Tem’s Wardrobe Sale: Singer to Sell Fashion Items From Her Closet, Donating Profit to Charity
- Popular Nigerian singer, Tems, recently took to her social media page to announce a wardrobe sale
- In the post shared on her Instagram page, the internationally recognized singer revealed all profits will go to charity
- A while ago, the talented singer/songwriter featured on the cover of Dazed Magazine‘s Winter 2022 issue
Tems has proven that she is on top of her game when it comes to music, fashion, and – as seen in the latest post – charity as well.
The international music star recently took to her Instagram page to announce a wardrobe sale.
Details shared on the flier reveal that it will be taking place on Wednesday, December 21, in Lagos.
The sale will see the singer's items such as her favourite boots, sunglasses, and outfits she has performed in, going for low prices.
People who sign up will get to meet the singer and part with little money for items from Tems' closet!
Also noteworthy is the fact that the singer plans to donate all profit from the sale to charity projects under the Women At Risk International Foundation (WARIF).
“This is where I’m going to be tomorrow!! It’s giving shoes, bags, glasses, and loads brand new pieces as well! Register as soon as yesterday Link in the bio.”
Tems is fashionable
If there is something sheknows how to do asides from putting out good music, it is certainly her ability to blend sexiness and elegance effortlessly.
The talented singer/songwriter became the latest to grace the cover of Dazed Magazine as reported by Legit.ng, and she did so in style.
From fur coats to pixie fringed looks, Tems' beauty was elegantly draped by stylist and editor-in-chief of the magazine Ib Kamara.
Check out the post below:
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The young man's photos started conversations on Twitter on how people should conduct themselves when on humanitarian services.
While some people said he should not have been photographed, others argued there was nothing wrong with it.