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Zynnell Zuh Vs Omoni Oboli: Who Best Rocks The Colours?

 It is unclear which colours are ruling the red carpet and glamour events lately.
Last weekend actresses Zynnell Zuh and Omoni Oboli attended the premiere of Being Mrs Elliot at the Silverbird Cinemas in Accra on Friday in some unique colours.
Though they both had slightly different colours, their touch of coral, dusty rose, off white and cream colours almost looked the same to eyes.
Zynnell Zuh & Omoni Oboli colours


Omoni Oboli style


Meanwhile colleagues Lydia Forson, Juliet Ibrahim and Chichi Neblett went all black with chain embellishments. 
Omoni displayed her sexy ecto-body shape in a cream and coral Ayo Van Elmar evening dress to suit the brand’s blend of Afrocentric fabrics and European elements to create exquisite fusion style. 
The dress fits Ayo’s signature and Omoni looked alluring together with her natural hairstyle which gave her an outstanding appearance. 
Zynnell nailed a pair of off-white trousers with a dusty rose top by Nady’s collections. Her shoes were also by Nady’s while her purse and other accessories were from Urbanglitz. She was also styled by Nadia.
Both actresses looked beautiful in their dresses; but who do you think rocks?
The new movie is produced by Omoni and is still screening at the Silverbird cinemas in Accra and Weija.

By Francis Addo (Twitter: @fdee50  Email: fdee500@yahoo.com)

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