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Neomi Ng'ang'a's fashion has been on point this 2018 and here are some of her best looks so far (Photos)

Neomi Ng'ang'a did not come to play this 2018.

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The curvaceous fashion designer has been slaying for most part of this year - not that she never has - and we definitely took notice.

Here are some of her best looks so far.

1. We love the matching suit combination. Instead of a long sleeved coat she opted for a sleeveless number.

2. She channeled her girly side with this cute dress.

3. Classic and elegant at the Moet and Chandon luncheon

4. She showed a little leg  in this cute red number.

5.This figure hugging orange and white dress was stunning and perfect for her when she wore it during the Royal wedding viewing at Windsor Golf and Country Club.

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