Saturday 4 July, 2020

Watch: Short-notice Emancipation Day style on a budget

Make a statement: Owner of Dé-Colle-Té, Natalie Howe, shows the versatility of her five-strand necklace.

Make a statement: Owner of Dé-Colle-Té, Natalie Howe, shows the versatility of her five-strand necklace.

Many choose to observe Emancipation Day by adorning themselves with bright colours and prints, distinctive of the style passed down by our African ancestors.

For this Emancipation Day holiday, what’s your style?

If you don’t have an elaborate outfit planned, have no fear because Loop has you covered.

Natalie Howe of Dé-Colle-Té shows us how to class up a simple outfit by accessorising with gorgeous statement pieces that can be used for any occasion.

 

 

Her stunning collection of Afrocentric accessories range from earrings to belts – all at an affordable price. Her cheapest items, earrings, cost just $20. Her more elaborate pieces like her five-strand necklaces cost $180.

Natalie, whose business is just 10 months old says her goal is to empower women to always hold their heads up.

Check Natalie out on Facebook and catch her at the Emancipation Village at the Queen's Park Savannah!

 

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