WORK THE LOOK: Why JoJo Dolls love House Of JoJo with Lamide Ajaezu [Week 2]

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Are you a fashion mess? Do you have an occasion planned and wondering what to wear? We understand how clumsy it gets when caught between ‘what to wear and what not to’ for a particular function, it can be really frustrating but guess what, not anymore because like we promised, KSM in partnership with House Of JoJo and our beautiful and sophisticated stylish/wardrobe consultant-ant; Ojo Omobolanle Tamunoaeme will be giving you weekly fashion tips on how to be kings in the men’s world, rocking that outfit right and making heads turn.
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Today, we’ll be showcasing a couple outfits that will help you slaying to that next casual meet, wedding, a movie hangout, dinner and the list just goes on. It’s important we look our best at every opportunity we’ve got to create a first impression because at the end of the day, the way we are dressed is how we’ll be addressed. Fashion is Life!
WORK THE LOOK:
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Detail body con maxi dress
1. Stylish and conservative? Rock this dress to a red carpet event and turn heads in its amazing colour and fit.
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Ruffle spaghetti strap dress
2. A Friday night date with that special one, or a lunch meet. This outfit is just what you need.
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Gold fringe maxi dress
3. Are you a wedding guest, dazzle in the red number.
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Body suit and tutu midi skirt
4. Events, birthdays, baby or bridal shower, or hanging with the girls. This tutu skirt brings magic with it to any gathering.
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Two piece pleat skirt
5. Wear this with a camisole, to the office or church.
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Pearl detail shirt and fila print leggings
6. Going bowling or gaming, the cinema, a casual meet ? You can’t go wrong in this outfit.
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Gold stud spaghetti strap dress
7. This gold piece stands out to a dinner date, a cocktail party, or the red carpet.
Outfits by House Of JoJo
Outfits Modeled by Lamide Ajaezu, CEO House Of JoJo
Outfit Described by Ojo Omobolanle Tamunoaeme, CEO Vainself
Written/Published by Kay Magnate, CEO King Solomon’s Mine

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