If you know me, you’ll know I’m a lover of fashion and I like to share my opinions about people’s fashion sense (solicited or not). Well, The Voice is back and I’m talking all things fashion and style but this time it’s solicited, all thanks to the guyS at Airtel (who are also sponsors of the show).
Season 2 is running for 18 weeks and we’re going to be having these conversations on a weekly basis so get comfortable would ya!
First thing I noticed as the judges and hosts came on was, ‘these people did not come to play at all’. Agreed, we all had a sense of what the judges and of course Stephanie Coker will look like because we saw them last season (IK abeg no vex but Stephanie slays on a STEADY).
The person we weren’t really sure of was Yemi Alade because she’s new on the show although we knew it couldn’t be bad considering she does well on her own (you can check her Instagram for receipts), but we really were not prepared for the amount of slay goodness Mama Afriqué was bringing on the show.
She hands down needed to let us know there was a new kid on the block and she got me on those looks every time, from her diary room outfit to the stage and performance outfits.
Serving power looks, Waje took her seat as the coach of last season’s winner in a black blazer paired with black pants from Mai Atafo. I personally felt this was a good contrast to the sultry goodness she gave us in her blue fringe dress during the performance. It had the I’m strong, sexy and successful vibe.
I know I’ve gushed about the women but I couldn’t help but notice Patoranking’s Kafgbada (a blend of Kaftan and Agbada) and the subtle blend of Timi Dakolo’s tie and his denim combo.
Clearly my 2 fashion contenders for this week are Waje and Yemi Alade. So what’s your say, who killed it?
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