One thing we know for sure is that dressing up for work is not exactly easy especially when you want to add a little personality, have fun with it, be stylish and of course, be very comfortable. Tracy Nwapa of Interior Culture by Obiageli, on the other hand, has figured the secret code of work style, cracked it and now it is up to us to learn from her.
The interior designer’s style features a lot of solid colors, something she shares with Genevieve’s character in the movie Lionheart and something that is quite essential in building the ultimate work-wear wardrobe. Tracy Nwapa also doesn’t shy away from Nigerian contemporary brands and rather stocks up on amazing contemporary Nigerian womenswear brands like StyleTemple, Lady Biba and Blush and Bow which make amazing pieces with the working class woman in mind.
Scroll down to see some of Tracy’s looks that we covet and would be recreating!
This classic combo is a go-to any day and anytime and that pop of animal-skin on her feet is just the perfect umph it needed.
Tracy Nwapa looks ready for a meeting with world leaders and the best part is she is not compromising on looking stylish!
This color on Tracy looks beyond heavenly and adds just the right amount of femininity to this girl boss outfit and yes, we stan!
`Good shoes take you to good places’ is one quote we standby and it seems so does Tracy because her shoe game is flawless especially this pair which she wore with a gorgeous dress from ready-to-wear brand JAN.
This red dress is perfect work dinner brunches, dinners or just about anything that in some way involves working but with a side of pleasure.
This shirt dress from StyleTemple – which seems to be one of Tracy’s favorite brands – has to be one of our favorite looks from Tracy because it is on the right side of drama and demands attention from you the moment she steps into the room. Definitely bookmark worthy.
Dressed once again in Lady Biba, Tracy took our breath away with this look – dress, shoes, makeup, hair all on fleek!
Photo Credit: @tray_ciee