To have a perfect traditional wedding, showing off our rich beautiful cultures and traditions is really important. Each ethnic and tribe has their own way of life and dressing, traditional weddings are one of the ways we can show the whole wide world that we have a rich culture that we are proud of.
So many fabrics can be used to make some elegant styles for traditional wedding such as Ankara, aso oke, laces, satin, kente, atiku and so on depending on our choices.
Aso oke is known to be Yoruba sort of style that consists of bubs (blouse), iro(wrap skirt), and ipele(shawl) for women and for men: ahead (overall), sokoto (trouser) and buba(top).
Ankara fabrics can be used to make different African styles which can make the bride look stunning and beautiful for her D-day.
Ankara and aso one can be combined with other fabrics to give you a unique and elegant look.
This article contains beautiful ideas on what you can rock for your traditional wedding.
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