360Fashion Style Diary: Priscilla Ephraim (Day3)

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A Convenant university student if Estate Management, Priscilla Ephraim is in love with fashion experimenting with different pieces and carefully juxtaposing trends with her own DIY styles. To prove that she is not a fashion charlatan, she has been nominated in the “best dressed female” category in the Dynamix awards! She isn’t a stylist or a model. she is just one of those people who know their clothes, make-up and accessories; in other words she always looks good! She says “I love black nd white as mch as I love colours!a shoe fanatic!,a lover of Prints,skulls and all things KARDASHIAN!!!”. I think we are in for a very interesting style diary.;-)


*excited*  🙂 😮 😀 😆 I HAVE DONE MY HAIR!!!!!!! *checking self out in the mirror*

And yes my hair is tinted red(I believe I have expressed my love for Red before lol), do you guys love eeeettt!!!??? lool okay now that the hair problem is out of the way I can be free with all my outfits! Moving on…

In the Day 2 entry I wrote about the popping effect of the colours RED and ORANGE! Yesterday was evidence for red and today I will show you how orange makes your skin tone and outfit as a whole pop! Apart from being a fun, summer loving colour, orange gives us chocolate skinned ladies an elegant look, if worn well ofcourse. You’ll notice how wonderful you look (if you’re of caramel skin colour) in an orange dress! Ofcourse the hue of orange will depend on how much of a colour lover you are!

Well for Me, I can do anything, My style is pretty versatile so today we will work with burnt orange! My outfit today is two-faced! yes, it is a hypocritical outfit loool but in a giood way; it just means It can be worn to work. and also worn to lunch with the girls!

The peter pan collar style gives a formal edge to the outfit, so does the length of the pencil skirt and the geek glasses I wore with it. The heels though give the outfit a sorta fun free edge, whilst still looking a bit sophisticated! YES! thats the word; “Sophisticated”!

The white blouse under the orange sweater gives the outfit a forma feel

 So I want to point out today that we girl should cut out that thought that only a blouse and inner wear can be tucked into a skirt! if you’re afraid of the bulge that makes your ass look like its been fragmented, learn the art of straightening out the layered tops under the skirt and of course what you’re tucking in musn’t be to thick! I have a sweater on top of a white blouse; imagine if it was just the white blouse I wore today? *stroking chin*, the orange sweater made the outfit pop!

My geek like glasses are cute! 😀 tell me you don’t love’em



Nerdy Fashionista, hopeless shopaholic, shamelessly vain and a firm believer in "ALWAYS" looking fabulous even through her hectic & frustrating role as a Bio. Engineer. Nurturing a secret crush on all fashionable Men, she wishes she'd have a Men's fashion line one day. Her glasses and confidence are her best accessories regardless of countless jewelry and cute shoes and bags. Be sure to trust fashion through her eyes! @toekunbore: don't be shy to say hi on twitter!


  1. Not 2 come off as rude but I dnt see anything spectacular being showcased… these are basic stuffs any one could pull off and tbh ur hair doesn’t do u any justice…u r really dark but u chose a red weave…dis is def a faux pas and I suggest u leave dat 2 riri huh? Then lastly I have 2 comment on d dyed part of ur natural hair…it doesn’t even blend with d rest of ur weave….all in all u dnt look dat bad except dat u bring ‘rainbow’ 2 mind being dat all d colours r kinda clashing esp wiv ur weave…:)

  2. i feel that from what i’ve seen on her instagram, whoever posted this… just posted some basic stuff. y’all should put her instagram like abeg.

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