Step Into The Weekend! Nigerian Weddings Style Inspirations For Both The Ladies And The Gents

So the weekend is here!! Time to relax, unwind and definitely go for one event or the other. In Nigeria here, most especially our beloved city of Lagos, hardly ever does any Saturday pass that there isn’t a wedding to go to that ensures that you boogie down. Well, we are always here to help, and have put together two looks each that can help you with your decision making as per what to wear, whether it’s English or Native, we got you covered!

For The Ladies
Ladies usually have a more difficult time in deciding what to wear for weddings than the guys do, but that’s ok because we have two ways in which you can decide to go.

LOOK 1

Gbemi Olateru-Olagbegi Ezinne Chinkata

A simple white dress is always a good option for a wedding, but you have to be careful to have it short and understated because you are not looking to upstage the bride.

LOOK 2

Toke Makinwa Ene Lawani

If you want to go African, you can opt for a simple but elegant look like Toke Makinwa has done with the up – down print silk outfit, or you could go bigger with Ene-Maya Lawani’s outfit too.

For The Gents
To be honest guys have it easier when it comes to weddings, but that doesn’t mean that there is no room for experimentation.

LOOK 1

Alex Ekubo Pade Bowler

Alex Ekubo is hot in this ensemble. It’s an English look but not all the way and he doesn’t look like he is struggling to breathe especially since some weddings can get hot. If you would like a more complete look, a man never goes wrong in a suit, see Pade Bowler in all dashing glory.

LOOK 2

Bez Yomi Casual

Alternatively, a little African inspiration never hurt anybody so we are using two stylish men to give inspiration to our male readers. Ditch the easy white trad and go for a look like Bez or Yomi Casual and you would turn heads.


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