Fashion and style: Single tones and Artful pieces
Fashion & Style

Fashion and style: Single tones and Artful pieces

Ezinne Osuagwu

Let’s face it, nigerian fashion and style, the iro, buba, gele and well beat makeup is here to stay, but in the already saturated scene there is only one thing that sets one asoebi apart from the other; Your Jewellery!

A pair of jewellery can transform any outfit into one that oozes class, and this here is a fab example. Here’s Joy Isi Bewaji, simply decked in a monochrome iro and buba. On a good day, it’s just another outfit, throw on a dash of colour with your shoes and yes you’re getting there, but it’s nothing spectacular until you throw on this piece of art (jewellery) and you add the wow factor to the ensemble.

The single-tone aso ebi is one that allows you style and play. Notice there’s a tinge of difference in the bag and shoes and jewellery; the subtle shade of difference allows the accessories to speak!

Style tip: Keep your aso ebi in single tones and then match your jewellery to your purse!

Have more fun with your monochrome attire and pair up with a multi-coloured accessory. This is a fab way to spice up the aso ebi because it gives you a wide range of colours to work with. This beaded multi-coloured intertwined jewellery gives this number the oomph it deserves.

Do you have a limited bag collection? Then it’s best to invest in beads such as these that allow you a lot of options and can match pretty much any colour of shoes and bags you have.


Jewellery : Artsmith Collections @gbengaartsmith

Makeup: Molurlah’s Makeover @molurlahsmakeover

Outfit: NHN Couture @nhn_couture

Gele: Molbaks Also oke @molbaks_alasooke

Styling: Gbenga Ayo-Dada

Photography: Smokii Photography @smoknkull

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