Cameroonian model cum actress, Nora Ndem looks a million box in her new pictures celebrating the coming of the month of October!
The dark skin beauty has hit the tabloids with an appearance in the award nominated movie, ‘Merry Men,’ but now, Nora is making headlines again for channelling her inner Zendaya in a custom Stanlion Clothing multi coloured suit as she kisses goodbye to September!
Nora is looking her finest in a striking multicolored suit at the Mission Ball Charity event to raise funds for the provision of bore holes in Cameroon and other parts of Africa. The event was organized by Cameroonian philanthropist, Rich Akwo in Maryland, USA on September 28.
The actress teams up with Cameroonian fashion brand, Stanlion Clothing to wear what is officially her most statement-making look to date. Even though she’s rocked a handful of seriously copy-worthy outfits as of late, this green and purple suit takes the shine. Not only is it a shocking cold-weather uniform, but it’s also the ultimate lesson in monochrome dressing made easy (and fun).
Nora‘s citrusy two-piece look consisted of a fitted, one-button blazer and fitted pencil trousers, which she accessorized with a pair of large dark shades, black pumps, a vibrant orange office bag, silver coloured earrings and a sexy wine red lipstick by Cameroonian beauty brand Skylarglam Cosmetics. Each piece spoke loudly and when put together, it was certainly an irreplaceable fashion statement which made a serious splash!
Nora attended the charity event as an honoree VIP guest amongst other game changers within the American community.
“I embody and represent Cameroon and it gives me utmost joy,” she says. “My message this October is embrace the challenges in your journey and let them light the way because they are clues to your success.” she adds.
Although you really don’t have to coordinate pieces rendered in the exact shade, it does make the look more streamlined — just take Nora’s as a case study. If you do choose to wear two different shades on a pair of suit, make sure the color distinction is very obvious.
It wouldn’t hurt to try some pop of colour every once in a while.