A terrific fit makes for a better-looking ensemble, no doubt, but trust us when we say choosing the right colour gives that extra oomph to your look. Sticking with your favourite colours is great but what’s fashion without a little adventure? With the new season in Spring, comes new colours you can experiment with; so move out of your comfort zone (while sticking to colours and silhouettes that suit your body and skin tone, of course), and try new hues that could as well become your new favourite colours.
Doesn’t Timini Egbuson’s all-white outfit with matching white shades, make you crave a carefree white combination?
Adekunle Gold and DJ Spinall have the perfect colour match. Their skin tones accentuate a mixture of finely blended hues, like the sunset and the sea.
Neo Akpofure wore a dark blue top and sky blue pants, as well as dark brown shoes, instead of his favourite durag.
This appears to be a difficult style to achieve, but Prince Nelson makes it look simple. From someone who was previously Mr Nigeria, this should come as no surprise.
Akin Faminu embodies the meaning of diversity. One thing that stands out about this outfit is the bold and brilliant colours with which he actually creates a masterpiece. Akin’s distinct approach is what sets him apart.
Nancy Isime is always the most gracious hostess. She never goes out of style and always looks flawless.
Beverly Naya’s hair, makeup, and fashion sense are always on point. If you are looking for celebrities whose style you can mimic, then Beverly is your girl. Sharon Ooja makes a subtly dramatic fashion statement in this stunning attire.
Sharon Ooja makes a subtly dramatic fashion statement in this stunning attire.
Nengi Hampson wears orange as if it were a natural part of her skin. Orange is a spring colour, and she knows just how to wear it.
When styling creamy tones, white is a fantastic match, and black footwear that doesn’t compete is a must. Lily Afegbai nails this look.