African Fashion Bloggers who Avidly Wear African Brands

Posted by petershimming on March 29th, 2019

Today people’s piece of wear? Hmmm, you’re named as a “Backward Thinker” but chill out. All you need is a “Good change of thought.” Fashion for men and women is woven from historical events but many present influencers know how to slay that old outfits with new styling sense.

Many of us will react “What” on this but it’s no more a surprise that fashion bloggers wear avidly those particular local brands of which they promote a word on social platforms. The fashion industry in Africa has grown by leaps and bounds in recent years, and the following bloggers are doing so well by wearing African fashion to an extent. They’re lending more growth and development to certain brands.

Here we’re listing down African-fashion highly inspired bloggers who buy local dresses, attend fashion shows and who believe in African designs in their heart of hearts.

1.Thithi Nteta

Blog: Tee Tee is With Me

An author of www.travelgirlboss.com  and an artsy blogger who enjoys her take on fashion, beauty, lifestyle and travel diaries. This South African’s beauty captivates the social geeks by keeping at least. She’s a sound dresser of South African labels, and nothing makes her happy than showing-off local tags in her posts. She has been stamped “Blogger of the Week” several times giving a token of respect to her veteran fashion-blogging scene.

Thithi Nteta is modern and funky, and we love her for showing her real side always.

2.Franklin Saiyalel

Blog: Kenyan Stylista

Kenya’s leading male fashion blogger who is a global trendsetter of menswear and African lifestyle. People call him style bible for cutting off high-end fashion brands on the note of traditional African stories. He’s the lad who dresses to impress, and you will find him as a motivational Kenyan stylista who knows where he is going. From clothes to shoes to accessories, he’s a fashion king.

3.Lamic Kirabo

Blog: Third Local

Ugandan blogger, Lamic is another name of beauty. She is the most versatile fashion blogger who are making the waves since she stepped into the race. Just a year and woah she’s a cover up for many great brands. Her vision clearly supports local designers and she wears them a lot on her blog. The creative choices she make for her blog is nothing but wonderful. She’s your anytime pick-me-up with her all-rounder styling sense.

4.Afua Rida

Blog: Styled by Rida

With Ghanian fashion influencer Afua Rida, you want to hit the “Follow” button. She’s an enthusiastic blogger who grew up seeing bold fashion. She’s popular for daring colors, wild life, blue waters, tribal prints, bold patterns; zig zags, and irregular shapes and the color black that is Africa in a nutshell. She wants the world to recognize her as a bold face of fashion and undoubtedly she has achieved the vantage point.

5.Winnie Awino aka Me

Your favourite globetrotting person. Speak fashion, travel fashion and respond to fashion on her blog. She have all potentials of fashion and design in Africa. Her posts are a true “Made in Kenya” agenda. She’s working as a “Blogger Bridge” to end distance between designers and consumers. She’s a routine blogger who can drive sales and growth in the fashion industry easily by her latter posts.

6. Dodos Uvieghara

Blog: I am Dodos

A Makeup Artist, beauty expert and fashion enthusiast. Dodo’s vlog uncovers unique, colorful and date night beauty looks in the most glam way. Stop by her You Tube channel and discover what a style entrepreneur she is.

All these bloggers are solo experts with enfolding African clothing store in society. Sometimes, they may wear international brands, but they support local brands and accessories from A to Z. They are everyday uplifting the style through exciting stories and are killing “African Style Daily” across the globe.

Also See: Her Blog, African Fashion, Thithi Nteta, Styling Sense, She, Her, Fashion
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