A little bit of background here, Iro and Buba is the traditional attire attributed to the Yoruba culture in Nigeria. The Iro is the wrapper and the Buba is the top. As fashion is evolving, the younger generation have found new ways to keep the style modern but still keeping the traditional attire alive. TokaToka created a modern twist to the Iro and Buba while keeping it chic. I love the floral silk print material and how it flows on the body. The modern interpretation of the wrapper is gorgeous; wrap skirt with ruffles. I felt comfortable and chic wearing this outfit.
It’s a new week and I want to encourage someone today. Don’t give up, keep pushing through and success is right around the corner.
Have you heard of the brand, DenimUnsualbyDuke (DUD)? DUD is a Nigerian clothing brand offering pieces that are denim and velvet inspired for the everyday person. If you are looking for a change in your top and wrapper collection and everyday pieces, you should check out the brand.
How are you doing? I have been busy taking loads of pictures, just waiting for the official pictures to come out. So for those outfits you have seen on Instagram are coming soon to the blog…please bear with me, thank you ;).
In the meantime, how gorgeous is this dress guys? Head over to my Instagram to find out the behind the scene story. I totally love this dress, puffy sleeves is definitely a trend that’s out to play and I’m falling for it. I love how elegant this dress is and you can definitely wear it to different occasions. The detail has a cut out also, check it out below and a little low back but still conservative.