Hey guys

It’s been a bit of a while, hasn’t it? To be honest, last week was one of the toughest that I’ve had in a long time – blog wise. I hate to admit it, but it appears that I have a bit of OCD. The most minor things or slightest re-arrangements can throw be off balance and I literally won’t stop until whatever it is I was doing is in order….(so this is supposed to be a summary of my hectic week..smh!).

Anyways, I’m still relishing in all types of summer vibes because I can. One of the upsides to living in Nigeria is the year round summer that lets you show as much skin as you want – but not without getting the attention of some grannies out there *rolling my eyes*.


I got this mesh top since JANUARY! Yes – JANUARY and I’m only just featuring it. why? Because I figured it would be best to save this for summer and I’m glad I did. I got it when Zara was on sale, as I did with this, this, this and this. It’s a very light blush toned pink that made me feel very feminine and It was one of my first picks while shopping online because of the subtle punches of detailing here and there.

Although it’s kinda last season, I’m wearing it seven months later and I don’t feel odd at all. It is one of those pieces that you can wear year in, year out and trust me, i’m about that life. The choice of what to pair it with was a no-brainer. I wore it with a pair of shorts I got from Forever 21 a while back and wore an old season tube top inside.

I wore this over the weekend  and while I’m not the type of girl that shows off excessive skin, I think a little peek here and there wont hurt. You definitely need to have a huge doze of courage and a banging body to pull off a see through top – i’m just thankful that the full bowl of pasta I had the previous night didn’t leave me with a bulging belly and muffin tops lol. What do you think? Would you wear this out in Nigeria or do you think the odds will be wayyyy against you?


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Outfit Details:

Top: Zara

Shorts: Forever 21

Bag: Razor Sharp

Shoes: Next



My name is Onyekachi Opara...Kachi for short. An avid lover of God and an Economist who believes in the future of the Nigerian fashion industry. I believe in buying Nigerian and promoting indigenous brands, I believe that someday, there'll be Nigerian fashion retail outlets at every turn with ready to wear pieces that are affordable for the everyday lady and I believe that chocolate cake and candy bars make the world go round.


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