When DJ Armani saw me in a Woodin he said I looked like Alan Kyeremanteng, the former Trades Minister in the Kufuor administration and a contender for the NPP’S Presidential candidate slot over the past few years.
Alan Cash, as he’s called, is fond of wearing African prints. He’s rarely in anything else and they look good on him too. I felt honoured when he said it. In fact, I felt distinguished.
The Fusion ready-to-wear collection from Woodin has been made with virtual every occasion in mind – casuals, parties, church, office wear, even for the beach. I haven’t said there is Fusion swim wear. But come to think of it, that won’t be a bad idea would it?
I have had some not too pleasant experiences with Ghanaian tailors who do not stick to timelines and often sew clothes like they didn’t take my measurement. But just as I walk into a shop and pick a shirt based on my size, Fusion offers the same sort of convenience added to a well tailored apparel in great African prints.
So do I like Fusion from Woodin? What do you think?
If you can’t find the punch in this, visit a Woodin shop and you will be hit with a Fusion punch.
Blogged by: Kwame Gyan (Jornalist and Blogger)