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Hello Everyone, I hope you all are having a great week. I am very happy today because I have somewhat of free time on my hands today. I am just in a phase where I am trying to balance a lot of things in my life and make certain things happen. I know it will take a lot of discipline and work, but I put it all in God's hands, he knows my will even before I started.
Also I am getting tired of weaves, I either want to stay on braids or just rock my natural hair (its all natural baby lol). My cousin is my inspiration, her hair is so long and she stopped relaxing it a long time ago. Hopefully I can follow in her footsteps because these weaves are not just my thing for now. My dad always makes fun of me sometime by asking "who's hair do I have on today?" :), hopefully I would get to the point were I can feel comfortable with my real hair out. hopefully you will all see more of that :).

I wore this outfit to Span Festival  that has been taking place this week in Eko Hotel. A friend of ours invited us to the event, it felt good trying out something new from music that involves "wine for me baby" , "shake that bum bum" , "popping Moet in the club" etc. Don't get me wrong, if you play any of these songs I will be the first to jump on the dance floor "Skelewu tinz". But listening to a genre like jazz that I don't really hear much of made it more exciting for me. 
I ended up wrapping my hair because I am still doing research on what to do with it, and decided to pair it up with a fitted top and a midi skirt, and blue heels for color. 

My husband took this picture, I told him to take the bracelet but o well, I hope the bracelet is the main focus *closes eye*

Top: Asos
Midi Skirt: Asos
Shoes: River Island
Bracelet: Oscar de la renta
Sunglasses: Gucci 

Spanfest day 4

Here are a few of the people that performed. The guy below (I wish I knew his name) was really good. His voice was really soothing to the ears. He sang about money coming and going, and how much he wants to change the world, beautiful tunes. 

The founders of Span Festival have an academy where they train students on how to play instruments and more. These are some of their students, not only were they amazing, but you can tell they loved what they were doing. I see a new Naija coming up soon...

Ms Wana Wana (radio personality) was also there, she did a 'spoken word' performance. She had everyone laughing in the crowd

The band below is called Ayetoro, they consist of 22 people (a lot right), the only thing I can remember from the performance were the two ladies dancing in front. They danced so hard like their lives depended on it, or like they were receiving a revelation. It was a good way to end the night, we had to leave after the performance because we where hungry and it was getting late. 


I have been nominated for best Fashion / personal style blog, yay me! 
 I would still need all your votes, click on this link here (click here) to vote for me 'fashion rehab'. I would really appreciate it. MUAH!!


  1. This is such a gorgeous look hun, i'm really digging your bracelets and earrings.

  2. nice outfit,love the bracelet

  3. lovely outfit... love the shoes

  4. I thought it was a dress at first.
    You look great !

  5. You look amazing.

  6. Love your style, girl!:*

  7. Love your outfit! Glad I rediscovered your blog again!

    :) x

  8. That's a really cute dress. I totally feel you on the part of trying to be comfortable in your own hair. That's something I'm really working on too. I love girls that can rock their natural hair and be beautiful. I hope to one day get to that stage.

  9. You look great!


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