10 Nigerian Female Fashion Bloggers That Are Currently Slaying Everybody’s Life

March 18, 2016
The fashion world will never be complete without men and women who showcase their unique style via social media and ultimately become fashion icons on the internet. Here are 10 Nigerian style bloggers that are keeping it 100 in the fashion department.

Seyi Famuyiwa

24 year old Seyi is a total shoe lover and is due to graduate with a Masters Degree in Business Administration in May 2016. She launched her blog straight out of undergrad school in 2012 and is currently working on taking her blog to the next level. Watch her slay on her blog InfashionItrust.com and tension the world with Nigerian food on her Instagram page.

Sarah Audu

Sarah is a wardrobe consultant and style blogger who started blogging at only 19 while she was studying in Bangkok. This stylish young woman shares her outfits, style inspiration and outlook on her faith on her blog. Keep up with more awesomeness on princessaudu.blogspot.com

Monica Awe-Etuk

She is not your average fashion enthusiast. Monica studied the Business of Fashion and worked in the high end fashion industry for several years after bagging her first degree in Mass Communication and Sociology. The stylish mother of two recently launched her own wrist watch line in collaboration with modify watches. Her blog address is Awedbymonica.com while her Instagram handle is @awedbymoni

Folake Huntoon

After completing her secondary school education at 15, Folake enrolled in a design school in Yaba before going to the US for her university education. She launched her African inspired children’s clothing line Wewe in 2008. This 39 year old mother of 3 is slaying and giving us really chic Boho vibes on her blog Stylepantry.com. Her Instagram page is @Stylepantry

Fisayo Longe

Albeit being based in London, Fisayo’s passion for travelling and fashion is mirrored on her blog. She has also worked with high street brand, Asos where she styled their pieces with an African twist. You can keep up with her adventures on mirrorme.me and on Instagram via @Fisayolonge

Tosin Alexandriah Sho-Silva

Tosin’s style is minimalist but never lacks that edgy feel. This Masters Degree holder in Fashion and Textile Design aspires to launch her womens wear line soon. Her blog, Stylebyalexandriah.com is a medium for expressing her style. Her Instagram page is @Tostos_

Haneefah Adam

She is a medical scientist, DIY enthusiast, food and lifestyle blogger. She is one of the pioneer modest fashion bloggers in Nigeria and created a stylish Hijab wearing  Barbie, Hijarbie, which has been featured on local and international platforms. Check her out on Muslimahanie.com.ng and @Muslimahanie on Instagram.

Sayedero Enitan

Sayedero Enytan doubles as an Engineering Manager at a Renewable Energy Company in Nigeria when she’s not sharing style and beauty tips on her blog. She has worked with brands like Jumia and Konga. She is currently a Woodin style ambassador and has been featured on CNN. Catch up with her on her blog, Thefashionengineer.com and Instagram page.

Hanifah Abubakar

Hanifa Sabo Abubakar is currently studying to bag that degree in International Business. This Hausa beauty is a boss at the Hula Hoop and is slaying everybody’s life one post at a time with her awesome fashion style. Check her out on her website Haniiiifa.com and instagram page @Haniiiifa

Dodos Uvieghara

Her style is edgy and feminine albeit minimal. This Economics graduate from Crawford University expresses her personality in the clothes she wears and also doubles as a beauty blogger. Some of the brands she has worked for include Maju. Find out more about Dodos on her site Iamdodos.com and for make up tips and tutorials, go to her Instagram account here. Featured image via Mirror Me

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