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LAGOS STREET STYLE
Documenting the style-scape of Lagos, Nigeria
With reference to the popular saying "Go hard OR Go home!" I have seen a few other street style features of these guys and th...
Nothing heavy. Just to say it's still perfectly alright to dress like a lady, with no fuss, no moss and no agenda. Cheers. ...
I was having a very lazy Sunday yesterday. Just the way I like it. So much so that I almost forgot I was to attend this ShopMaju shoppin...
The Isiagu , also called Chieftaincy, is a pullover shirt similar to the dashiki that is worn by Igbo tribe in Nigeria. It's typica...
I was at Mente De Moda again today.
I enjoy going there, what can I say? It's the "Buy Nigerian" gift that keeps on giving.
If you're around Lagos and you're looking for where to find decent bargains of a fine variety of locally crafted goods and services, then you MUST attend the next Mente. It happens one Sunday every month, I think.
Today I went with the son, we had waffles and ice cream and milkshakes and we shopped and we took photos of interesting subjects.
We thought her cute.
I've said it before and I'll say it again:
I will never understand the flack Valentine's Day receives from the cynical public!
"It's too commercial!"
"It's a capitalist creation intended to once again deprive us of our hard earned income!"
"I love my girlfriend/boyfriend/husband/wife everyday, why should I succumb to societal pressure to show her on a particular day I didn't choose?"
Et ce tera.
Unless you exhibit the very same level of disdain for Fathers' Day, Mothers' Day, Children's Day, Christmas Day, heck even Independence Day, then NO, you have absolutely NO justification to particularly decide that Vals' Day is not worth the buzz it creates.
I mean, if you're okay to spend that little time and effort in showing Mom and Dad (although you show them every other day) how special they are, or if you go for a special Christmas church service to celebrate the significance of the birth of Jesus (although His significance is known and appreciated by you every single day), then please...STOP fighting the cause that is simply a day set aside to do a lil' som'n extra to show love to your special "other half".
Allow St. Valentine's Day to flourish.
C'mon go on and show that love.
Or live and let love.
Cheers to this beautiful shirt on Omowunmi, by Omowunmi.