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Oma’s Closet: Cinderella in coral

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Happy New Year darlings….. I know I have said this on my Instagram and Facebook page but hey, this is the first time that I will be revealing some items from Oma’s closet this year. On this edition, the emphasis is on the coral ball dress which is why I themed this, Cinderella in Coral.

I love to give credits to whom it is due which is why I am not taking full credit for this theme at all. It was actually inspired by my second mummy. She saw me trying the dress out after I picked it up from the designer and she called me Cinderella.

captured with Samsung Galaxy Note5

captured with Samsung Galaxy Note5

This outfit was actually worn for a wedding in Lagos. Can you believe that this is actually an asoebi fabric? Looks like a lot of couples are beginning to carefully consider what their guests will look like on their wedding day or at least, that was my thought when I first saw the fabric. The only person I could trust to make whatever I eventually decide to make was Elan fashion. It took us a while and when I couldn’t think of what to make, she said, “You can do simple and classy”.

captured with Samsung Galaxy Note5

captured with Samsung Galaxy Note5

I see me wearing this even as a reception dress for my wedding, just a little shorter *smiles* but before that day comes, this one is certainly on my list of asoebis to re-rock for an event. Maybe then, I can have another hair do, throw on a belt and let the belt match the shoes.

Captured with Samsung Galaxy Note5

Captured with Samsung Galaxy Note5

What do you think? How can I re-rock this outfit?

captured with Samsung Galaxy Note5

captured with Samsung Galaxy Note5

 

Credits:
Dress: Elan Fashion
Makeup: Beauty Bellaz
Hair: O’Naturals
Photo Credit: Beauty Bellaz and Tofunmi

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