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Latest Ankara African Prints Style | Chit Chat/Big Brother Naija Update

Quote of the Day: Nobody sees the grind, they only see the shine.
Hi guys! How was last week like for you? I'm here watching the weekly summary/eviction of Big Brother Naija aka BBNaija housemates(no, I'm not following the show). They just evicted Bitto, princess, vandora, dee-one.
I've had this ankara material for about 3 years and decided to put it to good use and had it made into this gown I designed. It's a cold shoulder gown with a bad side slit by the left side. Oshe fashion designer in the making.
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On a serious note though, what have you been up to lately? I published a post on Saturday, you should check it out ASAP.
In other news, a lot of conferences and events are taking place this season for bloggers. One in particular I'm super pumped about is Social Media Week Lagos (SMWL). Yes, I will be going. I hope you are too. Say hi if you see me there, promise not to form.
This weekend our own, BLACK PANTHER premiered across the world and here in Naija, and it was HUGE. Yes to Wakanda, Wakanda forever!
What did you think of the movie? Was it worth all the hype for you?
Comment and let me know below

See how I slayed it in this gown? Please, I'm a muse waiting for her brand to discover her. If you know any serious agency or brand looking for a muse tell them to email me 1ladynigeria@gmail@gmail.com

I hope you smash all your goals this week and things fall into place in your favour. Don't forget to follow me on instagram @lilyofnigeria and like my Facebook Page LilyofNigeria.
Xoxo Your Friend,
Lily of Nigeria.

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