Bella Naija traditional wedding attire

Bella Naija traditional wedding attire

Look at Bella Naija traditional wedding attire and get inspired! You can see much color, splendor and bright decor! The combination of native styles and latest fashion trends, expensive fabrics and accessories - all you need to create unforgettable wedding images for the Nigerian bride and groom!

Bella Naija traditional wedding attire

Nigerian wedding is a beautiful event. People talk about it six months before and then discuss the occasion six months after the finishing. Since Nigerians honor their traditions, the classic white wedding is always accompanied by a traditional wedding.

Native outfits for the bride and groom always attract the attention of the guests and onlookers. Therefore, choosing the traditional wedding attires for couples who are going to get married is very important. As a rule, they do not spare money for the outfits and make them expensive and very attractive.

Bimbo and Akinola traditional wedding

Bimbo and Akinola traditional wedding; source: www.bellanaija.com

Seun and Rotimi traditional wedding

Seun and Rotimi traditional wedding; photo from www.bellanaija.com

The popular fashion blog Bella Naija don’t stay away from the wedding theme too. It often makes a lot of reviews about elegant wedding outfits both traditional and classic. Bright photos are obtained from the famous Nigerian stars weddings.

So, what are the main features of the Nigerian traditional wedding fashion for bride and groom according to Bella Naija?

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Banky W and Adesua Etomi traditional wedding

Banky W and Adesua Etomi traditional wedding; source: www.bellanaija.com

Idara and Ini traditional wedding

Idara and Ini traditional wedding; picture from www.bellanaija.com

Bella Naija traditional wedding attire

Of course, the vogue dictates its rules. New fabrics and textiles, modern decor, and accessories - all this modernized the traditional outfit pretty much. Many trends are intertwined in the native wedding attires.

Traditional Yoruba, Igbo, Aso Ebi and other styles blend with the latest fashion trends and even colonial elements. Trendy chips are also added to the wedding attire: for example, feathers or fringe. Whatever latest trend is present in the outfit, in any case, the traditional style should be read in wedding clothes easily.

Seun and Rotimi traditional wedding: Seun native outfit

Seun and Rotimi traditional wedding: Seun native outfit; photo from www.bellanaija.com

Nigerian traditional wedding outfits for the bride

Let's start with the bride's attire. Usually, this is a gown or blouse with a skirt or wrapper. The headdress for the bride is a gele or hair decoration in the form of a crown or diadem made with corals if a lady has an Igbo origin.

Fabrics and textiles for the dressmaking are expensive and have ornate traditional or floral ornament. Now, at the pick of vogue, we have fabrics with a 3D pattern. Nigerian brides are also happy to use handmade embroidery for wedding outfit.

There are many options without any pattern. In this case, the wedding attire is embroidered with beads, rhinestones, small pearls, gold or silver threads. In the upper part of the outfit, we can often see lace or chiffon trim. The plenty of decors is very typical for traditional outfits.

Folake & Ademola traditional wedding: Folake native outfit

Folake & Ademola traditional wedding: Folake native outfit; photo from www.bellanaija.com

As for the tailoring, the bride’s dress or blouse is usually fitted. This cut perfectly emphasizes the figure shapes of the bride. The sleeves are usually long and flared at the wrists. But narrow three-quartered sleeves don’t go out of fashion too.

Also, there are many styles with décolleté and sleeveless. The fashion trend ‘off shoulders’ perfectly fitted into the wedding fashion. The décolleté is also adorned by the hits of the season: ruffles and flounces as well as lace and chiffon inserts.

Such a classic technique like lace or chiffon sleeves and décolleté neckline will probably never go out of fashion. Lovers of frills and flounces use peplum as it emphasizes the beautiful waist. In the wedding outfits, the peplum is usually multilayered and richly adorned with the decor.

The dress or skirt for the bride is usually long. In our opinion, the only maxi length can emphasize the solemnity of the event, the mermaid style remains relevant.

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Xerona Duke and DJ Caise traditional wedding

Xerona Duke and DJ Caise traditional wedding; picture from www.bellanaija.com

If a wrapper is used in the attire, then a more dense fabric with a pattern is taken. The wrapper is beautifully draped at the waist. The decorative knot serves as an additional décor. The hemline usually has abundant embroidery with a sparkling thread.

Folake & Ademola traditional wedding: Folake native outfit

Folake & Ademola traditional wedding: Folake native outfit; photo from www.bellanaija.com

Xerona Duke and DJ Caise traditional wedding: Xerona native outfit

Xerona Duke and DJ Caise traditional wedding: Xerona native outfit; picture from www.bellanaija.com

We dwell separately on the headdresses. Chic multi-layered gele, abundantly embroidered with rhinestones and pearls - this is a real work of art. Besides, head decorations and necklaces of corals strike the imagination with their beauty. Today, modern jewelry and bijouterie are also added to classic headdresses. Nigerian brides choose a fan or a small clutch like one more accessory.

The colors for the traditional wedding attire of the bride are

  • white
  • golden
  • silvery
  • sandy
  • red
  • blue
  • purple and others

Whichever the wedding attire’s color and style the bride chooses, the outfit must be bright, shiny, abundantly embroidered and striking. After all, the bride should be the most beautiful at her wedding. And vivid Bella Naija wedding photos confirm it.

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Seun and Rotimi traditional wedding: Rotimi native outfit

Seun and Rotimi traditional wedding: Rotimi native outfit; photo from www.bellanaija.com

Bella Naija traditional dress for men

The traditional wedding attire for groom on Bella Naija photo often consists, depends largely on the ethnic group of the groom.

Xerona Duke and DJ Caise traditional wedding: DJ Caise native outfit

Xerona Duke and DJ Caise traditional wedding: DJ Caise native outfit; picture from www.bellanaija.com

The wedding outfit variants of the groom with a wrapper also have a very elegant look. In this case, the shirt’s length is shorter, and it’s fitted. The wrapper is usually made of a bright fabric with a pattern. It can be made of different tones of red, blue, and sand colors. The wedding attire with a wrapper can be decorated with a short waistcoat.

Idara and Ini traditional wedding: Ini native outfit

Idara and Ini traditional wedding: Ini native outfit; picture from www.bellanaija.com

As a headdress, the groom usually wears a small kufi hat. It can be white, black, red or other tones. Kufi hat can also be decorated with embroidery. Some mods can wear a tall hat in colonial style instead of a traditional hat.

Mostly the wedding outfits of the groom are white, ivory, sand, black, and blue. As for accessories, the groom uses a cane and a long necklace with large corals.

Another modern element used in the traditional wedding attire is the buttons and cufflink. In addition to their main function, they play a role of the decorative element.

Banky W and Adesua Etomi traditional wedding

Banky W and Adesua Etomi traditional wedding; source: www.bellanaija.com

Bimbo and Akinola traditional wedding photos

Bimbo and Akinola traditional wedding; picture from www.bellanaija.com

Folake & Ademola traditional wedding

Folake & Ademola traditional wedding; photo from www.bellanaija.com

If we compare the traditional costumes of the groom and bride, the groom's wedding outfits, the outfits are both beautiful.

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