Warm colours x Nikon | Tuke's Quest

Warm colours x Nikon

Hey Guys

Happy Thursday!

It's really weird that my first post this week is coming on a Thursday but things have been very odd since my last post, wasn't even able to celebrate my blogversary but Thanks to everyone who remembered. 

I won't tell you everything that's been going but one sad thing that happened is my Iphone screen cracked on Tuesday, posted it on Instagram so if you don't follow me on there you should. I finally decided to try Repairam as people kept recommending them to me on Insta. They picked my phone up today, I miss it so much.

A piece of glass from the screen got stuck in my palm so I had to go to the hospital this morning to get it scraped out. I was given a tetanus jab in my upper arm to prevent infection so my left arm is heavy. It's all good though, it could have been worse. No more doom and gloom, Sunshine Time :)
I learnt about the colour wheel recently and I found it really interesting. Warm colours: Reds, Yellows, Oranges are Vibrant and Full of life like the print in my Ankara Skirt. Remember it from this post and the Shoot one too, I used the shirt as a headtie and it turned out alright.

My fro is back, got featured on a hair blog recently, check it out here! I wore this outfit to the Nikon photo workshop last week. It was really interesting & enlightening and I met some blog readers, some other bloggers and one of the photographers that took my picture in NYSC Camp. They gave us small chops, delish and there was extra at the end of the event so I got 2, Yummy :)
With Uche James Iroha, one of the speakers
With Ms Tomie
With Ms Tomie and Micheal Imomoh (FotoBiker)














Skirt: Tailormade 
White tee NYSC
Sandals: Bershka
Satchel: DKNY
Pendant: Tematinz (as seen here)
Earrings: Uganda

By the way, there's a new online fashion store which is based in Ogun but they deliver nationwide. Check out their website, facebook and twitter page. I've got my eyes on this adire/aso-oke like maxi and they've got loads of accessories in the same print too.
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32 comments:

  1. Tuke nice work one can practically fall in love with you by reading your posts.

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  2. Sorry about the phone and your palm *e-hug*. And I love your smile, I should come and take smiling lessons from you. :d, and may you always have a reason to smile. :)

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    1. Thanks Ms-dee *e-hug to you too*
      Hehe, never heard of smiling lessons but I'm sure a little tickling or some funny stories will get you smiling :)
      Amen o, Amen!!

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  3. Lovely post... see how my face is all shades of greasy lol, sorry about your phone saw the post on instagram and those tetanus injection hurt like crazy mehn.
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    1. Hehe, Thanks Tomi :)
      Your face is fine Jo!
      Thank you o, I've never experienced this kind of pain, been trying to distract myself from it/just keep the arm still. The nurse said the pain should wear off by tomorrow sha, I hope so!

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  4. Sorry about your palm..love the skirt

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  5. Adetuke my dear, sorry about your palm and phone...whatever is going on just remember it will pass. Cheers and hugs

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    1. Thank you o, you're right, as time is going by, things are getting better!

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  6. Sorry dear. It is well. Sorry abt ur palm and phone. Take care. Btw ur hair is full o

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    1. Thanks LeezNijis, Amen o!
      Lol, the hair is trying small small but I want more growth!!! Hehe :)

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  7. Kpele darling... btw, my friend Esther went for the Nikon.. told he about it after I saw ur post. She said it was really great.... And yeah, really like that skirt and pendant..

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    1. Thanks Nkechi, aww, nice. I'm glad she enjoyed it, Thank you :)

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  8. I registered but did not attend ,so i would have met you?loove your fro

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    1. And did you take these pictures with your camera,my passion for photography is growing by the day.but my pocket cant afford a dslr camera yet.

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    2. Awww, eyah, yes you would have :)

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    3. Yes I did, Nikon D3100 body with a 50mm lens. They aren't cheap o, mine was a birthday present from my parents 3 years ago.

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  9. Hi Tuke, saw about the broken screen on IG, sorry about that. And don't worry, the pain would go soon. I love your bag, the print of your skirt and your look whenever you are on 'fro. You sort of look like Anne, she studies law, I think you know her.

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    1. Thanks Pelumi, it's been fixed now, Thank God. The pain was terrible yesterday, spent the whole day at the hospital but Thank God I'm home now :)
      Awww, Thank you :)
      Hmmm, I'm trying to think of an Anne, what's her surname?

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    2. I think I didn't get the name right. She co-owns Blackfabulosity

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    3. Oh, okay. Someone else has said so, and it was because of our Afro puff :)

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  10. Hi Tuke, thanks for stopping by my blog and for your lovely comment. Hope your hand gets better soon and love the outfit esp the necklace x

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    1. Awww, Thanks Nemi, it got worse but now it's getting better :)

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  11. I love DKNY bags! They are so afford able but also have a uniqueness.

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    1. I love them too! Not everyone would say they are affordable sha, depends on your disposable income but they are definitely good value for money!

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  12. love your skirt, sorry about your phone

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    1. Thanks Grace :) it's been fixed now!

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