There's this website that's based in Nigeria that's really quite cool. They sell t-shirts, bags and hats online and I think it's a pretty remarkable thing to do. I suppose it'd be less remarkable if the t-shirts, and bags, and hats were awful and hideous and rubbish, but the thing is they're not. In fact, they're the opposite.
|That's the Festac rebel t-shirt by Nchi. And that's Denola wearing it. You remember him from fashion week and Music meets runway don't you? (here and here and here). I'm not surprised that he's here you know? I can't seem to avoid him not that I want to... but if I wanted to I don't think I could. It'll be just like trying to avoid Eku Edewor. Sigh. Anyway I really like the t-shirt.|
|And here we have Makida wearing the ankara version of the t-shirt. It's pretty darn fabulous no? Makida's been on the blog once before. She's a great gyal.She's my instabitch. (here and here )|
|I really like this one too. It's a shame that the cut is so feminine, because if it wasn't I'd probably buy it. But when I think about it properly, I might anyway. It'll drape nicely.|
|I like this hat too. It probably won't look as good on me, but that doesn't really matter. If the worst comes to the worst I'll put it on my mantlepiece.|
|This made me laugh a bit. I love it when clothes have a sense of humour.|
So after procuring my first giddimint t-shirt, I decided to have a little fun with it. This is what happened...