Nigerian bloggers for breast cancer

Hey guys!

It’s October and its breast cancer awareness month.

My friend, Winifred Atusue and I decided Nigerian fashion bloggers needed to come together to use their creative spaces to create awareness for breast cancer. Yes, we are all about glitz and glamour but we also want to show the world that we care as well. To this end, we decided to have a campaign that incorporated being ourselves by dressing up nicely as well as spreading word on breast cancer as it concerns the world.

Our outfits were pretty simple; we got white t-shirts with personal quotes about breast cancer printed on them and styled them differently.

I am really grateful to the bloggers from Abuja, Lagos, Ibadan and Port Harcourt who participated in this campaign. I have a new found respect for them, for realizing the importance of this cause and taking out time to participate in same. It wasn’t really easy bringing people together initially as we are all so diverse, to be sincere I almost gave up but look who didn’t??? *lol*

Special thanks to everyone who was a part of this campaign in every other way particularly Winifred the Project Manager for ensuring it came to fruition.

By the way guys, make sure you visit everyone’s blog, I will leave links below. They are amazing fashion and lifestyle bloggers

Nigerian bloggers for breast cancer

Nigerian bloggers for breast cancer

What is breast Cancer?

Breast cancer is an uncontrolled growth of breast cells; these cells usually form a tumor and can be felt as a lump. One in every eight women develop breast cancer, which is why the importance of self examination cannot be overemphasized.


  • A lump in the breast
  • Bloody nipple discharge
  • Breast pain or sore nipples
  • Inverted nipple
  • A change in the size or shape of the breast or nipples

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Treatments depend on the type and stage of the cancer and may involve surgery, radiation, and/or chemotherapy. Please feel free to contact a specialised Medical Practitioner for detailed information on available treatments.


  • Detect it early by checking yourself regularly and/or going for regular screening
  • Eat the right foods, vegetables and fruits
  • Be physically active
  • Keep your weight in check
  • Breast feed, where possible * I guess it’s time to get married and have kids Lmao!*

Nigerian bloggers for breast cancer

Ifeoma of
Wumi of
Lade of
Nonye of

Sarah of
Oluchi of
Larisa of

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Kachi of
Bella of

Nigerian bloggers for breast cancer

Nigerian bloggers for breast cancer

Leye of 

For survivors of breast cancer; eating right, exercising, maintaining a healthy diet and being vigilant about screening can help prevent a recurrence.

Lastly, do not forget that God loves you and we love you too.

I have decided to go get checked and perform regular self examinations on myself, I hope you do too.

Dear males, you are also involved in the fight against breast cancer so do well to spread the word and encourage regular screening among your mothers, sisters, aunties, school mates, colleagues, girlfriends, wives and other female relatives and acquaintance.


Make sure to see what the others had to say about breast cancer and outfit details by checking out their blogs

Also pictures from a few bloggers from Port Harcourt and Abuja would be added soon, so do check back.

Thank you so much for visiting



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  1. 31 October 2017 / 22:09

    This is a very lovely post and it touched me cos I’ve lost someone to cancer before. Would love to be a part of any awareness in the future. Very inspiring post!!!

    • Larisa
      1 November 2017 / 00:10

      Thank you so much and I am really really sorry about your loss. It is well , No problem love will definitely let you know because we need alot of bloggers to spread awareness about the important issues in our society.
      Thanks for visiting

  2. 1 November 2017 / 01:13

    I absolutely love this campaign cos its bringing Nigerian bloggers together while creating awareness for a very real and important issue. I am definitely happy that you thought of this initiative and was able to go through with it. This awareness is something that needs to be done more often. Great post babe!

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    • Larisa
      1 November 2017 / 18:58

      Thank you babe!!! We definitely need to do this more often

  3. Grace
    8 November 2017 / 05:01

    I am so proud of you for doing this

    • Larisa
      10 November 2017 / 23:56

      Thank you love 🙂

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