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Happy Wednesday style lovers!
It’s been a while since my last post I know-I’m having laptop issues at the moment; However, I have been posting on my Instagram so if you follow me you already know this, (if you are not following me, PLEASE DO SO ASAP @Mhiss_Nana). I am working really hard to resolve this issue so please bear with me, and in the meantime, today’s post is about one of the riskiest trend in fashion-Print on Print….
We made it to another weekend once again lovelies and I’m so, so, so happy even though there are no exciting plans other than sleeping and eating haha. Hope you have some relaxation on your agenda for the weekend, have a great one whatever you do!
Are you excited it’s Friday?! T.G.I.F people!! Today is a good day for the Ntoma (African Print) slayers as i’ve decided to set the tone for a creative weekend ahead. Mix and match is the order of the weekend, apparently, the concept of mix matching one or more prints is still on the go and quite trendy I must say. Initially one would combine prints with similar patterns and colors hues, now that’s kinda old school. As long as its Ntoma, any thing goes o haha . Safe to say you can combine anything and still look absolutely hwat! *winks*
It’s official! If you’ve been wondering why everyone’s sleeves has been seemingly getting longer and bigger—it’s not you. Designers like Privonne have taken a strong hold of the fluted sleeve silhouette and they are not letting go anytime soon. Whether you call them fluted sleeves, bell sleeves, flare sleeves or butterfly sleeves, it doesn’t really matter-What really matters is they look great and will make you look 10 times more dashing. What’s delightful about this trend, is that it’s sexy without going overboard, head-turning but wearable, fresh and new but also good for any age.