Skip to main content

Africa on her Shoulder

It's been 12 days since i last blogged and i am really sorry for leaving you all high and dry.Things were a bit hectic here but not to worry, i am back to regular and better blogging.

So, i was at a cookout on Saturday and i ran into A. I loved her whole ensemble, especially the cute 'Africa' bag . The weather was cool, so it was a great way to wear a cardigan and still look summery.

I love the bag and i so badly want to covet . Doesn't she look fab?


  1. love the title and I want that bag.Please find out the details so I can run and get it.

  2. I've got something similar that some girlfriends gave me as a's got the African map and looks almost exactly like this one.

    Good to see you back, i've been checking this place and hoping you'd post soon. trust you're doing great.

  3. This outfit is very hot, love how the skirt and bag just come together so nicely!

    True Queen

  4. I love the outfit...very stylish and appears comfortable at the same time!

  5. Quite stylish, me like...hope all is well with you.

  6. great skirt !

  7. I love the hair, and that purse.Where can i find it?

  8. I want the skirt and the handbag! I adore her style!!!!

  9. i want that bag,amazing!

  10. I <3 the bag
    and the african touch!

  11. Aww this is my sis from another mother I was at this cookout...that means u prob live In the area...nice!


Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Things to do in Havana, Cuba

HELLO EVERYONE! Yes, I am screaming at the top of my lungs, as I haven't been in this space this year. First things first, how are you all coping with the pandemic? I hope you and your family are safe. It is a tough time for everyone, and I am hoping this passes away sooner than later.
Now on to today's post. Guys, last August I made it to my dream city, Havana! Cuba was a country that had rated high on my travel list for ages, but due to travel restrictions imposed on U.S. residents, I thought a visit there was impossible. This cannot be further from the truth, and I will explain the travel process in another blog post. 
My time in Cuba was spent in 4 different cities, and I will be starting my Cuba travel series with Havana.Enjoy
1. Ride in a classic car --this is a must do The classic car rides are a fun way to see the city. We opted for a 2 hour ride, and we got to see China Town, Havana Vedado, Revolutionary Square, and John Lennon Park.

2. Visit Plaza de la Revolución Revoluti…

Confetti Fun

Hey chica, it's that time of the year again--my yearly birthday photoshoot! Whoop whoop!
In 2016, I did the Rose, Tulle, and Leather shoot, while 2015 was Colors and Balloons. The 2017 shoot was themed Ethreally mint, and last year was Wintery Black. This year I had an elaborate theme in mind, but due to time constraints, I wasn't able to pull it off. I ended up settling for something really simple and fun. And what's more fun than playing in colorful confetti.
Enjoy the photos.

That's all folks! What do you think of this year's birthday shoot?

Living Colorfully in Old Town Alexandria

Hey guys, happy humpday! Just two more days, and the weekend is here--whoop! Speaking about weekends, this past Saturday was a fun one! My cousin was visiting from Lagos, so we decided to take a train ride to Old Town, Alexandria in Virginia. 
The day started with brunch, and ended with super fun vibrant colors we encountered all around Old Town Alexandria. I usually do not publish videos here, but we also took many cool videos and I couldn't resist not posting it here.
Enjoy... I have been to this restaurant several times, so once I got in, I found my way to this wall that I love so muc In addition to American dishes, Warehouse offers Cajun & Creole dishes. I love NOLA style food, so of course I had gumbo and beignets--it was yum! Now unto the streets Color makes me happy I have several photos in front of this vibrant Torpedo Art Factory wall Random More Randoms