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Charlie Dior predicts Samira Bawumia’s victory in Global first and second ladies fashion face-off

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Mrs. Samira Bawumia, Ghana’s Second Lady, is recognized for her extraordinary and exquisite sense of style, and this claim has been reaffirmed after prominent fashion critic Charlie Dior came across one of her photos on social media.

Samira Bawumia’s attire for the 6th March Independence Day march piqued Charlie Dior’s interest, and he revealed his secret adoration for her fashion skills.

The Second Lady donned a magenta-purple kente costume with a headwrap and handbag. She paired the ensemble with diamond earrings and bracelets.

This specific appearance drew attention on Twitter during the Independence Day parade.

Charlie Dior, while doing a full examination of the dress, praised the second lady for being constant with her glam whenever she made

He praised Samira Bawumia’s dress taste above that of all other ‘first and second women’ throughout the world.

“The Second Lady, Samira Bawumia, appeared on our timeline wearing this stunning outfit. This is how you portray your culture. This is how you represent your region and the whole country. The Second Lady’s style is unmistakable.

“She says she can dress and execute her national duty. “We need a fashion face-off between the world’s first and second ladies, and Samira will win hands down,” he said on his YouTube program.

Dior also praised Mrs. Bawumia for effortlessly expressing humility while being gorgeous.

“I’m not sure how she does it, but she’s able to cover up while being incredibly sexy. That is talent; that is a skill. The headwrap, the form and length of the dress, the material, the silhouette—everything is simply exquisite. “She killed the dress!” he said.

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