Cameroonian Fashion Brand Pafe Style

Thanks to Pafe Style, Syndy Emade’s flamboyant outfit has got us affirming her position in the film industry. Boss! Yes, that’s the shortest and most apt definition of this look and where the mother of one is taking her brand to.  Namely, a bright statement blazer, a statement fedora hat, tailored black trousers and a well knotted black tie. It doesn’t get more commanding than this. Respect the hustle. You may not like the player but you got to love the game.

Cameroonian Actress Syndy Emade Styled By Pafe Style

It’s only the first two days of October and we’ve seen a bevvy of influencers sashayed around social media wearing vibrant pantsuit. Syndy’s head-turning suit has totally encouraged us to embrace our inner superpower.

Here are a few styling tips to take from Syndy Emade’s style for your own season of snazzy suiting.

By all means, let the blazer take centre stage and do all the talking. Uniquely, the beauty of a statement two-piece is that it does all the hard work of styling for you. Like Syndy, keep jewellery to the bare minimum. The yellow and black stripe blazer styled with a classic white shirt, black long tie and tailored trouser are sufficiently packed with enough punch. Pafe Style has every detail perfectly figured out. In detail, the sharp silhouette helps to frame her figure with a highlight on the shoulders and nib in the waistline.

Cameroonian Fashion Brand Pafe Style
A classic white shirt
Cameroonian Fashion Brand Pafe Style
Yellow and black striped blazer for women
Cameroonian Fashion Brand Pafe Style
Black fedora hat and black court shoes for women

What’s there not to love about this outfit? Every item can work as a cheerful separate as well as a combination. If you are reading from a colder part of the world, you already know a suit helps avoids the problem of how to keep warm. On the whole, we love the clean and carefully orchestrated look and how the Ozzy Osbourne’s round glasses take us back to the ’70s.

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