Top musician and style star Yemi Alade is one woman that has always been a fan of nigerian made fashion pieces. Right from her bust into lime light, she has always shown her love for all things african, from her hairstyle to her clothes and finally to her accessories and now you know why she is called Mama Africa.
The multi talented and multi award musician has definitely proved that she is so much more and she has so much to offer in terms of style and creativity. Today we’ve decided to bring you some of the african looks she has rocked for functions or on casual days this month October, scroll down to see;
Yemi Alade looks hippie here as she rocks an Ankara trouser which she pairs with a white tee and a yellow bomber jacket, finishing off with a metallic sneakers.
Mama Africa slays in this Ankara caftan which she pairs with a cute black sandal heel, a zulu head set and neck piece.
Yemi Alade is glamorous in this sleeveless Ankara fit and flare Hi-Lo dress which she pairs with a black off shoulder top and suede black sandal heel.
A casual day without Ankara is no casual day at all, here she rocks a sleeveless Ankara yoke blouse with ripped jeans and white converse.
A queen would always dress to kill, here Yemi Alade looks like a bad ass in a short pretty Ankara dress which she pairs with a black pop socks and patent stiletto.
Slaying in a matching Ankara piece means you are ahead of your time, here the singer rocks a matching Ankara pant suit which she pairs with a white tee and flats.
Yemi Alade and her Bantu knot are both bea, she looks adorable in a peplum blouse which she pairs with a ripped jeans and cute sandal heel.
Yemi Alade is a style star and an inspiration to everyone, she definitely represents always by rocking pieces from nigerian brands, sharing her style with the rest of the world.[mashshare text="This is my custom share text"]
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