I am back again to disturb your peace! Don’t hate me for it *makes puppy face*. But I have something really exciting to share with you.
I can’t believe it’s March already- about 60 days of the year gone! I hope we have all been up to something productive? – Well, I have, thankfully.
In this post, I have taken it to the streets – literally. Lol. I have always been fascinated by not only vintage clothing and fashion but also vintage architecture – the sight of colonial buildings give me such a rush! I know, I am misplaced in time- I should have been born in the 70’s or 80’s. I am amazed at how simple yet solid the buildings are and how the designs look basic – compared to what we have now- yet classic.
Even though some of the buildings were dilapidated due to no maintenance- it was particularly challenging to find decent places to shoot – I was still able to work around it and put together this post. (Thanks to Seyi – He’s the photographer and also helped with direction on location. – He’s amazing!)
For my outfit, I choose all black as the base – because it’s my favourite colour. I have added a little pop of colour with the blazer. It’s a mix of navy blue and burgundy. It’s made out of 100% wool and it’s 100% comfortable.
I have accessorised with gold because I feel it sort of brings the whole outfit together for a cohesive look and a great finish! The second reason, I am sure we all know by now – if you don’t, read previous post here . *wide grin*
Fashion Tip: Black, a neutral colour, can be combined with almost any other colours. Look at it as a blank canvas on which you can paint on. So you can add colour to an all-black outfit and it would come out stunning but be careful not to use too many different colours – it might just turn out a hot mess!
I would have to stop here – I know, don’t be sad- sometimes good things have to end. But I would be back again soon. Enjoy the pictures and let me know what you think – Feedback is essential.
Special thanks to Seyifunmi – he’s the guy behind the lens – he took all the delicious pictures. He’s an exceptionally talented photographer. Connect with him here .
SHOES: DR MARTENS
14 thoughts on “LOST ON BROAD STREET – FASHION MEETS ARCHITECTURE.”
Wow!…. great piece there!…. Good job also…. ride on cowboy!
Olumide! Thank you so much! I’m glad you loved it!
Was that Western house? Home of the famous ‘westy rice’.
Nice one Bro. Keep it up.
Haha! It’s indeed. Thanks brother!
Shoes on fleek! Me likey!
Thank You,Tosin! 🙂
Nice one Ifeanyi! The pictures are amazing too
Toyin!! Thank You so much!I’m glad you loved it! 🙂 xxx
Thank you so much, Adora! 🙂
I’m loving your style man,, ??
Thank You So Much!
Bros you get swag.
Thank you, Patrick!