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Nigerian Top 10 Female Fashion Bloggers

Posted On : September 14, 2013



Nairobi Fashion Hub blogging gives a clear and innovative glimpse towards current trends and it also highlights future breakthroughs in African fashion styles. There are top fashion bloggers who have impacted the fashion scene and also carved the style trends. In this piece, we are going to feature some of the top Nigerian fashion blogs that are getting us eager to know everything about fashion.

1. Fisayo Sayo Longe ~ mirrorme.com

Fisayo is the genius behind one of the top fashion blogs, mirrorme.me. She shares captivating insights into African fashion, travel and even shopping tips. Her inspiration is drawn from different cultures and places around the world. This has made her blog one of the top sources of unique fashion content.

2. Folake Huntoon ~ stylepantry.com

Her blog, stylepantry.com is a collection of multiple tips and glimpses to top styles. It has some of the most diverse style tips that keep it fresh and lively. She caters for African style and beauty needs for both men and women. This has made her one of the top Nigerian fashion blogs.

3. Uche Eze Pedro ~ bellanaija.com

Uche is a multi-talented entrepreneur and one of the leading Nigerian fashion bloggers. BellaNaija.com, her blog features the most inspirational and up-to-date informative tips on everything fashion. She has been nominated for various awards and recognized for outstanding work in the fashion industry.

4. Yemisi Aiyedun ~ sisyemmie.com

Yemisi Aiyedun is among the most fun and graceful people in the fashion scene. It, therefore, comes as no surprise that she directs one of the most popular fashion blogs in Nigeria. Her blog features different content including style, beauty and even romance tips. This has made her a darling among many readers and a popular one at that.

5. Sayedero Enytan ~thefashionegineer.com

Sayedero is a top fashion blogger and a style icon. She creates enchanting content centered on both beauty and style for men and women. Her brainchild, thefashionengineer.com is among the most innovative Nigerian fashion blogs. Whether you are looking for style tips or the top fashion brands, this blog has got you covered.

6. Seyi Famuyiwa ~ infashiontrust.com

Seyi Famuyiwa established her blog, infashionitrust.com as a way to bring out what she loves about African fashion and style. She started this in 2012 and it has grown to become one of the most influential of Nigerian fashion blogs. Her posts also feature inspirational bits and pieces and this is one of the reasons why we love this blog.

7. Ono Bello ~ onobello.com

Ono Bello is an innovator and one of the most sought after African fashionistas. Her blog, onobello.com, is an appealing content collection of informative posts on Nigerian clothes’ styles. She focuses mainly on current trends and fashion tips for the modern fashionista.

8. Sara Audu ~ princeaudu.blospot.com

Sara mainly focuses on the loveliness of the African print as the basis of her fashion content. Her blog features the loveliest trends and tips on how to make outfits work beautifully. The authentic feel and African touch gives a unique touch to her posts and makes you love African fashion.

9. Casandra Ikegbune ~ cassiedavess.com

Her blog is a collection of Nigerian clothes designs and helpful stylish tips. Her inspiration is mainly on African-inspired looks in modern fashion. She also keeps her content fresh in updated pieces on the trending African styles. This helps when keeping tabs with the latest information.

10. Hanifa Abubakar ~ haniiiifa.com

She has one of the clearest Nigerian fashion blogs, haniiiifa.com. It is a beautiful collection of the latest trends and stylish fashion tips on African clothes. Her blog is centered on elegant simplicity in everyday outfits. She also has informative segments that keep you glued to her blog.

Content Courtesy Of Nairobi Fashion Hub





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