Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Love it or not?

Its been a while, i know, i know, apologies.....

I have been having this argument with myself and now is its time i involve some other people so i end the monologue iv been having for a while now (now you know why i have been talking to myself a lot. I'm not mad :)

While I was making some sample sketches for a bridal train, I started this argument in my head - Why do people spend so much on a bridal dress that they wouldn't wear again? and i was faced with the counter argument - Why take away the bridal feel of the dress? So i came up with this


I am a major contender of functionality of an outfit, A.K.A ma wo kini yi kpa! A.K.A i go wear this thing die! A.K.A (the English version is not interesting)




I will love your feedback on this dress. Not saying its the perfect bridal train dress but it is something you can wear any day anytime without it screaming it was on a bridal train.


Thanks :*

9 comments:

Stephen Amaza said...
10 September 2013 at 17:31  

I'm a guy so maybe my opinion doesn't count but in case it doe, then I agree. Why waste money? This makes max sense

Bisayo Ifelowo said...
10 September 2013 at 17:49  

a whole lot! Thanks steve

aura said...
10 September 2013 at 19:27  

Same dilemma I'm facing here. I need to get a bridesmaid dress and I don't want to waste money on something that would be worn just once. Was even thinking mixing ankara and chiffon in a kinda nice style.
Well,i 'like' ur design. Nt 'love' sha. Lol.

Bisayo Ifelowo said...
10 September 2013 at 19:34  

hahaha thanks for your feedback anyway :P

anthony makinwa said...
10 September 2013 at 20:45  

Well...weddings are special and it only happens once in a lifetime so I don't think its bad to make everything about the day 'exclusive'...and if you want people to help with yours then better get it when necessary...not saying going over budget tho...

aura said...
11 September 2013 at 18:53  

Eerm once in a lifetime for the people getting married, not for the bridesmaids. So only the bride and groom (if he wants), should do anything to make that day exclusive. For a bridesmaid I don't think there is anything wrong in not going all exclusive but wanting to wear something that can always be worn

anthony makinwa said...
12 September 2013 at 08:00  

So you won't mind if your bridesmaids use same dress for you and your other friends especially if you have mutual friends???...and then later when you check the pictures it feels like y'all got married to the same man...

Bisayo Ifelowo said...
12 September 2013 at 08:02  

ooops! blog fight!!! yay!!!!! *fight fight fight*

aura said...
1 October 2013 at 15:49  

Lmao. Dolo bisi. What are u saying sir? We r not saying to the same wedding...after d wedding you can wear to church or to a party, etc

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Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Love it or not?


Its been a while, i know, i know, apologies.....

I have been having this argument with myself and now is its time i involve some other people so i end the monologue iv been having for a while now (now you know why i have been talking to myself a lot. I'm not mad :)

While I was making some sample sketches for a bridal train, I started this argument in my head - Why do people spend so much on a bridal dress that they wouldn't wear again? and i was faced with the counter argument - Why take away the bridal feel of the dress? So i came up with this


I am a major contender of functionality of an outfit, A.K.A ma wo kini yi kpa! A.K.A i go wear this thing die! A.K.A (the English version is not interesting)




I will love your feedback on this dress. Not saying its the perfect bridal train dress but it is something you can wear any day anytime without it screaming it was on a bridal train.


Thanks :*

9 comments on "Love it or not?"

Stephen Amaza on 10 September 2013 at 17:31 said...

I'm a guy so maybe my opinion doesn't count but in case it doe, then I agree. Why waste money? This makes max sense

Bisayo Ifelowo on 10 September 2013 at 17:49 said...

a whole lot! Thanks steve

aura on 10 September 2013 at 19:27 said...

Same dilemma I'm facing here. I need to get a bridesmaid dress and I don't want to waste money on something that would be worn just once. Was even thinking mixing ankara and chiffon in a kinda nice style.
Well,i 'like' ur design. Nt 'love' sha. Lol.

Bisayo Ifelowo on 10 September 2013 at 19:34 said...

hahaha thanks for your feedback anyway :P

anthony makinwa on 10 September 2013 at 20:45 said...

Well...weddings are special and it only happens once in a lifetime so I don't think its bad to make everything about the day 'exclusive'...and if you want people to help with yours then better get it when necessary...not saying going over budget tho...

aura on 11 September 2013 at 18:53 said...

Eerm once in a lifetime for the people getting married, not for the bridesmaids. So only the bride and groom (if he wants), should do anything to make that day exclusive. For a bridesmaid I don't think there is anything wrong in not going all exclusive but wanting to wear something that can always be worn

anthony makinwa on 12 September 2013 at 08:00 said...

So you won't mind if your bridesmaids use same dress for you and your other friends especially if you have mutual friends???...and then later when you check the pictures it feels like y'all got married to the same man...

Bisayo Ifelowo on 12 September 2013 at 08:02 said...

ooops! blog fight!!! yay!!!!! *fight fight fight*

aura on 1 October 2013 at 15:49 said...

Lmao. Dolo bisi. What are u saying sir? We r not saying to the same wedding...after d wedding you can wear to church or to a party, etc

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