African Couture Part 2

Dress: Custom made
Coconut bag: Gifted
Earrings: H&M
Bracelets: H&M
Lipstick: Mac
Heels: Zara








Since last year my African Couture was very popular I waned to make another post wearing an African dress around the same time that I posted last year. As I mentioned before I don’t wear a lot of prints, but when I do I prefer African prints.
Unfortunately you cannot find this dress anywhere. My aunt sent me the fabric from Angola  and I took it to my tailor to make this dress for me. I had a vision of how I wanted the dress to look and I was very happy with the results. Mytailor exceeded my expectations so much that with the leftover fabric I asked him to make a blazer. I hope it turns out to be a really nice blazer I will keep you guys updated on how it goes.
Thanks for reading.

 

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A JUMPSUIT DAY IN LISBON

Sunglasses – Call it Spring
Jumpsuit – Forever21
Purse – GUESS
Flats – Call it Spring

DownTown Lisbon






Printed

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As I have mentioned in the past I am trying to incorporate more prints into my wardrobe. Usually I don’t wear a lot of prints, but when I do I tend to gravitate towards African prints. Thanks to my lovely relatives and friends in Africa for all the things they send me from the Mother Land. They constantly send me pretty things. I like paring this long vest with a plain LBD (Little Black Dress) underneath to balance out the print. Also went for a simple black heel. By the way this vest can also be worn as a dress. So notice the tip here ladies? Be strategic. Always know which item you want to be the stand out piece. Balance and simplicity goes a long way.

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African Print Vest and Necklace- Unavailable
Little Black Dress – H&M
Heels – Forever21
Clutch – Shoppers Drug Mart

 

Recap – A Year Into Blogging

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Exactly around this time last year I was having thoughts of creating a blog. Before I had any knowledge of things like web design or domain names, I decided to come up with the name Zani’s Styles. With lots of research, some investment, and the help of someone with more understanding; Zani’s Styles was launched.
For someone that had literally no social media when I started, taking control of this blog was a whole new experience! When I was coming up with ideas for my blog, I wanted another social media where I could advertise Zani’s Styles as well. So I decided to join the Instagram world. I am having a lot of fun with having a website and being able to share my fashion. It has been a learning experience knowing how to insert pictures and learning about the different templates WordPress has to offer. But having a blog hasn’t always been easy, there are some struggles… (To be continued on next post: Toronto Centre Island – Recap Cont. )
Dress: Sirens
Earrings: H&M
Bracelet: H&M
Sunglasses: Zara
Purse: Aldo
Flat Sandals: Aldo
Lipstick by Vasanti Cosmetics colour name – Zimbabwe