2017 fashion
trends has to be one of my favorites, considering that 2016 had one of the wackest fashion trends in my books and well just because, year’s back in Nigeria especially they weren’t exactly people’s favorite to say the least.  They
where items we just felt should be thrown away and done with but hey look where they
are now. So today I’m going to mention my top five fashion picks for
2017 and you get to tell me yours…

y’all remember how this stuff wasn’t cool😞 it was for the gothic
kinds and those we felt their reputation couldn’t hold water😩 but see
us now🙈. I love the way the fishnets reinvented themselves slowly but
surely and they won their way to people’s heart. Especially how it’s
worn under the jeans 🙌🏻 I love it
I mean I don’t think over here people gave it a second thought especially in regards to it being a fashion statement, if for anything it was a picnic bag. But hey I
have four and still counting and they’re my favorite things
hey🙌🏻🤜🏾 if you’re Nigerian or African for that matter, you
know that the outside world is catching up on this pretty late. I
remember recently my sisters beads of 14 years was in a container and
when i wanted to borrow it for a shoot ( since it’s became a trend)
turned out my younger brother was only going to give it to me for higher
😒 say what 🙁😲, yea we could care less before but with people like Beyonce jumping on the bandwagon, a lot of people have adopted this culture. if you did this as a child say I (LAUGHS)
Big Belts (B3) :
y’all know how it was a thing in 2009 and we didn’t
know how we gradually threw it out of the fashion scene but hey they’re
back with a bang and a more corset feel way. And I’m here for it.
Especially when it’s worn with a white top, ok although I have bella here y’all know what I’m talking about check HERE
the prejudice that came with the bandana was endless especially if you
attended a public school. For one you’re branded a cultist. It was a no
go area, for a girl (oshey thug) but thank God times have changed you
can now rock and be considered a cool kid (or am I wrong 🤔)
Well these are my top five, do you agree with me and do you love them Or you need them to remain where they have been and what is yours??



  1. Unknown
    May 11, 2017 / 11:17 pm

    Funny how the first time I wore fishnets was for my school's costume day and f course I was a goth girl :D, In my opinion fishnets are too sexy not everyone can handle it but I love the way we have incorporated with denim. I'm also all for beaded hair as I grew older it felt baby-ish but I'm willing to try it again. Nice compilation Grace.

    • Grace Alex
      May 16, 2017 / 6:37 am

      So true, but the reinvention has given lots of people a pass

  2. Unknown
    May 12, 2017 / 2:37 pm

    I am writing a term paper on this topic and came across your post which was very helpful. Do you know where I can find more information about this?
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    • Grace Alex
      May 16, 2017 / 6:52 am

      Hello, not at all I just did a post on it considering my own thoughts

  3. Unknown
    May 12, 2017 / 7:03 pm

    I love the fish nets and the beads in the hair too!!
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    • Grace Alex
      May 16, 2017 / 6:52 am

      me too

  4. Dominika Goodness
    May 13, 2017 / 10:44 pm

    Grace I love your blog. I definitely love the fish net trend so much that I went on a bargain for one, but it was so beyond my budget so I had to put it on hold. I love your blog template and design, nice blog you have.

    • Grace Alex
      May 16, 2017 / 6:56 am

      Hello dear, I have a post of fishnets and mine went for N100 so you can thrift love and thanks for the compliment

  5. Unknown
    May 15, 2017 / 11:23 am

    I'm actually loving the fishnets and the bandanna, I think they are timeless in a way. Especially the bandannas. Personally don't think I can get into beaded hair because the wahala is too much but it's looks really pretty when it's done well. Nice post…xxx

    • Grace Alex
      May 16, 2017 / 6:57 am

      Aww thanks a lot love, haha i know right on the work for beaded hair

  6. Uchechi Chidi-Amadi
    May 21, 2017 / 1:49 pm

    Nice post Grace. I'd love to try the fishnets if I can find where to buy one �� Ps, I love your blog concept.