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Kaymu GTB Fashion Week Essentials

The GTB Lagos Fashion and Design Week 2014 is on and as fashion lovers, we cannot be left out of one of Lagos' biggest fashion event!

It's Day 2 and we've put together a fab denim on denim ensemble which is all the rave this season.

This faded denim shirt fits perfectly with this distressed faded denim boyfriend jeans. Don't forget to pair it up with some banging block heels .

Top it up with a cute box clutch , gold chain necklace and bracelet and a fancy watch to go.

Pamper your lips with this Black opal rouge lipstick and tingle their noses with the delicate scent of this Gucci perfume and you're red carpet ready.

It's sunny outside so a fashionable pair of sunglasses  is a must have!

What's more, rock a smile and have fun!


Xoxo...

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