African Soul Sisters: Aso Oke Maxi Dress

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Unique Nigerian African traditional dress paired with tribal chief beads and a sleek pair of studded heels.
Happy Black History Month darlings!!

The month of February commemorates a very important event in the history of the African Diaspora. Created in 1926, the second week of February was specifically chosen because it marked the birthday of Abraham Lincoln and Fredrick Douglass. Quite befitting, the gorgeous Diane of Dee-VineAnonyme and I teamed up together on a collaboration on a tribute to the motherland, Africa [Nigeria x Ivory Coast]. Dee has a very unique style – she incorporates a lot of colors and prints into her outfit and her lip color is no exception (Find her on IG HERE). Oh and I love her hair too :)
Unique Nigerian African traditional dress paired with tribal chief beads and a sleek pair of studded heels.
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Unique Nigerian African traditional dress paired with tribal chief beads and a sleek pair of studded heels.
Unique Nigerian African traditional dress paired with tribal chief beads and a sleek pair of studded heels.
Unique Nigerian African traditional dress paired with tribal chief beads and a sleek pair of studded heels.
Unique Nigerian African traditional dress paired with tribal chief beads and a sleek pair of studded heels.
Visit Dee’s blog (HERE) to view more pictures on her take on the theme. The picture below is a just little teaser of her look. Like I said, Dee is the queen of color and she absolutely nailed this outfit.
African print traditional dress paired with chunky heels.

As always, thank you so much for stopping by and I’ll be in touch with you soon.

Necklace || Nigerian Traditional beads (from sister) alternative |
Earring || Amrita Singh (sold out) alternative $40, alternative $40 |
Floral Bracelet || Amrita Singh expandable bracelet $20 |
Stacked Bangles || H&M alternative $6, alternative $8 |
Shoes || Guess spiked pumps $44 |
Dress C/O || Gift from a friend |
Want more? Watch the outfit in action below.
On to the giveaway: In celebration of Black History Month, the Wyoming African student Association (WASA) at the University of Wyoming hosts a week long series of events to raise awareness and promote diversity on campus. In this light, I will be giving away a 2014 WASA Awareness Week Hoodie. All you have to do is enter below. You do not have to be in the US to enter but I will only ship to a US-based address.

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