Category: shoes


Heineken Lagos Fashion And Design Week 2017 HKLFDW2017: “Day 1 in all my glory”

I can definitely tell you that since inception of LFDW in Lagos I have never felt unbothered about getting ready for the prestigious gathering, but here we have me slaying in my glory wearing this amazing piece sent from my friends at JZO NG (amazing show I must say guys) decided to pair them with this Ankara pants from my bespoke fashion line Custom_Styledbybie. 


African Rockstar

I had originally styled a client looking like this for an advertorial and I thought to myself why not recreate this look and own it, This Adire pant had been lying about in my wardrobe for a while now then I figured it was about time to have it come to life. Hence, the birth of this blog post shot by my very talented friend Ibukun Williams.. Hope you take a clue or two on how to own the Beret trend 


Taking it back to the early 90s

Let’s go way back to the early 90s when fashion was about big necklaces and dark round shades, from the likes of Biggie, Tupac, Puff Daddy and the rest that helped reshape the hiphop game. Oversized clothing gives me so much because that’s my style area, I am at that phase where i am trying to proof to people that vintage doesn’t mean sloppy.


Danshiki for the win

My personal style can’t be far fetched because i like to see myself as a guy next door with a twist if you will agree with me, not like i need some validation but half the time taking old pieces and rematching them happen to be my thing of late. The danshiki for me is easy, stylish, comfortable and versatile; I have had a post earlier on the blog when the danshiki was paired with a tailored look to give a rather sophisticated style.


My style is personal

Hey guys, i am one of the most unserious bloggers you will ever find as most people will say but i beg to differ judging from the fact that i run a fashion consultancy brand, a PR brand, an online store just to mention a few. I am particularly blogging about the fact that some people never seem to understand the need to mind their own businesses at this age and time.