Nollywood actress turned producer, Rita Dominic is one of our most treasured style icons, with a history in fashion that may’ve started with nothing-to-write-home-about ensembles but now continues with daring style decision that see her as one of the most well-dressed Nigerian actresses out there.
Her ‘fro hair-do has become her signature look and she can be seen rocking it in many different ways, always owning it in a way that tends to compliment her toned body – and over the years and her love for sophisticated glam can’t hide under her adventurous outfit choices.
From berry, white to burgundy, all shades of blue, black and bejeweling, you can’t help but agree that Rita’s style – red carpet and on-street – just rocks, not matter what shade she steps out in. So, let’s take a look at how it all started…
Her promo shots screamed “going for a song” but it was only a matter of time before Rita stepped up her game and started dressing like a star.
Something still wasn’t right, but by the time Rita released her next set of promo shots, things had changed…
The media and her fans started seeing Rita as a sex symbol which seemed to boost her confidence. She became more bold with her fashion and from that moment on, her style changed remarkably.
- By 2013, Rita had become the star with style to look forward to. Seen here at the premiere of the first movie she worked on as a producer, Rita arrived at the event in grand style, wearing sequins from head to dress, and hiding her ‘fro in a new trend she fell in love with after her FAB Magazine cover shoot (seen below).
And since then, Rita has brought her A game to all the red carpets she’s graced.
So, as you can see, Rita’s style is effortlessly chic, classy yet simple and always manages to turn heads – even if it didn’t start out that way.
For more on Rita’s style, follow her instagram page @RitaDominic and stay locked on SpiceTV (DSTV channel 192) to watch her tell SPICE all about her red carpet choices… We know you’ll be as interested as we are.
Image source: Kola Oshalusi for Isignia Media, Annuel Photography, @RitaDominic.