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My Cheap and Cheerful Locally Made Kimono

My kimono is the selling point about this outfit. Honestly if I commot amΒ there is basically nothing else… ok except for my glasses πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰. I believe in value for money that’s why when I get great quality really cheap 😳 I’m always excited. I was walking down the popular Eko Market and a local tailor sold this kimono to me for just 300 naira… Yes, it’s not a typo it’s actually three hundred naira. I bought it without having anything in mind till I got home checked my wardrobe and God inspired me to do this. The sad part is these people (Tailors and Stores in Eko Market) aren’t on Social Media, I wish they were so I can get to tag them, but I promise you I will get their numbers so if you visit the blog regularly you will have their numbers. so I can leave them on here on the blog and you call them.

Now not all cheap things are of good quality but not all expensive stuffs are great quality either. Let me set an example for you if I had gotten this kimono for N10 000 if I use a pair of scissors to cut it, or it hem hooks the door handle or a sharp object, it’s the same thing that will happen to the N300 kimono that will happen to the 1million naira kimono which teaches us that everything is “Vanity” so whether it’s cost N50k or N300 naira, the quality matter but what matters even more is how well you use it. BUY WHAT MAKES YOU HAPPY. Whether cheap or expensive just make sure it is functional (Useful)! It’s not about the price tag, forget about the price and have a more put together wardrobe. And even if Β you can afford it today, please ride on because tomorrow your story will definitely change if you work and pray towards it 😁.

Sunglasses- @shadedbylovelyn trust me u need to get it πŸ‘ŒπŸ½πŸ‘ŒπŸ½πŸ‘ŒπŸ½.

Hair : still from @khairmax.

Pants: MAE OTTI.

Photography: @ayoalasi_studio

Kimono : My anonymous local tailor😩

 

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26 thoughts on “My Cheap and Cheerful Locally Made Kimono

  1. Wow this is lovely….. The white garment peeps at the background…was that a coincidence? All good and lovely. The glasses are to die for, love the simplicity and effortless look of the outfit. Beautiful

  2. Awww I was waiting to hear Mummysamuelclothing so I can finally got and find her. The palazzo was my own selling point thoπŸ˜‰ and you are right ma it’s so not by the price tag.

    1. hahahahaha,betty! you can get the pallazzo too @poshrawyaltyboutique I think it sells for 6900 naira which isn’t bad business for a pallazo sha

  3. This is lovely. …please get the tailors number i love d kimono but then again i love it because of the way u combined the whole outfit…..u go girl

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  5. My prayer for you.. you shall not fall by the roadside.. as you have decided to put smiles on people’s face.. smiles shall not cease from your face and that of your family.. I love you.. More blessings..

  6. This kimono is so on point,Ronke u always slay. Abeg I need the tailors number cos I can’t wait to have my kimono. God bless u more

  7. I love the kimono, I also love the outfit, I also love the simplicity but most especially the heart behind your wearing it. Thank you for being such an inspiration. God bless you.

  8. You sha can do you things…where do we start?..the price at which you get them?;the way you mix and match?;the versatility?; your cheekiness?;the elegance and confidence you exude?…I can go on and on..the Lord bless you😘😘

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