It’s all about dotting your i’s and crossing your t’s. It’s all about dressing to the tea’s and maybe even the nine’s. It’s all about being thorough and never overlooking details because let’s face it, the little things do make a huge difference.
How much attention do you pay to the little things?
Nails Inc Copacabana. My Mum made the beads, I made the friendship bracelet.
Wura obtains whatever she can from whoever she comes across. No one is spared!
The button fell off so had to improvise. Cause the brooch (Accessorize) is so pretty had to have my hair up (but I’d have done that anyway wouldn’t I?).
Ps: I’m going to a wedding on Saturday. Haven’t been for a wedding in over a year. If you’re Nigerian, you’ll understand why this is weird. Lol.
Last week was Wura’s graduation and seeing as she’s the youngest (and yet the tallest) of the bunch, it was definitely one of the proudest, most memorable family ceremonies.
Seeing as everyone was kind enough to avoid black for my ceremony, I decided on a cobalt blue skirt and an off-white polyester blouse, accessorized with a pair of my Mum’s shoes( as well as her clutch) and Laitan’s copacabana nail polish by nails inc. No matter how hard I tried though, I couldn’t outshine Wura in her cap and gown….. she looked simply beautiful.
Ps:It was such a special occassion, that Rosie (my scarf) made a comeback. If you follow my other blog on TaDeRa, you’ll know what I’m on about.
PPs: Just got back from Costa Brava and I can’t wait to upload a blog about my favourite new blazer 🙂