I’m a proud lasgidi babe, even though I’ m actually not from Lagos state but I was born and bred in Lagos (that’s counting out my boarding secondary school days or my university days). But apart from those days, I’ve spent every other single day in the hustle and traffic of the most populous city in Nigeria.
With so many hang-out spots and fun places to be in Lagos, you can’t but know what and how to style your wardrobe. No lady wants to go out feeling undressed or overdressed for a particular event and sincerely in Lagos, that’s the worst feeling ever as you get to compare your looks with other people at such events (I know the feeling…I’ve been there). You’re a sophisticated lady if you can maintain your polished style anywhere even in the happening city of Lagos.
Every lady wants to feel $3xy from time to time and once you’ve mastered the wardrobe and the attitude of a $3xy stylish dresser, you’ll be turning heads everywhere you go. Creating a balance between $3xy and comfort tops the list as you don’t want to be hobbling on those 6”inch shoes or pulling down your ultra-mini skirt on the streets of Lagos. If you’re looking to create that effortlessly $3xy stylish looks that can get you a thumbs up anywhere in Lagos, we sourced for 8 killer looks that meet the bubbling high life of Lagos.
The little white dress can give a glimpse of hope in the heavy traffic of Gidi
A prints dress to add colour and to give a well-defined look.
A tux dress of whatever length works for you to show off you boy side in the hustle.
The skater dress to showcase the girly fashion and hit up the clubs
The bodycon dress to accentuate your curves and turn heads.
The jumpsuit to show you are trendy and got class
The cold shoulder dress to show off your flawless skin
The shirt dress to show that you’re in vogue and fashion
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