VINTAGE POLKA DOT DRESS
Photography by Beniboba
Hey beautiful people, how are we all doing? How was your weekend?
Mine was cool, I went to see the Abritation featuring Ireti Doyle, OC Ukeje and Adesua Etomi and I have to say I was impressed. Because honestly, I gave up on our Nollywood movies ages ago but we have seriously gone a long way. While the movie was a bit boring, the cinematography, screenplay and the styling of the actors and actresses was on point. So guys should definitely check it out and let me know you thoughts.
Anyways, I don't know if you guys have been staying up to date with the 2016 Rio Olympics, now I've been catching up with snippets online because well I'm a news person after all. So I was watching the 100 metre race, which Usain Bolt won for the third time in a row. Looking at the runners you would see that he didn't start first and initially he wasn't in the lead but he still won. This got me thinking about life, not everyone that starts first finishes first. So stop comparing your pace in life to that of others and stay in your lane.
Now onto the outfit, we all know my love for anything vintage. In my post on a broke chics guide to staying fashionable, I mentioned tailored clothes as a way to kill it on a budget. Hence I purchased this polka-dot material sometime back and gave it to my tailor Cece who did justice to the design, remember she made this co-ord set as well. In total the dress cost about 3k, see my point! For styling, I just went for my Zara sandals and Choies shades. On a casual day, I went for my sneakers styled here and also my Gafa Sandals featured in this Post.
Dress: Tailor made for 3k// Shoes: Zara // Shades: Choies