Young Nigerian ladies are fashion savvy, they love the latest wears, shoes, hair style in vogue. Most of these young girls in Nigeria consciously and unconsciously wear the wrong dress code all in the name of fashion or to look good just to please the opposite $ex.
The funny aspect is that they mimmick famous female world celebrities who on their part are paid for what they do or better still, are promoting a particular fashion brand. Most Nigerian young girls have gone as far as dressing almost niude in the society loosing that sense of decency and conforming to vice calling it good since it is pleasing to the eye of the beholder.
Below are top 5 things Naija Xpose term as “demonic” that young girls in Nigeria put on all in the name of fashion
1. Bum shorts
Most young girls in Nigeria are guilty of this. You see them walk the streets of Nigeria on bum shorts, exposing almost all their bodies. What a generation!!! and we wonder who even started this demonic trend in a country like Nigeria
2. Choker necklace
In the 19th century, wearing a plain, thin, red or black ribbon choker meant you were a prostitute. A plain black woven choker signified lesbianism. This resurfaced fashion trend is demonic expression driven from the pit of hell according to pastors and parents. You will even hear them refer to eat as dog collar.
3. Crop Tops
There exist a thick line between beautiful and beautiful nonsense. Putting on decent clothes is beautiful but putting on half clothing is beautiful nonsense.
4. Crazy Jeans
The funny thing about this confused fashion item is even in its name “crazy jeans” which of course should resemble the person wearing it. Have we evolved to a point where rags are considered clothing? or maybe we are nostalgic of the times when the first humans; Adam and Eve roamed the garden of Eden without clothes and were anxiously wanting to relive that naked feeling.
We know most young and grown ladies will argue about this, but the Holy book i.e the Bible made it clear in the book of Deuteronomy which says “A woman shall not wear anything that pertains to a man, nor shall a man put on a woman’s garment, for all who do so are an abomination to the Lord your God.”