Colors!!! Most of us shy away from that word especially when it comes to our wardrobe I used to be like that but I had to break out of that zone and I am glad I did. This is an outfit I wore for my graduation, I combined a mustard coloured blazer which is almost on the yellow side with green pants. I chose this colours because I did not want to go for the conventional blue, black, or white colours which most people go for and since it was my graduation I wanted to look colourful ( in a good way). I even opted for rose pink shoes because I did not want the color black in my outfit. The green is on the deeper side so the color of the blazer was just the perfect shade.


When you are opting for brightly coloured outfits, you must be careful so you don’t go over the top, make sure your make up doesn’t scream too much, preferably go for natural looking makeup which was what I did. As for jewellery my earrings were almost non existent I did not want to be team too much so I opted for smaller earrings which matched my shoes a silver necklace and bracelet.

The main focus was for the whole outfit to do the talking. The blazer had some tiny details like the pearls on the sleeves which I thought was really cute and brought more life to the outfit. I opted for a handbag which was green because like I said I did not want any black color.


The bag is definitely not a designer bag i got it at a very cheap price and it served its purpose. Do you think this was a good look?

How would you style this outfit? I would love to hear from you so please feel free to leave a comment don’t forget to like if you enjoyed today’s blog.

Blazer: Zara

Pants: o’stin

Shoes: zign

Handbag: random shop

Have a great weekend

Stay motivated….


    1. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 Ozioma you won’t stop cracking me up. Oya receive boldness to put on bright colors. Thank you baby girl 😘😘😘😘😘

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