Have you been looking forward to that after-lockdown fashion period? Are you preparing for that time when church services and party time would resume?
Of a truth, many have felt like they have lost their fashion sense in this COVID-19 era,
Not to worry, Desire 1709, a Nigerian fashion brand, has got you covered.
The brand is debuting a new style edit for fashion enthusiasts, as we begin to enter the after lockdown fashion period.
Perfect Addition To Your Wardrobe
The new collection shows an extensive look of work outfits, casual wear, blazer dresses, and two pieces for virtual online meetings incorporating a range of colours and patterns for the everyday stylish woman.
Really, the variety of pieces are chic and are the perfect addition to any woman’s wardrobe.
After months of escalated waistbands, things have eased off, with lockdown curfews extended.
Now, you should be glad that you can visit friends and family, eat in restaurants and socialise safely again.
Desire 1709 serves fashion lovers across Nigeria and The United Kingdom. It predominantly caters to are still combining style and safety.
According to the creative director of Desire 1709, Toyosi Gregory-Jonah, “many of us may have not opened our closets for some time, but we all know as women, a good outfit will potentially make us feel in a better mood.
“People working from home, exercising at home, dining in, Meetings via Zoom calls – we all have one thing in common, we want to do it comfortably and fashionably.
“Now, as we slowly ease back into the outside, we’ve clearly seen that women still want to look nice.
“This style Edit has something for everyone, the outfits are easy, flexible yet sticking with our motto of being fashion-forward”.
Desire 1709 is a fast-growing clothing store with physical store locations in Nigeria and also an online store.
It is affordable ready to wear fashion line, with versatile pieces of colourful patterns, that brighten our mood
It that caters to the style-conscious woman and specialises in functional, yet stylish and versatile pieces created with love in Nigeria.
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