, Yes, i love to shop online, It’s that bad that I buy even toothbrushes online. I wholehearted love to shop online, I like to buy things using my phone and it’s become a lifestyle. So as a smart online shopper, (more…)

MODEST AND AFFORDABLE WORK WEAR IN NIGERIA

"STYLE"
work

Lifestyle Hey guys! Long time.. So I've been having a hard time at work and I can't seem to figure out how to make it better. I don't know, if it's cause I have a problem with authority, or if it's cause I'm just not used to my office and all the old people, like seriously guys, the old people in my office are so weird. Let me paint a scenario for y'all.. (more…)

NEVER LET YOURSELF BE ANYONE’S SECOND CHOICE 

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corset trend

Lifestyle The corset trend is something I've always loved but have always been a bit skeptical about it for a number of reasons. Firstly, I thought of how it would be perceived. Nigerians act really funny when they see something new. And by act funny, I mean judgemental. Secondly, I also needed to think about how my body felt and how comfortable it would be for me. (more…)

MODEST WORK WEAR FOR THE URBAN WOMAN

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work

Lifestyle I got a new job! Yay me! Not like am leaving the old one o, guys you know am an entrepreneur at heart, but a girl's gotta survive. And that means, work for now. My previous job was a great job and one of the many benefits was that I could wear whatever shit I liked! It's different now, my new job is a bit more formal and looking the part is a big part of the job. (more…)

EID 2017 LOOKBOOK TRADITIONAL IN LACE AND ANKARA 

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Lifestyle Oh hey guys.. Hows the Ramadan going. And the rain. I just wanted to share with you guys the first installment from my Eid 2017 lookbook Traditional in lace and ankara. Old readers, y'all know haleema na.. From leemlarh.com My all time blogger bestie all the way from back in the days of totaldramaqueen, all the Collabo that we did, even one that landed us on the bloggerpoint magazine which you can still find HERE. So typically in Nigeria here, the first day of Eid is usually celebrated wearing traditional attires (which translates to either lace or ankara) because this is the day we go for eid prayers and also the day for visiting long lost family members! (you don't want all those aunties all up in your business so better to stay safe by wearing ankara.…