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A fashion blog can be clearly described as a blog that posts fashion-related articles such as clothes to wear for a particular event or dinner, showcasing different fashion styles, as well as Clothing and jewelries.

Furthermore, they can also provide you with the best reviews for latest wear such as sandals, shoes, dresses, pants and other things that are trending in the marketplace.

Also, if you look closely, you will see that most fashion blogs not only provide a platform for bloggers, rather, they also offer many opportunities through a massive online presence.

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In this post, we would bring to you the top 10 Nigerian fashion bloggers you should follow now for the best fashion reviews. However, Nigerian fashion bloggers have built support and loyalty, and even pioneered the largest fashion show in Lagos. Probably, you will be amazed at how fashion bloggers make money from their blog.

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Anyway, let us quickly check the list of top 10 Nigerian fashion bloggers you should follow now If you are planning on starting a fashion blog.

List of top 10 Nigerian fashion bloggers to follow right now!

 

Moss Onyi the fashion blogger in Nigeria

1)Moss Onyi.

Moss Onyi is a fashion, travel and lifestyle blogger who moved to the UK to pursue a career in chartered accounting. However, She is already a regular blogger and lives in Manchester, England.

She is also actively involved in photography and has been blogging with her husband, Craig Moss, since late 2017. Her blog and her unique fashion sense will make her dream of a distant place come true, where she can get lost in a world made of dreams. Visit Moss Onyi fashion blog.

2) Hadiza Lawal

Hadiza Lawal is a graduate who acquired a degree in International Affairs and Mass Communication. She is the founder of food and style blog known as wovenblends. Woven Blends blog is a fashion and food blog publishing reviews, recipes, and tips to help you approach your audience in style.

Lawal’s mission is to bridge the gap between style and food because “food is definitely style.” She started blogging in 2015 due to popular search to share her secrets and currently dividing Nigerian and Intercontinental fashion styles.

3) Igee Okafor

Igee Okafor, is a fashion and lifestyle blogger who creates content for lifestyle lovers to discuss men’s clothing and culture in different ways. He was born and raised in Lagos and moved to the United States with his family to gain more experience.

In 2013 he studied Business and Marketing at John University and went to St. Man’s University. He has been featured on Forbes, The New York Times, Huffington Post Canada, GQ Spain, Fader Magazine, Hypebeast, Fashionista, Pause Magazine, and Topman. He is currently living in New York. Visit Okafor’s Blog.

 

Grace Alex popular fashion blogger in Nigeria

4) Grace Alex

Grace Alex is a fashion blogger also known on Instagram as T2pitchy. She blogs at GA Fashion and currently studying cultural and communication skills in Washington DC, USA.

She originally started blogging in 2011 to help treat depression. Her fashion blog is an open and honest online journal that helped her to connect with others who empathized with what she was going through. Since then, she has worked with big brands such as Google, Clinique, Daniel Wellington, New Look and ASOS. Visit Grace Alex blog.

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5) Maryam Salam

A fashion blogger and founder of BloggerPoint, a marketing community that influences Nigerian bloggers. Salam breaks the taboo of wearing a stylish headscarf (hijab).

And her fashion and lifestyle choices inspire Muslim fashion stars and other modest women. After studying fashion marketing and branding at UK University, she started blogging in 2013 to take her passion for fashion to the next level.

She has a Master’s Degree in Entrepreneurship and International Business, also working as a stylist at Karen Millan. The Nigerian blogger who dabbles in modest fashion that includes controversy over beliefs and headscarves (hijab) admits it’s not easy to fit into her lifestyle and wonders how she dresses.

She lost her job then due to her choice to wear hijab in the workplace. However, this didn’t stop her and eventually things got better for her. She hopes BloggerPoint will become an influential community for Nigerian bloggers where they can meet, collaborate and express ideas in a safe environment. She has worked with ASOS, Next, Accessorize, Forward, Grass-Fields and more. Visit Maryam Salam.

6) Kuyet Bamai

Kuyet Bamai was born and raised in Kaduna state, northern Nigeria. He is a fashion and lifestyle blogger, social media strategist and content creator.

After graduating from Ahmadu Bello University, who majored in Mass Communication in 2016, He continues to work as a content creator and brand promoter.

Kuyet Bamai has thousands of online Instagram and blog subscribers with over 55,000 monthly blog views. He started blogging in 2015 sharing the style and “ups and downs” that life has to offer. Visit Kuyet Bamai’s Blog.

7) Cocopolitan

Cocopolitan is owned by Mary. A fashion, travel and lifestyle blogger from Canada. She started blogging in 2013 and has continued to develop as a content creator. Her mission is to connect readers “with one conversation, one experience, one tool.” She has featured in Coach New York, Vogue UK, Glamor UK, Daniel Wellington, Topshop Canada and StyleCaster magazines. Visit Cocopolitan.

8) Akin Faminu

Akin Faminu is one of the few Nigerian menswear bloggers who continue to support traditional suits and ties, change the mood with Adire and Ankara, and highlight the elegance of Afrocentric style.

The Lagos-based menswear blogger is a writer, doctor and fashion lover. He expresses his love for style and creativity on the Akin Faminu blog. His fashion style can match the best fashion bloggers on the global stage. His appearance in Vogue Italia is a sign of the highest honor that distinguishes him from his influential style.

 

Billy Busari Blog

9) Billy Busari

Billy Busari is a men’s fashion blogger Boldly Billy. He uses his blog to express himself and his style. He sees his blog as a way to entertain and inspire subscribers to become the best version of themselves. Visit Billy Busari Blog.

10) Alexandria Sho-Silva

Alexandria Sho-Silva is better known by her username on social media Tostos. She graduated from the Faculty of Fashion and Textile Design and runs a fashion blog in London.

Alexandria Sho-Silva blogs about fashion and travel lifestyle in Alexandria. She considers her style to be comfortable, simple and elegant, and sees blogs as a means of self-expression. Sho-Silva has worked with brands such as River Island, Dorothy Perkins, Monsoon Accessorize, Pantene and Westfield London. Visit Alexandriah Sho-Silva Blog.

 

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Conclusion

In Lagos’s fast-growing creative scene, these blogs feature some of the trendiest women and men with engaging posts, photos and videos. Fashion bloggers are making a name by reaching out to a wide audience.

Nigerian fashion bloggers enthusiastically trains and inspires their loyal followers, while simultaneously having modern fun and wardrobe needs.

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BIlal Abdullahi

I'm Bilal Abdullahi Well-known as "The Million Blogger". Professional Architect living in Northern Nigeria. The brainbox behind Campus Entrepreneur's Hub (cehub). I have figured out a couple of challenges that hinder some folks from discovering the ultimate opportunity of having online presence. Featured on PrimeTimeNews, BloggerPoint, Afrikpreneur and speaker at 'GET THERE' Topic: "The future of social media marketing". Author: BLOGGING IN DEMAND, NICHE ROCKET and SHOOT THE CLIENT. You can connect with me on Twitter @Bilblogger

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