Sequinned lace materials are one of the most elegant fabric we have today. They are used for high class parties and are quite expensive. Sequinned lace are can be worn to any kind of events. It's important that the lace are styled by an experience fashion designer else it won't look really good on the person wearing it.
South African model, Eva Modika and Nigerian actress Yvonne Jegede were seen stepping out in the same colour of sequinned lace. The lace was sewn as a gown and it was suspected to be styled by the same fashion designer. Although, there's little difference in the styling of the gown but it really looked beautiful on both celebrities.
Checkout how they both rocked the lace and tell us who slays better in the lace. Also remember that our celebrities are role models for us when it comes to fashion. In case you find the outfit attractive. Don't hesitate to contact your gabion designer and also get one. Don't forget it's expensive too.
Once again, indicate who rocked the outfit better between Eva Modika and Yvonne Jegede. Kindly like and share.
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