I have been on a blogging hiatus for months now and I apologize to my readers. It sure feels great to be back.
What have you been up to? Summer is almost over but there are few activities to enjoy before Fall arrives. I will be doing a blog series on things to do in Calgary. I cannot wait to share all these activities, but first let’s talk about “Taste of Calgary“.
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What’s your definition of a Lady Boss? For me, a Lady boss is a woman who is willing to give without expecting anything in return, A woman who is confident and holds her presence wherever she goes. A woman who is an entrepreneur, who isn’t afraid to take risk and definitely emotionally intelligent. A woman who is fun and knows how to make people around her happy. Lastly, a woman who has a beautiful soul. Please let me know what’s your definition of a Lady Boss. I would love to hear from you.
If you are following my Instagram page and I dragged you here (lol), you will be happy. I have GREAT news. Many people have inquired about the Toyo C top made by Designer Boya Apparels and I am in a giving mood (yay, someone say whoop whoop).
How was your weekend? Mine was relaxing. I am starting a #MadeinNigeria Series this New Week and I’ve got a new Designer on the spotlight today. I love finding Nigerian Brands and in support of #MadeinNigeria products.
My sister wore a top from this designer, I liked it and wanted to know about the brand. I spoke to the designer, such a humble and funny personality and conducted a mini-interview (LOL) to learn about his brand. This brand has been seen on many people from media personality Lamide and Zainab Balogun to Top Model Tarmar Awobotu. I am starting my week with a simple yet classy look from the brand. Guess the price tag of my dress? Let’s find out below.
Any plans this weekend?
Do you remember when Carrie Bradshaw wore the newspaper print Dior dress on SATC? Couple of years back I fell in love with the newspaper print by Ituen Basi, a Nigerian Designer. The newspaper print is part of the Double Take collection. The designer used iconic images from her previous work to create the newsworthy fabric. This piece is definitely a timeless one and a conversation starter.