A Blazer and a Long Skirt

Its been a while since i've worn a long skirt. And yesterday during my lunch break, i went hunting (shopping) and found this lovely blue blazer. I wanted to wait to wear it, but it seemed like the perfect item to pair with my mom's old long skirt.
Long skirts have been all the rage in Nigerian fashions for as long as i can remember.The skirt styles range from simple a line styles to more elaborate styles ruffles on the bottom or winding around the skirt. However, the "fish tail" which is the style of the skirt i'm wearing, is pretty much the standard, no, its a classic.
Now for those of you wanting to attempt this outfit, i hope your skirt has a slit, otherwise you'll have to take baby steps like i've had to do today. I didn't realized how big my strides were until i tried to walk in my usual manner and almost tripped to my death. Seriously, these long skirts =baby steps.

This is what i wore:
Blazer (Thrifted)
Tank (Hanes)
Skirt(Custom Made)
Shoes (Rugged)
Clutch (Thrifted)

Photocredits go to my charming Manfriend!


Rosilen said...

OMG I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE this look on you. Especially with the jacket on.... i think it's cute how you give photo credits to the anonymous man friend.

a cat of impossible colour said...

This really suits you - you look amazing! :D

Anonymous said...

Wow! This look is amazing! So glamorous...

You really look beautiful.

I think you've inspired me to start wearing long skirts!

RiAnge Creations. Ltd. said...

Love the skirt. You look wonderful!

K.L.R. (aka Kayleigh) said...

GORGEOUS! You are sooooo lovely in this -- absolutely stunning :D

*Lady D* said...

Rosilen: Thank you very much! The manfriend is actually my boyfriend, usually when he takes my pics he's usually bumming. But i will post a pic of him soon.

Andrea:You're so sweet! Thank you!

Unwise Pedestrian: Thank you very much and thanks for stopping by!

Angela: Thank you very much as well and thanks for stopping by!

Kayleigh: Thank you. You're so kind!

Katie said...

I love this outfit! The belt looks awesome with that skirt!

Thanks for the comments on my blog! To answer your question, I work full time as an office manager at a real estate firm. I have a company, www.just4youdesigns.com, where I make websites! :-) I'm also a Realtor!


aizat.cinta.goddess said...

i love it when u are not wearing it with blazer!i can see the beautiful dress..love the print

budget chic said...

I love the print on that skirt, very boho chic!! Fab look!

*Lady D* said...

Katie: Aww, you're awesome! thanks for answering my question!

Aizat: Thanks you! and thanks for stopping by!

Budget chic: Thank you!!

Sheila said...

Great outfit, Lady D. I love the funky print with the clean lines of the blazer. Nicely done!

Addy said...

I love the skirt! Is is it made from ankara or wooden cloth?

Anchibride said...

Waaah, I want a Nigerian skirt!

This looks amaaazing on you! I love African fabrics. When I was in college, a friend who'd gone there on a missionary-type assignment (I think to Ghana) brought back a gorgeous dress of African fabric with intricate embroidery at the neckline. I wore it sooooo much it got torn, and I couldn't wear it anymore. It was just so beautiful!

You are very lucky to have such awesome cultural garments. Thanks for posting the photo!

Anonymous said...

I must say, I LOVEDD your outfits!! Especially the long skirt, it was so cute!! most of your outfits were adorable, love your style =]