Queen of Ankara two-pieces no? Okay, I’d try harder LOL.

How was your weekend? Hope you all are ready for the new week?

I’d like to take a second just to appreciate everyone who consistently visits my blog and the new people too (keep coming back pretty please ☺️). You all motivate me to continue this journey and I see my stats booming everyday. God bless you all.


I have always been scared of capes, not scared as in horror type of scared, just scared in the trying-new-things type.

I used to envy anyone I see successfully slaying a cape style dress or top and I decided to go for it. I saw something similar to this two-piece set in a magazine and borrowed about two yards of this material from my mum (I always borrow from her) then tweaked it just a bit to my own taste. 

The top looks like a Kaftan from the back and I had the skirt made as a high-waist because I planned to wear it to church today and could not risk the Brothers in the Lord staring at the tummy in the presence of the Lord 😆.

There’s something about the cape that makes me feel like the whole world is looking at me and I better behave LOL! And if you can believe it, my tailor made it in one hour.

This crop set is one I’m looking forward to rocking individually, I already have great plans for that top.

Burgundy hat because of church and black heels for the win!

Side note: Can we start making Christmas wishes now? My list is definitely full. I’d like to know some of the wishes you have for Santa this year 😉 please share.

Have a blessed week ahead.

LoveandKisses from TANG

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