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‘Syte Girls’ on the Mauve!



'Syte Girls' on the Mauve!

Last Saturday saw the “Obromankoma” 🐘 girls sojourn to their alma mater for the Mfantseman Girls’ 63rd Speech Day. This time hosted by the 98 class.

Okay, let me pause here and talk about something which I find very unfortunate. Come on Holico girls’ especially those who hosted the recent speech day.

It’s always good to give back to your school. Especially the impact it has had on you and also do something great for the next generation.

Before I continue let me quickly put this across. This blog and the topics shared here is for light stuff and just tongue in cheek when it comes to rating the fashion of schools, especially that of girls secondary schools in Ghana.


It’s witty and also a different way to school rivalry that already exist. This time taking a fashion approach. Are we not tired of all the hard news? Why don’t you want to destress by reading a witty article? Anyway!!!

Holico divas you couldn’t take a joke. Besides, the combination of purple and blue you did, had some of your mates, seniors and juniors raising eyebrows of that color mixture. But I will revisit that issue another time.

Back to the mauve divas. To be honest 98 girls, you guyz got off on not so good foot. You ladies copied verbatim or “imagetim”if there is a word like that 😂😂😂😂 from the 2001 gey hey girls. Eiii no creativity kwraaa… why?

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The only difference is the colors but the artwork screams gey hey.
I promise not to disclose… whose idea was it to copy from 💛💚😂

The fashion for the main day was just ok. Nothing extraordinary. I reckon the plan was not to come and out do eachother. Just to play safe.

That not withstanding some looks caught my eye though.

I saw some bad fashion too. Some of those who planned to come and out slay had their seamstresses thinking otherwise for them.


Ghanaian seamstresses and their unsolicited discretion. Anyway, let’s see the slaying that went down.

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I like this, the cut was good. But the illusion net colour around the bust area doesn’t cut it. If the seamstress had searched further at Makola she would have found the brown that works with her skin tone.
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Simple and nice… the puff sleeves did the trick.
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Everything ✅ but not the shades 🕶️ there was nothing to weld on that day abi?
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Fascinator and outfit ✅ 😍 again the illusion net doesn’t match her skin tone.


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This is elegant… the lady in the red fascinator was the outfit a jumpsuit?
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This is simply nice without a doubt. It would have popped if she had maintained the mauve for the slit without mixing it. The sleeves I’m not sure of🤔
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Lady on the right, that’s how you do an illusion net. I had to zoom to see it. It blends in so well with your skin tone. 👌🏾😍 lady on the left’s outfit reminds me of an outfit I saw one the Gey Hey girls wore for their just ended speech day. It’s giving low budget. More like what you “ordered vrs what was delivered “ come better next time.
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Gorgeous… it’s giving what it’s meant to give!
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Squad goals
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The Sunday fashion saw an improvement. The fascinators were indeed a statement piece.
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Come on girls 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾 those fascinators are doing the most.
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Love it 😍
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Come on mauve queens 💃
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Giving rich Aunty vibes. 😍😍😍

Well done ladies, I knew Syte would not disappoint me “like that” regardless, your sisters from Kakumdo are still on my top list.

99 year group the baton is with you. Better come all guns blazing 🔥 🔥🔥 next year.

I’m also waiting for Abugiss, Roses and all the girls girls schools.

By Nana Kwesi Acquaye


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The Afro Brand Brand Black Star Fashion Brand Launches Its International Purchase Website Today To The Public



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>The much talked about Afro Fashion Brand called the Black Star Fashion Brand designed by Ghanaian Afro Diasporan Adjoa Osei in Finland and officially launched by Ghanaian Hollywood Actor Chris Attoh in Espoo Finland has officially launched its International purchase website to the public today the 1 st of June 2023.


Afro diasporans all over the world are excited to be associated with the Afro Brand Black Star Fashion Brand that seeks to keep the African identity among people of African descent  in the diaspora.


Ghanaian Afro Diasporans have expressed much Joy about the classy stylish high quality Ghanaian branded tracksuit  by  Black Star Fashion Brand trending on the market that is in stock  available for purchase on the website .


Ghanaian Celebrities like African Hollywood  Actor Chris Attoh, Dentaa  Amoateng   of Guba Awards, African Blogger Zion Felix among others have all embraced the Trendy Ghana branded tracksuits that are available to the public for purchase now.Article pic 1

The brand urges all Afro Diasporans to embrace the fashion brand which seeks to promote the African identity among Afro Diasporans all over the world.

All Afro Diasporans., Ghanaians in the Diaspora ,friends of Ghana , Afro American Celebrities who are associated with the return to the motherland are all urged to own a pair of the classy high quality Ghana Branded Tracksuits to keep the culture going

The Afro Brand also does various customizations with personal names at the back of the tracksuits and is open to investors all over the world who want to  support the brand and its social cooperative responsibility towards the education of  young underprivileged  girls in rural areas in Ghana   .

People can already place their orders for the  classy Ghanaian Branded Tracksuits and Afro Designs  on the website  and on Instagram  blackstarfashion _ brand



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The Best Ways to Style a Blue Floral Dress for Any Occasion



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Introduction to Blue Floral Dresses

Blue floral dresses are the epitome of femininity and grace, offering an effortless way to look chic for any occasion. Whether you’re heading out for brunch with your girlfriends or attending a formal event, there’s nothing quite like a blue floral dress to make you feel confident and beautiful. 

But with so many styles, colors, and patterns available in the market, choosing the right one can be overwhelming. Worry not! In this blog post, we’ll guide you through everything from selecting the perfect style to accessorizing it flawlessly so that you can rock your blue floral dress at any event with ease.