How Size 8’s style has changed from her secular days to now (Photos)
Hasn't she come a long way?
She then went on to release bangers such as ‘Vidonge’ and ‘Moto’ which cemented her position in the entertainment industry.
At the peak of her secular career, Size 8 kicked the devil to the curb and released her debut Gospel song ‘Mateke’ which paved way for other hits like ‘Afadhali Yesu’ and ‘Yuko na Wewe’.
But switching to Gospel was not the only major change in Size 8’s life as since then, we have seen her style evolve and we are seeing a nod towards sophistication in her recent looks.
Size 8 dumped her signature red weaves and gold and black bob for toned down breezy waves and sartorial elegance.
Here is a brief look at how Size 8’s style has evolved over the years:
When she broke into the scene Size 8’s style was marked with red hair and sometimes tiny, tiny dresses. A style that we continued to see throughout her secular career.
During her peak, short dresses and high-heels were a staple in the singer’s wadrobe.
After getting saved and getting married to DJ Mo her style remained bold and loud minus the short dresses.
Her pregnancy style involved figure-hugging dresses before she switched up to flow-y dresses as she edged closer to her due date.
After the birth of Ladasha Belle and snapping back into shape, Size 8 got in touch with her inner fashionista and we started seeing a nod towards elegance in her hair and her sleek, chic dresses.
Size 8’s current look is her best as she embraces a full face beat, long Brazilian wigs, tailored looks and trendy fashion items.
Her current style is attributed to her stylists at ‘Fashion Avenue’ who make sure she is dressed to the nines.
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