Love or loathe them, there is no doubt that America’s number one reality television show stars, the Kardashians, are a stylish lot. Ladies around the world, most especially in Nigeria, idolise their fashion getups. The Kardashian girls have been creating trends that end up becoming wardrobe must-haves as fashion magazines and blogs seem to be obsessed with their daily fashionable wears.
They are so influential that most ladies stalk their instagram and snapchat handles for trendy hairstyles, wardrobe stables, make-up and even to learn how to pose for selfies!
The latest fashion trend created by these fashion forward family is the ‘kardashian way’ of wearing jackets or blazers.
The ‘kardashian way’ is when a jeans jacket or blazer is half-worn over one or both shoulders like a shawl to reveal the upper arm or arms. Celebrities like Rihanna, Beyonce, Nicki Minaj and so on have caught the ‘Kardashian way’ of wearing jacket bug. Here in Nigeria, fashionistas like Mochedda, Rukky Sanda, Toke Makinwa and Ruth Kadiri are also savouring the trend.
Behold, the trendy fluffy toes strap heels called ‘the mistress heels’
Jaws to the floor, A new heel has just dropped and it is called ‘the mistress heels’. This sexy heel has fluffy furs straps adorned around the toe area and can only be worn to parties or social events, as it is not really a good idea to wear it to work because of the dramatic furs.
Socialite Fifi Okwudili Umenyiora wore these killer heels at her lavish 35th birthday celebration held recently in Lagos. Actress and fashionista, Rukky Sanda has also acquired this trendy heels as she flaunted them on her instagram page last week. Fashion influencer and designer, Stella Uzor has not just one, but two of the heels, as seen on the pictures displayed on the page. A girl can never have too many shoes, so why not add this sexy number to your shoe rack collection for a date night with your man?. What dress to wear it with? You might want to ask. You can pair it with a slinky short dress or skirt so that your heels would be the centre of attraction of your whole ensembles.