Being the wife of a Yoruba guy, especially one who cares about the culture and fashion of his homeland gives me ample opportunities to try new things out.

Every time my husband visits Nigeria I am sure that my wonderful mother in law would send some newly made traditional design, fabrics and jewellery. My latest collection is exquisite and I am becoming bolder with matching them with my western outfits. I love to try new things out, so instead of leaving my Aso Oke to gather dust, I draped it over my lovely red dress for Easter Sunday and voila. What do you think?
 Do you have any style suggestions for me? please tag #WNGLIFE if you do.

Please follow me on TWITTER @whitenaijagirl

Please like & share my FACEBOOK page:
White Naija Girl

Please follow me on INSTAGRAM:

Please subscribe on YOUTUBE:
Official White Naija Girl


  1. You are a brave Woman.
    I just stumbled upon you on facebook and belive me...YOU ARE BRAVE.
    Keep it up.

  2. Will I need to find several photos to tell the story? If I use multiple photos will they look good together

  3. I feel really happy to have seen your webpage and look forward to so many more entertaining times reading here. Thanks once more for all the details. Photo Booth Backdrops for Sale

  4. Thank you very much for writing such an interesting article on this topic. we provide wedding supplies Australia at affordable prices. for more info visit our website.

  5. Really nice and interesting post. I was looking for this kind of information and enjoyed reading this one. Keep posting. Thanks for sharing. party photo booth


  6. For the excellent company Begin with the internet site, the customer service over the cell phone, to the detailed care they deliver in your presence
    leather jacket

  7. They’re a valuable resource, so I hope to continue leveraging them in the future.
    user experience design services

  8. However, we always remember which what matters the majority of is how you use the internet to display your specific talents.
    UX consulting