JTO Takes Lagos: Bringing Back the Co-Ord

What’s better than one print piece? A print co-ord, duh. For this post of JTO Takes Lagos, I continued a recurrent theme of this entire series that you can see in the previous post (here), statement prints. Did I mentioned that the matching shirt and trousers I’m wearing here are from one of my favourite brands, Orange Culture. Although Orange Culture is ‘technically’ a menswear brand, I love the fluidity and versatility of the pieces that allow me, as a girl, to easily incorporate them into my wardrobe. From the rolled up trouser hem, to the accentuated sleeves, every detail adds a new twist. I accessorised this look with an evening bag, as I’m starting to experiment with using clutches and “mini” bags during the day. But there’s definitely a downside… I’m still dealing with the slight issue of not being able to fit in anything but my phone and keys. However, the fashion rebel inside me refuses to give up, so if you know any ways to avoid this be sure to let me know.

 

Orange Culture Shirt

Orange Culture Trousers

Dior Bag

Sandals

Photos by Ipinayo

Location: Ikoyi, Lagos

 

 

 

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JTO is far from just a fashion blog. The all-inclusive website was founded in 2014 by Temi Otedola, who was motivated to start blogging her personal thoughts and inspirations. Temi continues to use JTO as a platform from which she can express her adventures through the arenas of fashion, beauty, art, and travel.