When the term “wedding dress” is mentioned, the color white comes to mind, doesn’t it? Well, i guess my mind is wired differently. Black happens to be my go-to color for a wedding dress. Read also: “You can’t wear a black wedding dress? Why? Color me weird, yes, go ahead. Anyway I’m not now going talk about the concept of a black wedding dress now. … Continue reading Colored Wedding Dresses
Alright! For the part 2 of my Christmas is here colors, I would be giving you by favorite green dresses if all time. The color green is associated with growth, freshness, fertility and safety. Scroll through my favorites Hey guys, let me get your feedbacks to Christmas is here for my all time favorite green outfit of all times. Continue reading CHRISTMAS IS HERE | Part 2
The truth about really stylish people is that they know how to own a look and make it theirs. Nigerian style influencer and fashion stylist, Jennifer Oseh does exactly this. Everything she puts on looks like it was custom made for her and like we say here in Nigeria ‘if you know, you know’. So here are Jennifer Oseh’s 5 best street style looks: This … Continue reading 5 BEST STREET STYLE LOOKS OF JENNIFER OSEH
I personally love black, maybe not ’cause it’s a neutral color but cause I’m African. I deeply love and appreciate my black skin, my black hair and my black clothes LOL. No! I’m not getting wedded soon but my love for black wouldn’t let me betray it totally on my wedding day so I decided that I’d wear a black dress. I told my mom … Continue reading You can’t wear a black wedding dress. Why?
It’s one of the most widespread and recognizable designs in the world. It’s designs come in almost every color and shade under the sun. Plaid isn’t the pattern’s proper name, that honor goes to the word ‘Tartan’. Tartan is a patter consisting of cross-crossed horizontal and vertical bands in multiple colors. Tartans originated in woven wool, but now they are made in many other materials. … Continue reading TARTANS TO PLAIDS
The harmattan season is gradually setting in as the end of the raining season approaches. Trends for the harmattan season should allow us be comfortable, protect our skins from the harsh weather condition as we still effortlessly remain on top our stylishness. Even though the weather is still humid, there are still a couple ways that you can revamp your wardrobe for the cold & … Continue reading NIGERIA | HARMATTAN STYLE
Versatility. Blazers are awesome and they are a MUST HAVE for every man because they are so versatile. Whether casual or formal, blazers can be the perfect addition to almost any outfit to really pull a look together. Now, here are some tips to look amazing in blazer. WITH PLAID SHIRTS Plaids are more wearable button ups for just about any occasion. This makes them … Continue reading MEN|BLAZING HOT
Sometime ago, I published a post on the first edition of THE STREETS OF ANKARA. The Streets of Ankara is a periodic article where we get to feature some of our favorite street wears from a time period with reasons why we love them. In no particular order, here are another Kayoja Top 5 favorites Ankara street wears. Our very own Omoni Oboli never gives … Continue reading TOP 5|THE STREETS OF ANKARA (SECOND EDITION)
The first of a serial article which will feature our top 5 Ankara outfits and why we love them. Continue reading TOP 5|THE STREETS OF ANKARA (First edition)
Make your pants look more professional with a top and fitted blazer. You sure do not want to look underdressed for that seminar or business meting so keep it soft, yet classy and like a boss. Keep it casual and smart with a beautiful pair of ripped denim, a tee, some jewelries, and a hat if you like. This way you’ll sure look smart … Continue reading FOR THE LADIES|7 tips on how to style your boot-cut pants
The 2017 Glitz Style Awards which took place on Saturday, the August 19th, 2017 at the Muvenpic Ambassador Hotel in Accra. The awards which is the biggest fashion night in Ghana brought a blend of color, pattern, garishness, elegance, austerity and trendy fashion in one auditorium. The highlight of the event was when the Second Lady of Ghana, Hajia Samira Bawumia, was named the Style … Continue reading GLITZ STYLE AWARDS 2017
An interesting article about the present state of Men’s African fashion and its constant change Continue reading African Men’s Fashion| Where we have been, where we are headed.
If you haven’t heard the name before, click hear and learn more about Alleon, an African fashion brand based in Germany. Continue reading ALLEON| A fashion brand mit einem Unterschied( with a difference)
The African Fashion brand, JMc Afrikana comes out with this new collection called “Spotlight”. This collection is dedicated to showcasing African traditions and culture through fashion. Continue reading Spotlight| A JMc Afrikana Collection
Florence “DJ Cuppy” Otedola, daughter of the Nigerina Oil Billionaire and Philanthropist is an exceptional African woman and an Amazing DJ. Here and 5 reasons why you should love her as we do. Continue reading DJ Cuppy | 5 reasons why we absolutely love her.
Here are 5 quick reason why as an African man, you should include more native attires in your wardrobe. Continue reading FOR THE GENTS| 5 Reasons to include more native attires in your wardrobe.
Jide Fresh Kouture comes out with this new Agbada collection that will set the pace for the future of Agbada and African fashion as a whole. Continue reading Jide Fresh Kouture’s Pink Panda Collection
The history and journey of one of the most popular fabrics known in African fashion. Continue reading KAYOJA ORIGINS| ANKARA, it’s history and journey.
Africa, the second largest continent on earth, covering a land mass of 11,668,559 sq mi(30,221532 sq km), with 54 independent states and a vast collection of languages,cultures and peoples, has gradually, since the dawn of the new millennium,rooted herself in the world of fashion. Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Kenya, Uganda and a few other African countries have over the years become notable go-to locations when … Continue reading “Diamonds in the rough”, The Designers of tomorrow (First Edition)