When we think of celebrities, we imagine them as God's or higher beings, what with how perfect their lives look. A number of them have distinguished themselves to be the cream of the crop, and this article is to celebrate the best outfits we've seen some of these celebrities in. In particular, the female celebs are the target this time.
Without further ado, here are 4 of them.
Known for her famous roles in several movies, this woman is proof that you can look good, no matter your age.
Also known as Jenifa, this iconic woman knows where to draw the line, and definitely knows how to step out in jaw dropping attires.
3. Genevieve Nnaji
Known for her soft, feminine roles and equally alluring looks, this lady is a true fashionista.
4. Kate Henshaw-Nuttal
A daredevil who's full of surprises at every turn, this woman makes bold steps in fashion.
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