Reworking the white shirt
Hey peeps *yes I still use the word peeps….deal with it* How has your week been?
Well I’ve been sorting out things *yes things… I have things*
This week has been “werk werk werk”
I’m still new at this stuff, still trying to get the basics down and all. Now I’m trying to figure out how to put the posts into categories, if you can help that would be great.
Being fashionable doesn’t mean you wear the trendiest pieces or the most expensive pieces, it has to do with how you make the classic pieces look different, unique and just owning it.
A must fashion staple in every woman’s closet is the White shirt
It can be dressed up and down and worn any time and season.
This is what I wore to church last two weeeks. I didn’t want to wear the full oleku, so I paired the wrapper with a white shirt
These days i’m falling more and more in love with black and white pictures….there’s just a story behind em.
Oh I’m I forgetting the native doctor experience ….. nah I can’t oh. Thats the main gist
I decided to try and spice up my look a little, so I took my dad’s cap and well my mum said I looked like a native doctor *chai chai dere’s God* That was enough for me to drop it. I took pictures tho…….. *why did I even bring it up, now I have to show the pictures* Well i will when the spirit leads *hehe*
Word for the week: Never give up.
Have a fashionably blessed week.
lots of love