Is there an African woman who doesn't appreciate the concept of "gele" and all the goodness it present to women fashion? I doubt. Gele as a traditional African headgear has gained a wide spread acceptance by all and sundry in Nigeria, Africa and other countries of the world. The truth is, when an African woman dresses for an occasion, without tying a gele on her head, her clothing might seem incomplete. Gele does not just add colours to a woman's appearance at an event, it also accentuate a woman's naturally hidden beauty.
There use to be a single way of tying gele. But recent fashion upgrade amongst Women have created a big room for creativity in the aspect of tying gele among modern women. If you haven't seen any such new trending styles, then this article is for you. In this article, I have sourced for the latest way women tie gele to ensure you are updated on the fashion trends. All photos were taken from Instagram for illustration only.
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