Owanbe in Nigeria is something that can never be underestimated. This is because despite the fact that it is an expensive celebration,it comes with loads of happiness and merriment, this is why some would do anything in their power to make it worthwhile.
Owanbe is defined by Urban dictionary as a large grandiose party thrown by Nigerians that involves a lot of fun,food,loud music and spraying of money(the Nigerian act of throwing money on a dancing person)which is seen as a way of appreciating the celebrant.
Owanbe comes with highly expensive materials,bags, trinkets,shoes to match and so on. The owanbe tradition is one tradition that has stuck and even seems to be spreading like wildfire among Nigerians.
One of the major component of a successful owanbe party is the aso-ebi￼, which could range from ankara to lace materials. A lot of time is spent in choosing or creating an owanbe outfit.
However,below are classic owanbe outfits that will make you stand out;
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