Want to learn how to tie the Nigerian wrapper? This post brings you 3 video tutorials on 3 different styles of tying the Nigerian wrapper – one is on how to tie Yoruba style one-piece wrapper (Iro); the second video will teach you step by step, how to tie the classic Igbo double wrapper (layered wrapper). The third video will show you the steps on how to tie knot/ twist wrapper (which is a trendy, skirt style of tying wrappers, favored by most young people).
So, let’s get started with the video tutorials below – watch and practice along tying your wrapper.
#1. Tulip Wrapper: How to Tie Knot /Twist Wrapper Style
*Be sure to see the other videos down below – for how to tie the igbo wrapper and how to tie the Yoruba Iro (wrapper).
#2. How to Tie Igbo Double Wrapper
*Be sure to see the other video below – for how to tie the Yoruba Iro (wrapper).
#3. How to Tie Yoruba Style Wrapper (Iro on Buba)
Why Learn to Tie African Wrapper?
The wrapper is one of the most important, and elegant, bridal fashion statement in any Nigerian traditional wedding / engagement. And, beyond the traditional marriage day, a typical Nigerian married woman is expected to show up to plenty of occasions and events in wrapper and a beautiful Gele head-tie and flawless makeup that is done like a pro. Yet, many Nigerian brides-to-be who live abroad do not know how to tie a perfect wrapper properly.
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