Bolanle Ambode (Lagos) has a unique dressed pattern- a beautiful peplum Ankara combined with a transparent classic netlace layered on it.
Her choice of style unveils her smartness and simplicity. she wears a soft bronzy makeover and always a nude lipstick. Her brilliant combination of colours in her dresses are always complimentary, brightening her glowing skin. Her choice for simple pearl earrings adorns her with her head-tie (gele) carefully tied in tiny steps.
Zainab Bagudu (Kebbi) is pretty ebony skinned. Zainab sparks with blue sequins veil wrapped around her fits her properly.
She wears a soft makeover and a dark red lip, her choice for simple primary colours depicts her simplicity and genuine beauty.
Hadiza El Rufai (Kaduna) rocks her beautiful lacy material nicely sewn into Iro and Buba. She accompanies it with a dark green and gold damask Igborun on her shoulder and for her gele which was tied into tiny steps and a bit of drama at the edges, making it more fashionable.
She adds flavor to her classy accessories which contributes greatly to her dimensional looks. she chooses a bold red lip.
Rashida Bello (Kogi State) combines colours appropriately. Wears a bold makeover and well blended purple lip.
Her beautiful lacy material is sewn into simple iro and buba and a matching golden gele tied into series of carefully arranged steps. Her great sense of fashion is seen in her use of other fabrics interchangeably. Her careful choice ornamentation contributes greatly to her gorgeous looks.
Maria Tambuwal’s (Sokoto) fashion sense is certainly captivating embellished abaya that sparkles.
Her dress encourages the eyes to look into detail on how the embellished abaya was creatively made with pretty play on cool colours and applique. she ties a golden netty gele, and complements it with her floral accessories.
Ebelle Obiano (Anambra) breathes life to the evergreen traditional George material worn by Igbo women.
With fitted short puff hand top, she complements it with red traditional bead worn around her neck. She depicts the true Igbo woman. Her green gele is masterfully tied which matches with the overall attire. she wears a soft makeup and bold rep lip.
Olufunso Amosun (Ogun) rocks the typical aso oke with glamorous Igborun hung on her shoulder and the other aso-oke piece tied on her head beautifully. She has a dynamic sense of fashion as she wears fabrics from Ankara, to lacy materials and more.
Her glamorous style is always appealing and fits her generously. She often wears a soft make up and nude lipstick, accompanied with a simple ornament matching the colour of her attire.
Omolewa Ahmed (kwara) Beautiful Omolewa chooses artistic tailoring, making her cute and gorgeous always. She wears a simple makeover and a purple lipstick.
Her choice for ornaments fits her greatly as she combines her golden-like jewelry with her gold and silver like damask fabric which she uses stylishly on her shoulder as Igborun and her gele nicely tied. Her unique choice for damask fabric fits her perfectly as it shines upon her shiny ebony skin.