#6, 7: Skirt-Wrapper and Blouse Igbo Brides Attire | White and Gold Off-Shoulder Style George Wrapper-Skirt Bridal Attire AND Burgundy and Silver Bubble Sleeve Wrapper-Skirt Outfit
STYLE NOTES: The brides above nailed their layered wrapper skirt-wrapper and blouse bridal attire. (Left) This bride looks luxurious in her puff-sleeve off-shoulder top and double wrapper Igba Nkwu attire. Completing her look with a delicately pleated champagne-gold headtie (‘Ichafu’ in Igbo language), coral bead with silver necklace set and a white hand fan.
(Right) Burgundy colour looks lovely on this bride. Most brides will look splendid in this burgundy off-shoulder bubble sleeve top wrapper-skirt traditional wedding wear. The bride on the right finishes off her monochrome look with a burgundy hand-fan, silver plus bead necklaces, and a cute champagne-gold fan gele headtie.
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#8, 9, 10: Igbo Brides’ Embellished George Layered Wrapper Attire Style | Pretty Igbo Brides Wearing Colourful and Latest George Wrapper and Blouse Attire
STYLE NOTES: The Igbo brides above look totally opulent in their embellished double-wrapper and blouse George traditional attire with off-shoulder tops. (Left) Igbo bride in a fawn brown with a touch of silver gown/ skirt-wrapper traditional attire, completing her look with a pleated champagne-gold headtie.
(Middle) This pretty bride is all smiles and looking pretty in her silver and white George two-wrappers-on-blouse traditional attire. (Right) This magenta wired George Igbo traditional bride attire looks amazing on this beauty. She completes the look with a matching magenta hand-fan and a purple pleated gele headtie.
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#11, 12, 13: The Igbo Maiden Look – ‘Ada Igbo’ Bridal Attire (Tube Top on Mini-Skirt/ Wrapper, Neck and Wrist Coral Beads and Jigida Waist-Beads)
STYLE NOTES: The Ada Igbo bridal attire (above) is your first dress of the day. It is a two-piece dress made up of a matching tube top and skirt (mini skirt or long skirt) and she completes the look with jigida waist beads, coral bead necklaces and beaded wrist bangles, beaded hair ornaments and horsetail (the NdIgbo equivalent of the Yoruba hand-fan).
Igbo traditional marriage rites are held at the bride’s family residence, and the bride-to-be is required to go out and welcome her parents-in-law outside as they arrive. The Ada Igbo outfit is the traditional dressing an Igbo maiden (ada Igbo) wears when she comes out to greet her in-laws to her (bride’s) home. The traditional fabric for the Ada-Igbo bridal attire is either Ankara wax print in popular Igbo designs or George material.
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