TwentySix

Hey Easter Bunnies!

Happy Easter to you all despite your religious background. Hope we have all taken time out to reflect on the reason for this glorious season? & had fun celebrating with all the food and Easter egg hunts? In todays post, I show you how I rock this patterned twentysix.co skirt. TwentySix is an upcoming Nigerian based brand. They make pretty bold coloured skirts and patterned ones too. The skirts are really girly and playful, so they bring out the youth in you. I like their skirts because they can be worn in a versatile manner. It really isn’t hard work dressing it up or down.

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When shooting looks, I always think up all these crazy ideas. But I never can execute them to the fullest, as I do not have a creative team just yet. When I put this outfit together, the goal was to look like a cute house wife or maid or something of that sort. I also wanted to prop it up with aprons and have a kitchen shoot done or something. However, I did not have a photographer on standby. So I went back to being basic.

My sister took these pictures and they came out pretty good I believe. With that being said, I styled my TwentySix skirt with one of my fave denim tops. I got this peplum from asos about two years ago, and it never disappoints me whenever I wear it. I styled it with this, because I wanted to add a pop of colour to the skirt. I was going to wear white, but decided to move away from comfort. I decided to throw on colour block sandals, as this was my statement in the outfit. When put together, everything looked perfectly paired. This outfit wasn’t too playful or dressed up. I would wear this to Church, on a lunch date with friends, to dinner, on a movie date, to a tea party … etc

Denim Top – Asos || Skirt – TwentySix || Shoes – Zara || Chain – Cos

To see more of the TwentySix collection, view their instagram page @TwentySix, and their website http://www.twentysix.co. Details on how to order are also on the respective platforms.

Thank you for reading, and Happy Easter once again.

Lots of love,

Wovenblends xoxo

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