5 Times Shanice Allen Gave us Closet Envy

5 Times is our weekly Friday series where we go deep into the wardrobes (or Instagram accounts)  of some of the most stylish people both locally and internationally. We select our features based on request and of course who is trending on Instagram.

Today, we will be going into the closet of Shanice Allen more popularly known as Shanzi.A on Instagram and has amassed a following of over 300,000. Shanzi.A is a past student of the St. Andrews High School in Kingston (Jamaica) and a Marketing Student at the University of the West Indies, Mona. Shanzi is the quintessential Fashion Queen and has copped Female Fashion Icon at the Youth View Awards earlier this year and has made several appearances on local T.V.

Here are 5 Times Shanice Allen Gave us  Closet Envy.

Trendy in White
This seemingly simple outfit featured a white tube top with matching flowing skirt (with train ) and a gold choker from her Accessory Company DamnImGlammed!

This look features a fitted gold and ivory jumpsuit, 3 strap heels and a signature gold necklace. We loved how fanciful the sleeves are and the way the bring the outfit to life.

Olive Green Duster
Shanzi is known for her duster coats and the way she pairs the with simple outfits to make them sophisticated.This outfit feature a black pants with lace-up details at the side and a laced crop top with matching velvet olive heels.

Lady In Red
Red is a bold color and Shanzi wears it well! The wide leg pants and long jacket are trending for 2017 and she paired it with a chain gold bralette for that peekaboo effect!

Slaying In CB
The minute we saw this photo trending on the gram' we immediately had a flashback to the House of CB "Dakota"  Gold Ribbon -Stitched Fringe Dress ( Limited) this dress was the perfect selection for receiving the Female Fashion Icon of the Youth View Awards 2017 

Photo Credits

Shanice's Accessory Business on Instagram


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