A Nigerian lady became the cynosure of all eyes as she adorned a black wedding gown on her wedding day instead of the traditional white gown. Perhaps she is a lover of black colour, she opted to be unique and go for what she thinks fits her. The lady got married to a soldier.
The smile on her husband's face would surely make you understand why the Bible said he who finds a wife, finds a good thing and has obtained favour from the Lord.
This beautiful lady isn't the first to wear a unique wedding gown, recall the story of an Igbo girl identified as Chioma, who graced her wedding occasion on a gown made from Ankara. There have also been other cases of men putting on traditional wears on wedding day instead of suit, it's all down to their choice. Although many still feels it's called white wedding for a reason and it should be respected.
PACKET TRACER drops his pen here while you guys debate about the essence of wearing white gown on a wedding day. Do you think it's mandatory to put on white gown?
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