The second lady, Samira Bawumia, was surely in her element at the just-ended 6th March parade.
Just like any other national event, the gracious Samira Bawumia never ceases to dazzle Ghanaians and also add more colour to the cameras.
Let us take a closer look at what the second lady wore to the 6th March Parade.
It was a decent but highly fashionable dress laced with well-stitched attachments of bead ornaments.
The scarf Samira Bawumia also wore was mildly simple but highly elegant and classy. To be clear, Samira Bawumia stole the show with her spectacular appearance and there is just no doubt in that.
But this carefully stitched attire, which often symbolizes grace, feminine independence, and power, also raises questions about how much of a price these dresses actually cost.
Some Ghanaians also feel the second lady could be breaking the rules of fashion thus "overdressing" at such crucial national events as the 6th March parade.
But most of us would not be surprised about the dress code of Samira Bawumia especially when you have her personal designer being one of the hottest in the fashion industry today.
Velma Owusu Bempah, UK-trained millinery and clutch designer is one of the country’s best and probably the one making most of the fashion choice for Samira Bawumia.
But do you think the second lady must tone down on her fashion style? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below:
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