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Moyin made such a beautiful Bride, and she also went the route of unorthodox brides as well. Her traditional wedding outfit is a lovely royal blue blouse made from sheer and velvet fabrics. This blouse if different from the regular asooke blouses used by Yoruba brides, this one is more contemporary and uniquely out of […]
The Aso-Oke is a vintage outfit for traditional weddings, especially in the yoruba culture, but in recent years, brides have made us of the asooke in contemporary styles. This Bridal inspiration shoot makes use of a plain blue Aso-Oke, with floral embellishments all through the dress, and fringes on the sides of the sleeves, and […]
This is some gorgeous traditional bridal inspiration. The bride rocks a look that comes all well, together, from the burgundy Aso-oke, with the white hints, to the subtle-on-the-eyes-bold-on-the-lips makeup, to her silver accessories . Her nails are coloured nicely in mustard and it complements her attire colours so well. She wears this very pretty smile, […]
Aso-Oke is traditional clothing worn on special occasions, such as weddings, birthdays and festivals by the Yorubas. Other tribes have also embraced wearing the Aso oke which shows how beautiful this material is.
In Yorubaland, Iro(wrapper) and Buba(top) is a bridal attire for Engagement wedding while the “Dansiki” is the groom’s attire. The Buba(top) and Iro(wrapper) can either be Lace or Aso-Oke and it can come in different colours and designs likewise the Dansikis.
We’re sure you will agree with us when we say it’s definitely time for another article on Yoruba Traditional Marriage. Today We’re featuring 11 different Yoruba Bride. Most of them got married this year so you get to see what’s trending as well.
Marriage is an essential institution in the Yoruba culture and history. Yoruba tribe is one of the three major tribes in Nigeria. Their wedding ceremony is always a colorful and regal one.
Aso-oke is the most prevalent Yoruba traditional attire. Deciding a color combination and designs for traditional engagement is most confusing and challenging time during wedding planning, for most Yoruba brides. That’s because Aso-oke has really wow colors and designs that you will almost want every aso-oke you set your eye on in the market. After series […]
Fantasia and Futuristic! Yoruba brides are getting more creative and looking prettier than ever. Nigerian brides are injecting colors into their fashion outfits and these are bringing great and fabulous ambiance to their whole looks. For the accessories, coral beads are ruling – thankfully, the peachy coral hue goes with any other color and these […]
Aso-Oke (ah-SHAW-okay) has got a new look and we love it! The woven hand loomed fabric comes in different designs and styles and today, we are featuring a striped pattern of the design. This Yoruba Traditional Bridal Look is perfect for a bride who wants to go out of her comfort zone. Here is a […]
The beautiful journey of love between Anu and Toye began in a grand style as they celebrated their traditional wedding recently, It was a moment of love, romance and exchange of emotions for the couple.
The Yoruba wedding is known for its elaborate style with the couples always stunning, and the brides have over time showcased their love for class and style. The brides are always seen in “Iro and Buba” of different fabrics especially lace; with the different types of lace trending now plus the traditional “Aso Oke” that […]
Yoruba brides sure know how to turn heads on their big day! Move away from classic maritime lines in favour of a colorful alternative this season – the statement stripe. For that first taste of glamorous look on your wedding day, look to a mix of horizontal and vertical lines, all in warm sun-kissed tones. […]
In Nigeria, Yoruba traditional marriage is one of the most acclaimed because of its rich cultural display. The bride will always catch your fancy as she’s always looking gorgeous in her attire. The attire of the Yoruba bride is always elaborate with so much color and style. She dresses in the usual Yoruba style of […]