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Hey Lovelies

Its the first Sunday of the year and its the day you count your many blessings and give thanksgiving for the dawn of a new year. Now this Sunday is the first of many more this year that’s why you have to start off looking like you are blessed, laziness is not allowed you have to put in as much effort as you can into how you look this Sunday. Now it might be a bit confusing when it comes to choosing an outfit for church this Sunday but of cause I’ve got you, use this look book as a guide;

A floor length long sleeve dress would give room for lots of air if you would be doing a lot of dancing. Go for a chiffon fabric because its light and easy to carry about.



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I love floral pieces and so a floral dress would be a beautiful choice, touch it up with a lovely handbag and heels, this would definitely define your look.



Chanel the corporate side of you by going with a really nice corporate dress, a blazer and oxford shoes to go. You can keep it simple or accessorize with a waist belt.



Ankara is a representation of African, Chanel the African spirit by spotting an Ankara skirt but add a touch of class by pairing a chiffon top with it. Finish off with pumps and a lovely mini purse.



Another way to glam this Sunday is by spotting a full flared skirt in a neutral color, if its black, a black and white ensemble would be awesome but if its some other color you can style it up with different colors.


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This looks are supposed to be an inspiration, look through them and choosing a Sunday apparel would become easy. What do you think about the line up? do you like the floral or is it the chiffon look? well lets know what your choice is, simply leave a comment in the comment box below.

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