Public figures are usually expected to present themselves in a way that would stimulate respect from people they meet and interact with.
More often than not, they are invited to events, and with the cameras constantly focused on them, a wardrobe malfunction may be their worst nightmare.
Ghana’s second lady, Samira Bawumia, was the talk of town in recent times as a result of her outfit for the Ghana@61 celebrations.
On other occasions, she has met, if not surpassed the expectations of the fashion connoisseurs of our time.
YEN.com.gh brings to you 5 photos of Ghana’s second lady that shook the very foundations of the world of fashion.
In this photo, the Second Lady, Samira Bawumia, appears to be at a formal ceremony. She wore a headscarf and a coat, held two flags and had a faraway look in her eyes,
And then there is the lovely outfit she wore as Ghana celebrated its 61st Independence Day celebrations.
In yet another photo, she looked lovely in a blue dress which was combined with a predominantly mauve-coloured headscarf.
Wearing a yellow dress together with a black and white scarf, Ghana's Second Lady once again at the centre of attention.
And in this photo, she opted for a lovely African wear and a predominantly pink headscarf
Samira Bawumia, has without doubt, proven to Ghanaians that it takes a little effort to look lovely.
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