- A foreign fashion store has caught the attention of Nigerians on social media
- Many reacted to the price tag of a peg-inspired earring selling for almost N170k
- Social media users were quick to note that they will rather use the money for something else
Nigerians are known to have a great sense of fashion and sometimes this also means they are willing to splash thousands or millions of naira on accessories that really appeal to them.
However, popular fashion brand Ambush appears to have scored low on the ranking of Nigerians following one of their fashion accessory which was put on display by fashion retail brand, Farfetch.
The accessory described as a Nobo clip earring on the fashion store’s website sells for a whopping sum of $440 which is almost N170k.
"This green Nobo clip earring from AMBUSH features a spring-closed design, a peg shape and an engraved logo. This is a single earring," the description for the pricey accessory read on the shopping website.
Nigerians who reacted could not help the fact that the said accessory is almost an exact replica to what a lot of homes use whenever they want to line their laundry.
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Many who reacted strongly condemned the accessory and noted that they would rather use the money for something else.
Read what people had to say below:
ayomidejudith: "Welp the price is too far-fetched for me."
amaka_ph: "Am I mad? Don't I know how much I plot of land is at Igbo Etche, mtcheew."
okohjay: "This clip na 650 for pack, na 12 dey inside. Just come mama Ebuka shop she go run am for you."
thelma_x_o_x: "Why are you people complaining Africans will still buy it as long as it makes them feel amongst the WESTERN WORLD."
bluebell_skincare: "I should use my own 200k to compress my ear? I won’t even buy it for 20 naira."
middlemacp: "Eskis sah don’t take offence. You mean peg? Chai oyinbo capitalism won’t kill us."
The music star was seen putting on a Louis Vuitton jacket worth about N2.3 million in videos that surfaced on social media.
Many could not help but comment on the style sense of the music icon.