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Yomi ca­sual un­veils new fash­ion line

As the Yule­tide sea­son be­gins, fash­ion de­signer, Omoniyi Makun, pop­u­larly known as Yomi Ca­sual, has un­veiled a fash­ion line which be­gan op­er­a­tions on Satur­day.

Yomi Ca­sual main­tained that the new line would be his flag­ship store for 2019. He said, “I have in­vested so much in the brand. From the be­gin­ning of the year, we rolled up our sleeves for this flag­ship store.”

He said apart from the elec­tri­fy­ing ex­pe­ri­ence, other mouth­wa­ter­ing ser­vices have been lined up for cus­tomers.

He said, “The new out­let has ser­vices from laun­dry de­part­ment, fab­ric de­part­ment, VIP lounge for clients, out­door lounge for vis­i­tors, out­fit pickup, pro­duc­tion fac­tory to master-class sec­tion, among oth­ers.”

“Fash­ion lovers should ex­pect more as­tound­ing de­signs from Yomi Ca­sual. We have big things com­ing up very soon,” he added.

cinch your waist line

A straight loose shirt dress might make you look shape­less. Nip the dress at the waist to de­fine your fig­ure with the help of a belt or scarf.

Try sneak­ers

Give your feet a rest and this chic look a chance. Con­trary to pop­u­lar be­lief, sneak­ers look best with dresses, es­pe­cially with shirt dresses in the sum­mer. Ac­cord­ing to­ley­gal. com, white sneak­ers are a hot favourite this sea­son.


Up­date your day dress with glitzy, eye-catch­ing ear­rings, neck­laces and bracelets to add on some se­ri­ous doze of ‘bling’. Also, carry an in­ter­est­ing bag to add to the drama.

Add some pants

If you’re not into bare legs, wear your shirt­dress over a pair of leg­gings or pants. The dress will give the look of a long­line shirt which will work won­ders for your of­fice at­tire.

Layer up

Use the shirt dress as a jacket and play with pro­por­tions on bot­toms and un­der­neath. The shirt dress looks great as an up­per layer worn over your reg­u­lar shirt and pants, per­fect for turn­ing heads and tak­ing on the town.

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