AkosuaVee’s Style: Winter is Here in Ghana—Dress to Suit the Weather

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Akosua Vee Style
Akosua Vee Style

Here in Ghana we have two types of seasons . The dry and wet seasons . I sometimes refer to the wet season as our ‘WINTER’.

This is when our sweaters and woolen knitted outfits comes out from our closets to be displayed!

Matching-Jeans-and-Sweaters for winter.

Sweaters are out in full force. So are sturdy, heavyweight blue jeans.

That’s great news for casual dressers, because a few things go together as easily as jeans and sweaters.

With the right jeans and the right sweaters in your closet, winter dressing can run itself on autopilot from the first flakes of our rains and cold weather to the last puddles of slush.

Still, even a simple look can go wrong, and it stands out all the more when it does. Tighten your sweater/jeans game up with some simple tricks to keep everything looking laid back, casual, and stylish.

LETS SHARE DETAILS OF OUTFITS.

knitted coverup ( forever21)

Jeans pants ( miss selfridge)

Heels ( Steve Madden ) Lupita collection,0267190776

Dior bag from (Ellacadie ,0241053243)

Shades from vasties (0244997111)

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The writer is a senior Staff Journalist at GhanaCelebrities.Com based in New York, United States, covering a range of topics including Politricks, TV & Movies, General Entertainment, Social Media, Religion, Love and Relationship. She speaks 4 different languages and she is currently taking charge of “Mandarin”. She spends her free time, binge-watching TV Series.

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  1. It does get cold in Ghana sometimes especially early in the morning…but I would be uncomfortable in that. Definitely more suited to British weather