🤩Photos of what we havehow to care for it!🤩


Welcome to Bella’s Ladies Collection‘s blog! Today we are going to share some of the different products we offer here at our store! We have plenty of pictures all spread out through this blog so you can SEE what we have for your whole family! We will also go over how to clean and care for the clothes! Everything in our store is imported from the United States of America and Turkey! Check out our table of contents below to see everything we have! You can look at the actual sections for the details like price! 

Table of Contents:

  • Ladies Suits
  • Dresses
  • Trousers
  • Tops
  • Fabric (Kitenge)
  • Shoes
  • Bags/Clutches


Pictured below are some of our ladies’ suits. We offer women and girls suits, they are imported from USA and Turkey. The prices typically range from 350k – 900k. Stop in the store today to unleash your inner boss!


We offer women and girls dresses that are imported from Italy, Turkey, and the USA. The prices range from 180k – 750k! We have many different styles and sizes! Your family can match or each pick out their own favor dress!


Our women’s and girls trousers are imported from Italy and Turkey. The prices range from 150k – 200k! We only offer the best here and we are sure you will find your new favorite pair of pants here!


We offer girls and womens tops imported from Turkey and the USA. The prices usually range from 70k – 150k!

Fabrics (Kitenge):

Our fabrics are hang picked from West Africa. They are available in both plain and metallic. It is 25k per yard for plain and 45k per yard for metallic fabric. You can see some of the different beautiful fabrics we have to offer here! Again, you can buy them by the yard and do as you wish with it! 

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Pictures below are some of the gorgeous shoes we have available. We have girls and women’s shoes imported from the USA. The prices start at 200k. We have many different sizes so we are sure to find a shoe for someone here!


Our bags and clutches are imported from Italy, Turkey, and the USA. You can see some of them pictured below, we have many different colors, sizes, and styles! 

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Now that we have shown you all of the different options we offer here, we are going to share some clothing tips as well to help you keep up the care on them! 

How to care for your clothes:

With women’s suits or Kitenge fabric you don’t want to over wash them. It will start to stretch the fabric and it will eventually wear and tear it down. 

  • Your clothes need to be able to breathe so using a round, wooden hanger is going to allow that to happen. 
  • Use a clothing brush to help with wrinkles and to open the fibers back up to let it breathe and let go of the all day stenches. 
  • Buy a small, at home steamer for your fancy clothes. This will make sure you look the best in the room. It takes care of the wrinkles, and gives your clothes a good refresher. 
  • DON’T TAKE YOUR CLOTHES TO THE DRY CLEANERS EVERYTIME YOU WEAR THEM. The chemicals they use will damage your clothes over time. Use caution when wearing your clothes and they will last much longer. 
  • Don’t let your clothes or any fabric sit while wet. It needs to hang up so it can dry thoroughly. This will not only help the smell but it will also help with any wrinkles. 
  • The above rule goes for shoes as well. If they get wet you want to put them in the dryer, in front of a fan, or in the sun to dry as quickly as possible. 


Thank you for reading our blog! Today we went over what we carry in our store and how to care for it and clean it! We also shared a lot of photos of our inventory!  Our WhatsApp number is listed below! Text us on Whatsapp if you have any questions or come into the store!

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👙Bra Guide👙


Hello, and welcome back to Bella’s Collection’s Blog! Today we are going to be talking about your bras! Check out the table of contents below to see everything we will talk about! We don’t have any pictures to share with you but we do carry bra’s in the store and they are frequently imported from the United States!

Table of contents:

Different types of bras:

  • Typical Bra: Typically made of cotton, but can be velvet, silk, lace and more this bra doesn’t have any padding in it.
  • Push up bra: Women’s push-up bras, also known as the lift-up bras, do exactly as their name suggests – they gently push your breasts upwards and move them close together to give you sexy cleavage. They are padded on the under-side of the cups with either silicone gel or foam to lift up the breast tissue, and come in 3 different levels of push up – gentle, moderate and explosive!
  • Padded Bras: This is one style every woman should own! The padded cups of the bra prevent nipple show under T-shirts and fitted outfits.
  • Convertible Bra: One-strap, two-straps, strapless or cross-back – the convertible bra has a wealth of styles to pick from and is hence also known as the multi-way bra. It comes with detachable straps that can be re-arranged in multiple ways by hooking them onto different slots at the front or the back. Now you can have one bra for a wide variety of outfits!
  • Strapless Bra: Yes, a women’s strapless bra, as the name suggests, is a bra without straps; and no, it won’t fall off. Perfect for shoulder-baring outfits, the two cups of the strapless bra are held in place by a strong, wired under band. Since all the support comes from this band, it is important to wear the right fit – if it’s too tight, you’ll be uncomfortable and if it’s loose it’ll keep slipping off!

