Do you want to level up your fashion game, change your style or add to your wardrobe? These Nigerian ladies have the distinctive fashion tastes that might inspire yours.

Temi Otedola

Temi loves contrasting pieces and matching unique items. Her fashion style is chic, captivating but easy on the eyes. Although she focuses on her acting work these days, her JTO FASHION blog still inspires many with her personal style and fashion exploration. 

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Fisayo Longe

Fisayo Longe owns Kai Collective, a go-to fashion brand that launched in 2016. You may have seen one of her remarkable colour-mesh designs popularly known as Gaia Dress. Fisayo’s style is pretty experimental, marrying vibrant colours together to make a dress or top. Either way, she kills it. 

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Fashion, beauty and lifestyle content? Leave it to Hafsah Mohammed AKA Hafymo. She has a penchant for wide-legged pants, bright colour combos and complex designs, a tradition that carries on in her fashion and clothing brand, Chenemi.

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Anne Nonye Udeogu

Anne Nonye is an unconventional fashion babe and content creator who operates ThisThingCalledFashionn, an online platform she founded to showcase her personal style in 2020. To look like a hottie straight out of a Beyoncé shoot or an expensive corporate babe, or to turn ankara into a style high-end brands will envy, Nonye is your go-to. If you’re looking for more than fashion inspiration, her online store whatnaylikes, has enough looks and pieces to shop.

Image source: @ThisThingCalledFashionn

Style Senami

Apart from being one of the hottest young fashion stylists and consultants in Lagos, Style Senami, born Senami Mague, knows all the creative ways to style your skirts and corsets. You can learn one or two cool fashion things on her Fashion Bae Show. Peep her @whatshestyled page to see more of her work and people she’s styled.

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Veekee James

If you’re looking for gorgeous styles your strict mum or church’s mummy G.O. won’t stop fanning over, Veekee James has all the fashion ideas for you. Do you need bespoke wear? She got you — just that she doesn’t make clothes below ₦1m.

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Onyii Azode effortlessly pulls all styles. You’ll like her if you’re a fan of colours and clothes that take the Nigerian sun into consideration. Outstanding casual and street fashion? Check. Unique corporate styling? Check. Holiday, carnival or sexy style ideas, she does it all. She was studying in Medicine before fashion got her attention in 2018. Now, she calls herself a “medical doctor with a fly closet”.

Image source: @onyiibekeh

Diana Eneje

Diana Eneje is a fashion model and influencer whose style can be described as “hot city girl vibes”. From effortlessly slaying crochet designs, to rocking short dresses with beautiful bag selections, to turning athletic wear into street fashion, Diana is HER. Her YouTube channel covers her fashion and lifestyle, so go there for all the fashion inspiration you need.

Image source: @diana_eneje

Ashley Okoli

Ashley is a stylist, designer and creative director popular for her daring “Y2k Nollywood babe” look. Her hairdo, eyebrows, makeup and clothing choices always distinguish her from the crowd. Overall, her approach to fashion expresses boldness and freedom.

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Bamy is a fashionista in the intersection of music, social media management and content strategy and production (WeTalkSound, Tea With Tay). Her style mixes clean masculine fashion with femme designs. And her sunglasses combinations are top notch.


Iretizee, born Ireti Zaccheaus, is a fashion designer and founder of Street Souk, an African streetwear brand. Her style is sexy androgynous. Both men and women can be beneficiaries of her charming fashion steeze.

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Ogechi is a content creator who’s built a huge following off her fashion and lifestyle content. With her cool make-up game, Oge‘s style leaves bold, classy and soft-life effects on you. This may be what you need.

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