Traditional Wedding

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Happy Tuesday! Today we have the prettiest handcrafted jewelry by design company Shar Oke. Born out of Afro-Carribean roots, Shar Oke creates one-of-a-kind handcrafted pieces guaranteed to make a statement without breaking the bank. Inspired by the high-end, glamorous attire that women adorn in Africa, Shar Oke’s pieces infuse the bold colors, patterns and architecture of […]

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With the velvet aso-ebi trend taking the Nigerian wedding scene by storm, we can’t help but be inspired by actress Connie Britton’s velvet outfit by Naeem Khan. At the end of the day, there’s NOTHING a Nigerian tailor can’t re-make. haha

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Image by Atunbi Photography Thank God it’s TradDay! Gosh aren’t Nigerians the trendiest people ever? Sequins have become a huge hit with traditional Nigerian brides and we are not complaining. We have compiled a few of our favorite sequined geles (nigerian head-ties) for your inspiration. Enjoy! Image by Four23 Photography 808 Photography by Buki Tijani via I do […]

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We really can’t get enough of stylist Kikelola of the fashion blog Style by Queens. Our favorite fashionista is back with a quick and easy tutorial on how to tie your own twist-tie wrapper. We are so obsessed with this new trend sweeping Nigeria and can’t wait to try it out ourselves. Enjoy!  Check out […]

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Shakara Couture Hello, trawling brides and brides-to-be out there! How are we today? As part of TradDay, I have been given the honour of writing on one of my all-time-favourite (albeit feared) blogs.  Feared because I don’t want them to finish all the ideas and expose them all before I marry….but I digress. Today I have […]

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Oh yeah.. this is totally how we’re closing the week. Happy Saturday everyone! Makeup: Ewar Makeovers