Long gowns sewn in traditional Nigerian styles are a favourite among wedding and special occasion guests, even though ladies have many traditional native styles to choose from, including short gown styles, blouse and wrapper styles including iro and buba. In this post, we are featuring a selection of some of the most beautiful long sown styles that are fit for aso-ebi looks and wedding guest outfits, and can be worn to any special occasion or even as a wedding reception second outfit by a bride. Play the video slideshow below to see photos of the latest Nigerian long gown styles.
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Nigerian-Style Long Gowns Are Perfect As Wedding Guest Outfits, and For Any Special Occasion
Nigerian and African women wedding guests are so lucky when it comes to what to what to sew or wear to a wedding or special occasion, or even as an asoebi style. Women wedding guests have nearly limitless choice of fabric types to rock their occasion wears – from ankara wax to lace fabrics, chiffon and more.
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See More Pictures of Nigerian Wedding Guest Fashion Styles
If you liked the above short gowns styles pictures, I’m sure you will love our other wedding guest fashion lookbooks, as well as bridal fashion lookbooks. Check them out below:
- Latest Skirt and Blouse Styles in Nigeria
- 100 Latest Igbo Blouse Styles for Women
- 100 Latest Iro and Buba Styles in Nigeria (including Oleku and Tulip Styles)
- Latest Aso-Oke Designs and Colours for Yoruba Brides
- Latest Niger-Delta Traditional Wedding Attire (100 Pictures)
So, What Does Your Long Gown Style Look Like?
Okay, that’s it from me on style ideas for long gowns you can wear as a wedding guest – they’ll look perfect when sewn with assorted fabrics, including lace and ankara wax. Leave me a comment to tell me which of the above long gown style you could possibly rock to your next wedding invitation. Please do me a favour – tell your friends about this post and facebook it/ tweet it/ email it to someone.