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Over 25 YouTube channel members stun in Kitenge outfits (Photos)

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The group comprises of four ladies, Michelle, Ivy, Lornzie and Jules who talk about different topics, spanning from dating and relationships to everyday life scenarios on their YouTube channel.

Over the weekend, the ladies, Jules excluded were attending Michelle's partner, Shiv and his childhood friend, blogger Jay's, conjoined birthday party. Judging from the photos, the party's dress code was a touch of Ankara and the Over 25 ladies did not disappoint.

1. Ivy, Lornzie and Michelle looking stunning in outfits by Looks like Avido, an African print clothing line by David Avido.

2. Michelle and her partner Shiv.

3. Michelle was wearing Kitenge shorts with a matching duster.

4. Ivy went for high waist pants and bralette paired with thigh-high boots and an Ankara coat.

5. Lornzie was pretty in a thigh-high slit maxi skirt and off-shoulder top co-ord set.

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