Is ‘colour-blocking’ still a trend? And what are the colour blocking tips ? Reading a post by Sarah Audu about colour-blocking made me realize that colour-blocking never went out of trend for me. Colour-blocking is thought of as the exploration of taking colours that are opposites on the colour wheel and pairing them together […]
I understand the need to run away from the face aspect in fashion illustration. Trust me, I ran for years. It all catches up to you when you need to perfect your art. You just need to stop running and face it. In this post, I will take you through a step-by-step beginner-friendly process on […]
I’m a person who believes in the beauty of the absence of colour, the appeal in black, and the royalty in white. Nonetheless, colour makes the world a better place. While some of us may revel in the absence of it, I’m here to show us a way to strike a balance, create a […]
Welcome to ‘girleccentric’. girleccentric is a Nigerian fashion and style blog for the average woman, the secret fashion enthusiast, the aspiring fashion designer, the simple, and the eccentric mind. It’s a fashion and style blog. We show you outfits inspiration and teach you how to recreate them, take you through a step-by-step process in […]
Hello Everyone… It’s been a while. Welcome to the month of July.. I decided to put up this post after a while of critical thinking and deliberations.. So I’m just going to hit the nail on the head now. I’ve been feeling a little bit conflicted about my blog and what I’m doing with it. […]
Today I’m going to talk about love. The silent type. Concealed behind a curtain. The light that is best hidden under a bushel… It gives to those that are near, but doesn’t stray too far. It fears that the wind may put it out if it stands on the bushel. The drizzle that slowly […]
consider this a post on my bestfriend – Black. It is said that the Little Black Dress (LBD) is a woman’s bestfriend. Before I get into the fashion aspects of things, let me give you a quick recap of my dinner from when I arrived till the end. The department of Law, Bowen University, Iwo, Osun state, Nigeria, held it’s law dinner on April 27th, 2018.
In Nigeria, we feel a party is not complete without free (and good) food. This is one aspect I was impressed with during the dinner. The event was scheduled for 2pm, but I arrived ‘fashionably late’; about 3pm.
I’ve always wanted a skincare regimen that would work for me. Well I found one that didn’t work for me. I reacted to things easily, so I wanted something natural-based.
After a bit of research, I heard of the African Black Soap (Dudu Osun). Consider this a Black Soap experience too. Black soap is supposedly natural, so I felt I’d have no problem with it.
Today’s look is an Ankara bodycon gown with an asymmetric sleeve. The sleeves go from one up, to an off-shoulder…a sort of one-sided off-shoulder gown.
I’m partnering with my friend and makeup artist