5 Stylish Outfits To Rock At Wizkid’s Concert

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So it’s the weekend and you want to chill with the big boys at Wizkid’s Live-In concert in Abuja but you are not sure what to wear? We’re happy to be your unsolicited stylist.

Here are five outfit ideas for you:

1. Mini-Skirt And Jacket Combo With Sneakers

5 Stylish Outfits To Rock At Wizkid’s Concert


This young and fresh look makes it clear to all that you are a happy person, ready to have fun but will never compromise on the very importance of slayage

2. Oversized Shirt And Pants

5 Stylish Outfits To Rock At Wizkid’s Concert

This look is casual and effortless and it says you’re a pretty girl that does not like stress. You can elevate it with some earrings and Cuban links and instantly look like money! Be careful not to steal the show because it’s Wizkid we all came to see.

3. Pyjamas Set

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Nothing says you love Starboy like twinning with him. Match his vibe with this laid back, effortless look. Throw on a pyjamas set and accessorise however you want.

4. Ankara Crop Top And Shorts

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One of the easiest ways to look like you have made it in life is to pair a cute Ankara two-piece with shades. It never fails. The great thing about this look is that you can play with it however it suits you. Dress it up with some nice mules or down with cool sneakers or sandals. Whatever ignites your inner baby girl.

5. Ripped Jeans And Shirt

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This is a go-to look for many because it is a cross between focused and fun. Also, because jeans and shirts are in every millennial and Gen-z’s wardrobe. So, if all we have told you fails, just wear your jeans and shirt. It’s not you that is doing birthday.

After all we’ve said, if you catch us in basic outfits chilling at the MTN stand, kindly focus on what you came for. 


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