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  • Brallete: A strappy bralette is a no-fuss bra! Usually unlined, unpadded and wire-free, bralettes can be styled as both underwear and outerwear. Though essentially considered to be a bra, they are designed with minimal construction and can be slipped on easily.
  • Sports bras: Sturdier than everyday bras, women’s sports bras are designed to provide support to the breasts during workouts. Engineered to prevent bounce and hold the bust firm during strenuous movement, they are a must-have for every woman during exercising. There are many types of sports bras, including the padded sports bras, compression or encapsulation sports bras, pull-over or back-clasp sports bras, etc.

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How to size a bra/the way it fits:

  1. Step one is to measure your band: Pull the tape measure around your chest, just below your underarms. You want the tape measure to be firm against your body, but not squeezing you. This measurement is your band size. If you get an odd number, round up.

2. Step two is to measure your bust. Now measure loosely around the fullest part of your bustline.

3. The third and final step is figuring out your cup size. Your band measurement subtracted from your bust measurement will give you your cup size. Just find the right number on this bra size chart.

1″= A5″= DD 9″= I
2″= B6″= DDD & F10″= J
3″= C7″= G11″= K
4″= D8″= H 

Bra Facts:

  • Bras typically only last between 6-9 months long. 
  • You bra should be washed at least once a month.
  • If you don’t like bras, don’t wear one. Society says most girls should wear a bra, but the truth is there are no true benefits to them other than giving them the “perky shape.”
  • Make sure you are wearing the right sized bra, depending on the size it can cause actual damage to your body, and more specifically your spine.


Thank you for reading our blog today! Hopefully we were able to help you on your new bra adventure! If you would like more help stop in the store today! The girls can measure you if you need us to and we carry many sizes! Check out our Facebook, the link is below, we share on there daily and keep you updated on our new hauls!

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💁🏿Matching Outfits💁🏿


Welcome to Bella’s Collections blog! Today we are going to go over different tips to match your clothes in the morning! Check out the table of contents below to see all of the different styles we cover! We will also have photos through-out the blog! Stop into the store today so we can help you pick out the perfect outfit for your upcoming event or interview! 

Table of contents:

  • Colors that shouldn’t be mixed
  • Kitenge Fabric
  • Ladies Suits
  • Dresses
  • Conclusion
  • Bonus

Colors that shouldn’t be combined:

  • Brown and black
  • Gray and Brown
  • Blue and black
  • Red and Green
  • Green and pink
  • Green and orange
  • Purple and Yellow
  • Red and Orange

Colors that do go together:

  • Green and Yellow
  • Pale Blue and Pink. (Nothing says spring more than pastels)
  • Red and Blue
  • Cobalt Blue and Turquoise
  • Orange and Blue
  • Tan and Maroon
  • Orange and Black
  • Pink and Grey

Kitenge Fabric:

We sell different outfits as well as by the yard! If you make an outfit out of the same fabric, it will already match! If you want to mix fabrics, your safest bet is to use a solid color and a design.

Our fabrics are hang picked from West Africa. They are available in both plain and metallic. It is 25k per yard for plain and 45k per yard for metallic fabric.

Click here to read all about kitenge fabric!

Ladies Suits:

We offer women and girls suits, they are imported from USA and Turkey. The prices range from 350k – 900k

Our women’s and girls trousers are imported from Italy and Turkey. The prices range from 150k – 200k


One of the biggest fashion mistakes that women make is pairing suit separates in colors that are too close, such as a dark navy jacket and black pants, a white blazer and ivory pants, or a brown jacket and a skirt in a different shade of brown. Pairing those combinations will likely make it seem like you were trying to match but just didn’t quite get it right.

Instead, opt for colors that are completely different. A red jacket and a pair of navy pants will look great together, and so will a royal purple jacket and an ivory-colored skirt. Pro tip: Think back to the color wheel you learned in elementary school and try to pair contrasting colors.


The easiest way to mix and match your suits is to pair patterns and neutrals. Have a floral pencil skirt? Pair it with one of your neutral suit jackets. Red pants? Wear them with a pinstripe blazer. It’s hard to go wrong with this strategy because the combinations that you put together will immediately feel new and fresh, and you won’t run the risk of putting together two items that don’t quite match, but look like they were supposed to.

Start by pulling a color from the print you’re starting with—such as the pink from a floral printed jacket—and find a solid-colored piece in that color to match with it. Another tip: Black and white prints, particularly black and white stripes, go with everything. Leopard is another great neutral print that will match practically any other solid color you pair it with.


Make sure the textures of your suiting separates have different enough textures, or you’ll look like you’re trying to match two separates that don’t go together instead of wearing two distinct separates. Pair a velvet blazer with wool pants or a tweed jacket with a thick ponte skirt so you don’t make this mistake. Another trick: Stock up on suiting separates that are the same material so you can easily mix and match different-colored separates.

Take another look at the suits in your closet: You’ll have a lot more outfits available to you when you start mixing and matching them. Create combinations that highlight contrasting textures, colors, or prints, and let your personality shine through the combinations you try.