The weekend is almost upon us, and you know what the weekend is meant for. Those Saturday afternoons and evenings are meant for one thing and one thing only, Owambe.
It seems as though, there is always someone getting married these days. Be it a friend, family, or colleague from work, Owambes is a melting pot of individuals who have come to celebrate and show off their looks.
In dressing to impress, some clothes won't just cut it. You can't wear a suit and tie when going to a wedding reception unless you're probably security. That won't have the effect you want. Owambes are best graced with native attire.
Even when going with a gown, it has to be made with local materials. Both men and women clothing for such occasions much show affluence, prestige, and class
Below are some design ideas that are sure to turn heads at any Owambe.
1. Jumpsuits: these can be with or without sleeves, or could be an off-shoulder jumpsuit
2. Long gowns with lace design
3. Off-shoulder gown with slit
4. V neck gown with Bob sleeves: these could be with a slit or without
5. Cross neck gowns with lace designs
6. Short gowns with lace design
As for men's design, the traditional styles remade will be stunning. Styles like the Agbada, Senator, and kaftans with the right shoes will make you look glorious.
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