Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Asos African Print


Hello beautiful people! How has your week been so far?


I am engulfed in vacation feelings while maintaining a presence at work. I don't know how long this feelings will last--the need for more vacation rings in my ear as I anticipate my next adventure, which is not anytime soon. However, I am looking forward to a trip to New York in September for the IFBCON event. Is anyone going? Please email me. Looking forward to a room filled with bloggers and fashion insiders while anticipating my first visit to San Diego for a wedding. All San Diego bloggers, please email me if you will like to meetup for lunch or coffee.

Asos Africa by www.jadore-fashion

Now back to my outfit. You might be wondering why my outfit looks like a self-made African print like the previous African prints worn. A friend of mine also wondered if it was self made. Well, while not self made, it is definitely an African print... Asos Africa Print.

Asos Africa details by www.jadore-fashion

As you know, I like to infuse my culture into my style for example, a modern take on African prints or tribal prints like the one worn here. Talking about tribal prints, I have been eying this Aztec print romper from asos, which has been sitting in my cart for days. I see myself wearing it with brogues before the weather changes.

Outfit: Asos top (here); Asos pants (sold out, also love the skirt version here)
Zara clutch (here) & Zara shoes (Old..lusting for this pair here)
Michael Kors watch (similar here)
Earrings (similar here)
Rayban glasses (here)

Enjoy the rest of your week!

Photographed by PaOsin
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Frank Vinyl said...

amazing look . love this trend

JustPatience said...

Stella! I have been eyeing these pieces on ASOS for the longest time. Love how you styled it. Fabulous as always.

Tinu said...

Love it!! The print is amazing! I'm loving ASOS at the moment, but i'm going to have to pace myself...:)

clothes-lovers said...

U look too gorgeouse dear! Love the print on print, its suits u. Everything u wear suits u.

Angie Lovess said...

Great print, looks amazing on you. Enjoy IFBCON event!

xo Angie

La Dolce Vita said...

Your outfit is gorgeous and you are looking so good in it . I love African prints. They are similar to our Indian tribal prints. I love your shoes too,great color.
have a nice day !

Daniella said...

Loving this head to toe printed look, you always style prints so well!! I love how the studded clutch puts a different spin on this look and your earrings are also so gorgeous! Amazing look my dear! :)

Take care, Daniella xox

Anonymous said...

You look gorgeous as always. Love the attire. ;)

LaizaLounge said...

Love love love...Prints all the way!

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Amy said...

Love the outfit! You look stunning! Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting on my blog! Newest follower!

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LovelyLeila said...

the print on your outfit is so nice!


Sing said...

Love the print and style of the outfit, very nice.

Kim West said...

I do love that clutch bag of yours! It adds more edge to your outfit. I am excited to see more of your posts for fall too.

Amy said...

You ahve a great eye for patterns!

Adeola Naomi said...

Looks amazing on you and the African prints are just spectacular.

Frannie Pantz said...

What I wouldn't give to go to NYC for anything fashion related! Lucky girl! Love the print on this outfit! The back of the top is really what sells it for me.

oomph. said...

i really loved the asos africa collection, but didnt have a chance to grab any of the pieces. love your studded clutch!


Anonymous said...

Jadore Jadore... these prints are woooow

marama said...

Amazing look!

Fifth N Sixth Closet said...

I love the outfit, you look wonderful!

DaFashionFreak said...

Love the print. And it looks good on you.


Economy of Style said...

This print is stunning! I love the way you styled it!

Style Me B.A.D said...

African print is DEFFFF the new trend for mainstream now I hear. Amazing look!

Housefan said...

This is beautiful. I would never have thought to put the look together this way. I also really like your lipstick, in all your pictures actually. What shade and brand is it?

J'Adore Fashion said...

Thank you all for the amazing comments. I enjoy reading and visiting each sites.

@Housefan: I am wearing MAC Red by MAC


Anonymous said...

Wow this print is specific to East Africa we call it Khanga or Lesso and the actual fabric usually in two pieces always comes with a message or proverb as traditionaly they were used to pass messages across but you can always cut off the message strip (it is thin) to make an outfit

Cymone said...

Prints and you are best friends, you look fantastic in prints and I love how you can make it look so simple but it has a pop of WOW! :)


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