When the creme de la creme of social media fashion are mentioned, the name Stella Uzo of ‘J’adore Fashion’ will not be far from their lips. It is not rocket science really; her blog is crawling with some of the most “out of this world” styling choices. Her wardrobe engineering skills are off the charts and for this she has the following of all and sundry that have a passion for all things fashion.
Because her style is edgy, fun, flirty and often sexy, she has an eclectic following of over 139, 000 on Instagram as there is always something for everyone no matter your styling preference. She obviously loves to experiment with prints, patterns, colours and shoe designs as is evident in her clothing pieces.
Born in Enugu State, Nigeria where she lived until she was 14 years old, she currently has a Bachelors’ degree in Nursing and a Masters in Business Administration. She is married with a son. Stella has a soft spot for florals, black and white, lace, tulle, skater dresses and peplum (tops and skirts). Her all time soft spot is for shoes which she admits that she refuses to count. She has confessed however, that her husband doesn’t understand why she has to accumulate so many shoes. One of our favourite looks of her is in this peonies print prom dress with a nude belt and neon sandals. We also love her in black and white tulle as she ends up looking so sweet and flirty all at once.
Watch out Stella, as we will not stop stalking you whenever you step out.
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