Nigerian fashion brand Desire1709 has debuted a new style edit for fashion enthusiasts as we ease out of the lockdown necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Their pieces are versatile, with a wide array of prints and patterns to throw some colour over these dark times.

Desire1709’s new collection showcases an extensive range of work outfits, casual wear, blazer dresses and co-ords, suitable for everything from your virtual meetings to your daily Instagram style posts. The variety of pieces are chic and would make the perfect addition to any woman’s wardrobe. 

After months of escalated waist bands, things are finally returning to a sense of normalcy, and in Nigeria, lockdown curfews have been extended. Over the next few weeks and months, people will be able to visit friends and family and socialise to an extent, so fashion lovers across Nigeria and the UK will be able to combine style and safety, and who wouldn’t want that!

According to Toyosi Gregory-Jonah, creative director of Desire1709, “Many of us may have not opened our closets for some time, but we all know as women, a good outfit will potentially make us feel in a better mood! People working from home, exercising at home, dining in, meetings via  Zoom calls – we all have one thing in common, we want to do it comfortably and fashionably.  Now as we slowly ease back into the outside, we’ve clearly seen that women still want to look nice. This style edit has something for everyone, the outfits are easy, flexible yet sticking with our motto of being fashion forward.”

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About Desire
Desire 1709 is a fast-growing clothing store Desire1709, with physical store locations in Nigeria and also an online store which caters to Nigeria and the United kingdom. Desire 1709 is an affordable ready to wear fashion line that caters to the style conscious woman and specialises in functional, yet stylish and versatiles pieces created with love in Nigeria.