No Nigerian wedding or event goes without women turning up in different styles and sizes of gele headtie. We can’t get enough from staring at them. To inspire your next occasion gele look, this post presents our editorial picks of 40 latest gele styles in Nigeria, including the trending gele fabrics and colours.
Whether you’re a bride-to-be or a wedding guest, you’ll find inspiration from the featured gele styles – we included gorgeous in-vogue bridal gele styles and also have beautiful wedding guest geles. That’s not all – from the pictures of the latest gele headties, you would also be able to pick ideas for colour combinations and spot the latest traditional beaded necklaces. Swipe or scroll down to see pictures of the 40 head-turning, latest gele styles.
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The Role of Gele Fabric in Styling the Finished Look
A beautiful Gele headtie style will get you noticed in a crowd, whether at a wedding or any other occasion. If you’re a bride-to-ne, you definitely want to choose a trending gele style for your traditional wedding attire look, as you’re going to be the center of attention on the D-day. If you want to know what’s new in the Gele fashion scene, be sure to always check our page where we post about the reigning gele and bead styles.
When shopping for your traditional wedding outfit, ensure the texture of the Gele fabric you choose is one that you are skilled enough to manipulate – not too hard and not too stiff, if you’re not expert enough at tying a perfect Gele head-scarf.
Firm materials are better for tying gele. When gele scarf is tied with a soft head-tie fabric, the finished head-gear will not stand firm. And if the Gele material is too hard, it may be challenging to flex and twist the scarf in any style you desire.
Latest and Popular Gele Fabrics
Latest and Popular Gele fabrics that are easy to style a perfect head-gear include:
- Aso-Oke Gele
- Embroidered Gele
- Net-fabric gele, popularly known as Singele or Netted Gele
- French lace Gele head-ties
- Sego/ Zego Gele scarfs
- Damask Gele
- The classic head-scarf brands most loved by our moms and grandmas: Hayes, Jubilee and Swiss Gele scarfs
Each of the above gele fabrics come in its own unique designs, yet look absolutely beautiful on any bride, making her stand out from the crowd.
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Which is Your Favourite Latest Gele Style for an Occasion?
There you have it – pictures of the latest Gele styles Nigerian women are tying to weddings and occasions. Hope you like them? I would appreciate if you help us repost this article on social media so that others can find it. Thanks for reading.
So, what’s your favourite style of tying a gele when going out for an occasion? Is it a simple and small pleated gele style or a flamboyant sky-scrapper headgear that is the signature style of the legendary TV character, Madam Kofo, and Segun Gele? Also, which of those gele style pictures are you likely to tie at your next occasion? Comment below to tell me.