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Tomboy Glam with Lola OJ! See 4 ways the Stylish Vlogger wears Bomber Jackets | Watch

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Stylish beauty influencer and vlogger Lola OJ is showing us a different side to her weekly videos this week and we love it! In this video, Lola is showing us a visual lookbook on how she styles various bomber jackets. Here’s what she said;

I live in Lagos Nigeria, as some of you may know we have rainy season yearly… it’s still very hot but its often appropriate weather for a light jacket!! Coming from London I often miss the effect of layering an outfit, so I have found some combos that still work well in the heat!

Details of the outfits in order of appearance:

1. FashionNova ‘Strawberry fields forever jacket – black’
2. Zara Pink varsity jacket
3. Blue Queens head bomber jacket – Harvella Styles, Lagos
4. Fashion Nova ‘Rivalry jacket – white/black’

Please let me know which look you prefer!

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4 Comments

  1. I'mJustSayn'

    July 28, 2016 at 11:39 am

    Ok 😐

  2. Imjustsayintoo

    July 28, 2016 at 11:44 am

    This is what everyone wears in uni naw. …anyway……ok ?

  3. kkay

    July 28, 2016 at 1:26 pm

    I read some where that Nigerians unlike Indians took their British colonial masters clothing, culture, language, food but rejected acquisition of their technology. That’s why Nigeria is in this mess while India took their technology and is far ahead of us.

    WHY NOT WEAR & PROMOTE ADIRE , AKWETE?
    When you get to London , wear & style your bomber jackets.

    I expect that the government and corporate organisations should be in the forefront of ensuring their staff use local textiles to make official clothes.

    • nunulicious

      July 28, 2016 at 6:06 pm

      I am a proponent of pro-Nigeria and afican There are brands that cater to what you’re referencing, follow them. no be by force.

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