Can your queens ever?? We absolutely love these classic images of the 2020 Miss Malaika Queens.

We found our Women Crush Wednesday quite easy this morning when we woke up to these adorably cute and alluring images of the 2020 Miss Malaika Ghana queens.

Jasmine Djang, Olga Karen and Franklina Shalom who were the top 3 ladies at this year’s Miss Malaika pageant woke us up with a classic look.

The trio via the Miss Malaika platform shared images symbolic of sisterhood, fun, happiness and class as they rocked classic white shirts over denim jeans. And trust the internet and comment section to be filled with praise-worthy remarks because these is the content they signed up for.

Miss Malaika wrote: “Let’s wake up to some morning sweetness 😍😍🥰🥰.Our 2020 QUEENS!
@djangjasmine @olga_karyeen @franklinashalom.”

Shot by resident pageant photographer, @chocolate_shot_it, the studio shots of the three ladies who are currently in Dubai as part of their price package has gone viral.

Hair was done by @kukshair with makeup exquisitely done by @braines.beauty_. You can check out the photos we are raving about below:

@djangjasmine@olga_karyeen@franklinashalom

Makeup: @braines.beauty_
Hair: @kukshair
Photography: @chocolate_shot_it
#MALAIKA2020

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