Hello 60’s

Hello, guys!
I wish I could fully express my emotions here but words are insufficient. I’m excited about so many things: the fact that God loves me so much it’s incomprehensible, the prospect of my future, and what God has purposed to do in and through my life.

Okay, I learned that February is Black History Month. As you all know, I was in South Africa a while ago (you can read about my experience here,here,here and here) and it made me appreciate so many black people who had one thing or the other to do with Liberation.

Black History Month, also known as African-American History Month in America, is an annual observance in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom for the remembrance of important people and events in the history of the African Diaspora. It is celebrated annually in the United States and Canada in February, and the United Kingdom in October .

I don’t live in the US but I feel things like this should be celebrated more in other countries.

I’m a huge fan of black and white and what better way to show this off than going back to the 60’s?

OUTFIT DETAILS

Top: Thrifted

Skirt: Thrifted

Shoes: Nine west

Bag: Thrifted(Prada)

What do you think about my 60’s look? Which African person inspires you?

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Xoxo, Pribodunke💕

26 thoughts on “Hello 60’s

  1. Love the 60’s look, it’s classy and chic.I really love your shoes. I believe Africa as a continent should celebrate Black History month to celebrate our freedom and victory. African person that inspires me is Nelson Mandela.

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  2. Cool outfit… For me I’d say Nnamdi Azikwe…yeah I agree with you,things like this should also be celebrated in other countries and it would be nice if something like this is also celebrated in Nigeria.

  3. ObafemiAwolowo had a great legacy,but I read more of Wole Soyinka the man has alot of story to tell.
    Yr black and white style got me 😍😍😍💯

  4. This blog post is actually a good starting point to encourage people to begin to appreciate and celebrate African History and her brave historic activists. Obafemi Awolowo is one of them, he inspires me, his legacy (Education) is right on point!

    Nice article!I also got to see your adorable outfit which I find refreshing. Keep it up!

  5. You totally got the 60s look. Really love this. I really don’t appreciate one person in particular. I appreciate them all because they all played different roles.

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  6. You killed the 60s look!well done!Yes I think it should be celebrated in a lot of other countries that have their foundation rooted in black history such as south Africa and also in black countries as a whole.

  7. Love your blouse , it’s so pretty. You’re right, more countries should celebrate Black History Month. An African that has greatly inspired me is Mrs Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti, amazing woman. xx

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