#CelebrityFashion: How your favorite Ghanaian stars were looking this week

A great week it’s been by all standards if you asked any of us.

Shatta Wale gave StoneBwoy a kiss on the cheek, your crush probably DM’d you, EL is looking like a tall glass of chocolate, MzVee is also back serving us natural girl slay, Jackie Appiah repping designer brands like always and the list goes on.

Ghanaian celebrities were living their best lives this week and they didn’t hesitate to share their good times with fans on the “Gram”.

So in no particular order, here are the list of the most stylish Ghanaian celebrities this week.

Check them out. Do not forget to vote for your faves in the comment section below

1. EL

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2. Jackie Appiah

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3.Yvonne Nelson & Sarkodie

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4. MzVee

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5. Kofi Mole & Quamina MP

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6. Darko Vibes

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7. StoneBwoy & Shatta Wale

8. K.O.D

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9. Feli Nuna

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10. Sister Deborah

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11. Nana Aba Anamoah

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12. Serwaa

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13. Kidi

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