This week, there are a lot of casual outfit inspirations as well as gorgeous interpretations of suits as well as corsets. Really, some of these outfits took inspiration from 17th-century fashion and they are gorgeous to see.
Celebrities o this list include your favourites such as Toke Makinwa, Tacha, Temi Otedola, Akin Faminu, Denola Grey, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, Lillian Afegbai, Nancy Isime, among others.
To catch up with earlier episodes of the weekly feature, start here. Without further ado, sit tight while we look through the top 10 celebrity fashion of this week.
10. Idia Aisien
Did someone ask for the most casual outfit for the week? Well, Idia Aisien is here with the ultimate fashion inspiration.
She has on mom jeans, a white shirt and a white blazer with the sleeves cut out. She paired this outfit with white heeled slippers and a black carryon. She looks super chic.
Shere your thoughts on this outfit in the comments section below.
9. Powede Awujo
Another simple look this week is by Powede Awujo, who styled a pink and black dress with cutouts and gorgeous sleeves.
The dress also includes a thigh-high slit. She styled this look with silver strappy heels and minimal accessories. She looks simple and beautiful. Love this look? Let us know in the comment section below.
8. Temi Otedola
Leather pants and a striped suit? Temi Otedola is showing that you can do anything when it comes to fashion.
The style influencer turned actress paired leather trousers with a bright green shirt and a beautiful striped suit jacket. She styled her hair back into a low ponytail and accessorized simply with hoop earrings and a beaded necklace.
Love this look? Hate it? Let us know in the comment section below.
7. Tacha Akide
Titan queen, Tacha looks like an African princess in this Ankara and Tulle creation. She skirt also has a thigh-high slit that makes it less overwhelming.
She styled it with red sandals, a silver purse and silver accessories. She styled her hair into a low ponytail to show off her shoulders exposed by the off-shoulder design of her dress.
Love this look? Let us know in the comments section below.
6. Ebuka Obi-Uchendu
When Ebuka wears a birthday suit, he actually means that he will be dressed in a gorgeous birthday suit.
He chose muted colours for his outfit, pairing it with a white shirt and no tie. He looks simple and very classy. Love this look or not? Let us know in the comments section below.
5. Nancy Isime
Nollywood actress and presenter, Nancy Isime knows how to stun in white; and especially white with pleats. In this monochrome white look, she styled a blazer dress with sunglasses, a hat, and a shoulder purse.
She also paired the look with gold accessories and gold slippers to match the buttons on her dress.
4. Lillian Afegbai
Gorgeous dress? Check. Perfect accessories? Check. Perfectly done hair and makeup? Double-check. Matching purse? Check.
Lillian Afegbai clearly knew what she was going for with this look and we say she nailed it. As she said, you’d better call the fire service now.
3. Denola Grey
Who can style a suit better than Denola Grey? Most people would argue that absolutely no one can.
He styled a checkered blue suit with a powder blue shirt and brown shoes. Don’t miss his shirtsleeves, no doubt inspired by 18th-century fashion.
We just can’t get enough of Denola Grey’s sense of style. Love this look or not? Let us know in the comments section below.
2. Akin Faminu
Akin Faminu knows exactly what to do with colours and it is obvious in every single outfit that he puts together and then shares on Instagram.
For this look, he styled this Ankara jacket with warm brown colours and a white shirt. He accessorised with a simple gold necklace and an assortment of rings.
This look is pure perfection. Let us know what you think in the comments section below.
1. Toke Makinwa
Toke Makinwa looks snatched in this blue and white outfit featuring a gorgeous corset and sleeves from the 18th century.
We absolutely love how she styled this look with white heeled sandals, a white purse and those fly sunglasses. This look is a ten out of ten.
Do you agree or disagree? Let us know in the comments section below.