I recently did a collaboration with my top favourite Nigerian fashion brand showing ‘How I Wore My Maju Set’. I remember back in the UK, in early 2016, when I first came across their Instagram page.   Ever since I’ve been watching them closely and building up my virtual Maju collection. Believe me, when I say, they are actually the first Nigerian fashion brand I patronised. I can be a bit picky and critical when it comes to shopping for clothes in Nigeria, especially because I tend to move towards Nigerian brands more, which mostly come with a high price. As a customer who doesn’t mind the price in this recession period, in return, all I expect is just a high-quality product.

But, what happens when you find a brand with a very reasonable price along with a ridiculously great quality?

I’ve been to two Maju shopping event and I always come back with great pieces grabbed at the LOWEST price possible in the market.


My Maju Set: The Lauren Tunic & The Beckley Pant

I decided to style my set two ways even though I believe these pieces can be styled multiple ways depending on how creative and free you are with your personal style.

I love the high split of the Beckley pant. This is what I call “The not revealing too much look”. It makes me feel sexy without showing too much of skin. My legs are my favourite part of my body, so every decent opportunity to showcase them is always welcomed.


Look 1:

Along with my part, I opted for the see through lace tunic. Can we all take a minute to grace how beautiful this tunic is? I couldn’t get my head around how smooth and lovely it feels on the skin. Just seeing it online or in a picture doesn’t do any justice until you actually get a chance to touch it. My photographer jaw dropped when I screamed “I’m ready” and he turned around to see me.

Look 2:

If you are not a fan of the all-red look, you can swap the tunic for a simple off-the-shoulder crop top. And, probably along with some flats and a cute cross-bag to go with it.

Sincerely, if I have to wear a brand for the rest of my life, it will surely be Maju. They amuse me every time with their great quality and style which are my priorities when shopping.


Question (Comment response in comment box below):

Your turn: Let me know below, If you have to wear just one brand for the rest of your life, which will it be?

Thank you for reading today’s post dear lovely people.

Until next time.

X Bizoux de Fashionbydaisy X

Shop my look: The Beckley pant HERE | The Lauren tunic HERE

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