Nothing makes me happier than seeing people do creative things, seeing people create things and seeing people do things they are passionate about. Do you know why? It shows in the quality of work that they put out.
Lemélange Styling (LMG Styling) is an emerging styling brand with two creative heads behind it whose main aim is to promote African print in every possible way.
I love their work and I’m going to share with you guys 2 of their shoots so you can see why.
Creative styling and directing by: Lemélange Styling for Radr Magazine’s June 2016 Freedom issue.
Photography: Fifoluwa Adebakin
Outfits: Iconola Brand
Models: Desirée Iyama, Whitney Madueke and Sola Fagbemi.
I love that the models are bloggers!
Creative styling and directing by: Lemélange Styling
Photography: Paul Ukonu
Apart from being an awesome creative directing and styling brand, they also offer personal shopping services.
You can see more of Lemélange Styling’s work on their Instagram page: @lemelangestyling
You can also contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org
What’s your favourite look from each shoot? I’d love to know!
When I was little/ younger, I had all these ideas and fantasies of what it would be like to be grown up.
I would be filthy rich (there’s still time for this; I won’t give up!), I would be married by the time I was 23, I would have an awesome job (At first I wanted to be a vet; I don’t know why because I do not like animals that much. Later, I wanted to be a voice over artist for cartoons. One time, I wanted to be on TV and/or radio; still do. Later on, I decided I’d rather work for myself) etc
Now that I’m older, even though I still think to myself that there’s still time to have all these amazing dreams leave my head and come into the world and become realities, I review some dreams and I know they will most probably remain dreams. As depressing as this sounds, it’s the truth and I know I’m not the only one who feels this way.
Here are some crucial things nobody told me about growing up which I learnt by myself on my journey to where I am now: Continue reading
**Photo taken by Vanessa**
It’s been way too long!
If I start to explain why I’ve been away, this post will turn to a Nollywood movie with parts 1-4.
But it would be a great injustice not to explain so here’s a summary of the reasons why I have been gone for so long:
Today, I bring you a product review.
I’d been seeing this product online and once saw it at NITC but didn’t buy it because it was pricey.
In October last year, my sister spotted Olori’s stand when we were at the Beauty Africa Exhibition and Conference. We headed there are purchased the medium sized tub which usually costs 4000 NGN. However, we were able to get a discount so we got it at 3600 NGN and they threw in a little sample tub for free.
Hey beautiful people,
Did your week go well? Mine was just so-so.
I hope you’ve entered for the giveaway that Nafisah and Oge of Coily Head of Hair and I are having.
It’s my birthday tomorrow by the way! I will probably have a post up tomorrow but in the event that I don’t, I just thought to let you know. I will be a quarter of a century old and I sure do feel old!😦
You know how you have so many things you wish you would have achieved by a certain age and then that age comes around and you’ve basically achieved nada on your list of goals? You don’t? *cough* Me neither! *nose grows Pinocchio style*
Anyways, here’s the rest of my Instapicks Backlogs and they are sort of a lot.
Hey lovely people,
It’s that beautiful time again.
Nafisah and Oge who blog at Coily Head of Hair and I are presently having a giveaway.
Instapicks of the Week is back *confetti*
I will be starting with some of my picks from the time I was away before we go back to normal.
They should be done in about 2 or 3 posts and will be called Instapicks Backlogs.
For Instapicks Backlogs, I will be using my old posting method where you can’t see the handles and captions not the method I used in this post. Sorry😦
I know I’ve been MIA; I’m sorry.
I’ve just had a lot on my mind and slowly but inevitably, blogging sank to the bottom of my priority list. I’m working hard to change this guys, I promise!
One thing that keeps me sane in my day to day life is mapping out everything I need to do.
Usually, I do this in my head.
This is almost always a big mistake.
I am someone who cannot even remember what she wore to work on Friday. My friends have often told me I have a selective memory; I like to think I’m simply plain ol’ forgetful.
So you see why mapping out plans and to-do lists in my head is a recipe for disaster?
I decided to start writing things down and storing things for later in better and more organized ways than just cramming them in my head.
Cue, note taking.
It’s the first day of the year and guess who’s back from an unplanned sabbatical!
In the days leading up to today, I was so excited and then 9pm yesterday comes around and I’m like “yeah, I’m going to bed guys”. In the words of Wizkid, “I can’t explaiiiin”.
I’m super excited to let you know that I’ve been featured on African Naturalistas!
This is a blog that I’ve been reading since… since!
So I feel ‘appy, I feel fulfilled because I never experredit.(Just kidding)
So yeah, go check it out here.
Don’t forget to show some love!