Fashion on a Budget: Man Shows How He Achieved Sleek Dinner Date Look with Only N5700

Fashion on a Budget: Man Shows How He Achieved Sleek Dinner Date Look with Only N5700

  • A fashion content creator, Vincent Ebuka, has left social media users buzzing with reactions over his latest video
  • In the now-trending clip, the style enthusiast showed how he achieved a suave dinner date look with under N6,000
  • The video sees him shopping for a blazer and a shirt, among other items, at a thrift clothing market

Looking good doesn't necessarily require breaking the bank, and this is something Vincent Ebuka is letting people know.

The fashion content creator has been making videos showing people how to look good on a budget, and they are indeed impressive!

Photos of Vincent Ebuka.
He spent under N6,000 to achieve a sleek look. Credit: @litosman001
Source: Instagram

He recently gave the gents an interesting new update about pulling off sleek and dapper looks with little money.

In the video posted, he showed how he was able to achieve a dinner date look with only N5700.

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Ebuka shared clips from his time in a thrift clothes market where he bought a plaid blazer for N2500, a pair of black cotton pants for N1500, a tie for N500 and a button-down shirt for N 1200.

This brings the total spend to N5700.

Check out the video below:

Social media users react to Ebuka's video


"Dinner outfit no cost na u Dey find designers."


"Shey na when okirika Abi thrift people see this video come Dey feel among Dey increase price you go rest."


"Na mumu Dey go boutique."


"Unilag students don sabi this one since 1920. Yaba to the rescue."


"Normally everything na packaging,na you wan buy original."


"I have been telling the junior staff about okrika but no dey hear word .. see man na."

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"na to go okirika like this oo."

Vincent Ebuka speaks on styling on a budget

The fashion enthusiast spoke with about the reason for creating such content when most people would rather be associated with luxury brands.

Ebuka explains that although he is big on branded designs, especially African brands, people have the misconception that one has to rob a bank to look good, as fashion is mostly attached to luxury.

"So the whole idea is to change that narrative. Thrift clothes too can still make you look really good, and most times this thrift are usually old designs of designers but are not just new or out of fashion."

He explained that his content is for people who love fashion and cannot afford luxury branded clothes, as they embrace fashion from a different perspective, thrift.

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In a bid to prove to his daughter that her hotpants were too short, he got himself into a pair of shorts as well.

In the video, which has since gone viral, he is seen walking into her bedroom in the shorts, much to her amusement. She throws on a pair, and they can be seen comparing the lengths of their shorts.


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