We all know when at a Nigerian shop you rarely find that all the looks are fabrics from across the boarder, you're going to find many if not all items with fabric made right in your homeland. So of course I fully expected to see ankara outfits but it was a breath of fresh air to see that that the outfits weren't entirely made out of ankara as they had incorporated lace and denim as well, which made for a fine finish.
Every outfit needs those accessories to compliment the look and of course, the sale did have their fair share of accessories that did exactly that. Although, one thing I've come to notice about Nigerian sales is that they like to overprice almost everything, it's like a trait. I had bought a printed top for 3k which is give or take 20 bucks (and yes this is expensive considering it had been worn countless times before being sold) which happened to be the same price as a small ring which shouldn't be more than 1k if not less. Clearly, I nor Toyin were ready to pay such a grand amount of money for such a small accessorie.
We didn't venture much into the bag department but I'm sure the prices for them wouldn't have exactly been a crowd pleaser. They sold clutches as well as purses, most were made of a crocodile like skin with ankara detail, all of them really would look good with a plain black dress which I thought was practical.
At the end of the day I ended up just buying the printed blouse I had set my eyes on from the start. Some pictures below: