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Woman makes multifaceted dresses that can be worn up to 11 different ways

We might think that pockets on dresses are the most exciting thing to happen in ladies’ fashion, but behold these savvy creations.

Nigerian fashion designer Oyinda Akinfenwa, 22, has come up with the coolest concept – a many-in-one style of dresses that can be worn anywhere.

Some of Oyinda’s dresses can be styled in 11 different ways, making them the perfect staple to wear to many different occasions.

Although you can sometimes pick up multiway dresses on the high street, Oyinda’s options are much more varied.

Oyinda, who is self-taught, has opened her own clothing line – Janore – to offer her creations to the public.

She initially had the idea when she realised that not everyone is fond of wearing tight dresses.

So Oyinda began experimenting with extra material to figure out how she could use them to cover up certain areas.

What she ended up with was a multitude of ways that each item could be styled.


And now, Oyinda has a small business that ships the gorgeous dresses worldwide, with starting prices of $40 (£29.97).



‘The dresses are always very calculated because even one mistake can ruin the whole outfit,’ Oyinda tells ‘So it takes a lot of calculations for a dress to actually work perfectly, and be styled in several ways.’

One might expect that with all the variations come great difficulty in styling.

However, Oyinda assures that each item has minimal fabric so people don’t get too confused.

‘For some dresses, there are extra materials but there are some that I make sure that you don’t have to add an extra sleeve or fabrics so it’s not too difficult to understand and style.’

She added: ‘Starting this business wasn’t planned, but I tried a dress and I felt what if I can actually style it in a different way? I tried it and it worked so I posted it and people thought it was cool, then I kept trying and it became my thing.

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