The Inner Ora in me

Who remembers trying this when they were younger?

If you follow me on twitter or whatevs, youll probably know about my love for Princess Ora. She's everything I want to be but can't be; Shes Georgeous, Shes perfection and She's infact already a fashion Icon in my eyes. I have a little theory about this whole Riri/Rita Comparison thing. RIRI wants to BE her!! As much as I love rihanna, notice how she changed her style into that whole retro cool kid with blonde hair just as Rita Ora was becoming more mainstream. Maybe she knew she had competition. Riri you feisty cat!

I thought I'd put my own little twist on the Ora movement. Instead of using dark/dull colours or denim, I decided to use bright and happy colours :D

A bit too colourful maybe but IDGAF! I'm still not quite sure if I failed at the cool kid look or not though. Let me knoooow!










Not only is this look cool, its also very practical. Now, when you have too many clothes on, you can just put them around your waist like a little Ninja without feeling weird or out of place. 

Love,

Wunmi
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9 comments:

  1. You look so gorgeous! I love the colour of your pants!

    xx

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  2. Hi dear,
    I just found your blog & I just adore it - your sense of style is amazing!!! :)

    If you like my blog too,WE COULD FOLLOW EACH OTHER!!! ;) ;)
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  3. When I read this I though oh she must be form the Uk lol...Most Americans totally think the opposite about this Rihanna/Rita "ordeal"

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  4. This outfit is so perfectly eclectic. The plaid and Aztec prints really work well together somehow. Those shoes are amazing, too. Lovely!

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  5. you look really fab !i love it!!!



    xoxo from rome
    K.
    kcomekarolina.com

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  6. OMG I totally love Rita Ora too http://diaryofarockprincess.blogspot.com/2012/04/jadore-rita-ora.html

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