When you live in Nigeria, integrating fast fashion into your wardrobe can be a tad stressful— so while multitasking on my phone on a very calm Saturday I stopped to think about ways to help make shopping in Nigeria easier for people over here and it occurred to me I needed to confirm a few notions, This led to asking a few questions via My Instastory about shopping in general & One question was focused more on Nigeria.
Outfit: Mono strap Jumpsuit from Kimvee
Can be worn to:
- Evening outing
- Cocktail party
- Dinner date
QUESTIONS & RESPONSE
The ratio of ‘No’ to ‘Yes’ is a tad bit higher and I wouldn’t blame them cause the Nigerian Economy makes it a tad bit hard to splurge a little on clothing cause I’ve noticed shopping in Nigeria is based more on occasion (i.e having an event to attend) rather than the need to decongest & update your wardrobe.
Apparently there’s a percentage of your salary that can be spent on shopping/travel which is a totally good idea helps you work around a budget or save towards a good splurge cause self love is also important.
A lot of people have the problem of matching the prices Nigerian brands fix on their products to the quality well this question was one of my main reason for all of these in the first place, I’ll be your weekly/monthly fix on getting your money’s worth when it comes to shopping in Nigeria. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to my newsletter cause I’ll be dishing out some exclusive news soon
You can tell the discounts given are never juicy enough to induce people to shop but the likes of Fashion Nova, Shein and Shop Maju always have a jaw dropping % off sufficient enough to make you want to Shop.
I would like to genuinely say that affordable is relative to your income but then again I think there’s a standard price range for affordable products globally.
This is all the juice My Fashionistas took our time to spill and I am so grateful they did cause all these information would help me and a few brands. Thank you and …
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