Showing posts from November, 2020

Keeping Your Look Polished at all Times

 There's just something unique and unquestionably fabulous about some ladies. They seem to have a super power for being able to seamlessly look polished and refined, no matter the outfit they have on. I'll tell you why. It's all in the little details!! Anyone could wear a white tee with a pair of jeans and look 'okay'. But to really look polished, you have to pay attention to your ensembles. Luxury pieces or even staples do not necessarily give you a polished look, it's pairing them to work right for you, that does the magic. So preserving a great sense of style at all times, is what the true goal should be.  Let's show you how to dress successfully and look uber chic. Tracee Ellis Ross Veronica Odeka Eliminate The Excess Start with decluttering your overall style. You could get yourself a style workbook or a consultation if need be. The aim is to exclude pieces that do not fit into your style, in other to give room for the ideal one you are looking to creat

We Stand in Solidarity With The Youth

 Dear Vanestyle readers, the last couple of weeks has been rough for the citizens of Nigeria, particularly the youth and as a supporter of Nigerian brands, we stand in solidarity with the youth and their cause. While we are committed to bringing you the latest news, tips, hacks and everything about the world and business of fashion, we are deeply saddened by the events that led to loss of innocent lives, looting of business and disrupt in the order of affairs. We offer our deepest condolences to the families and friends of the fallen heroes of this movement. We solemnly extend our empathy to our fellow entrepreneurs whose properties were torched and looted. We Salute our courageous and gallant youths. Thank you for waking up at last. Thank you for deciding never to be silent in the face of injustice. Thank you for your commitment to accountability, unity, and integrity. Thank you for fighting for a better Nigeria. May God bless us all