The Nigerian Street style Vs Front row “Frow” Fashion

From simple daily wears to sophisticated red carpet outfits, Nigerian Fashion continues to upgrade tremendously in style, class and popularity. Street style Vs Front row, which one are you?

From simple daily wears to sophisticated red carpet outfits, Nigerian Fashion continues to upgrade tremendously in style, class and popularity.

People now feel more comfortable expressing their personalities through their daily casual outfits.

The Nigerian Street style is urban, stylish, affordable and relate-able. You don’t need heavy tags on your street fashion, all you need is creative ways to combine different fashion accessories gotten from random vendors.

On the other hand, Frow (front row) fashion comes with elegance, a touch of class, and that million bucks look.

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To that regard and the rising trend of frow fashion, red carpets are always a delight to watch. You can invent your own styles just by watching and combining designs from the carpet.

The front row is not for every Harry; only people who matter usually make it to the front row as one of the aims of this style is to dress as an elite and meet the standards of seating closest to the runway at a fashion show or nearest to the stage in an event.

Front row-lers at GTBank Fashion Weekend

As it stands, the frow is the most coveted seat in any event – it doesn’t matter the price, if ‘front row-lers’ can afford the look, they can definitely afford the seats. Unlike the Frow fashion that requires elegance and a touch of class, the street fashion can be summarized in one word ‘simplicity.’

Both fashion styles are at two extremes and for different events. Street style Vs Front row; which one are you?

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Watch the FROW talk below:

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Note: The GTBank Fashion Weekend holds this November? Click here for details about the event.