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Saturday, August 27, 2016

Wedding Gown Trending..

 This is supposed to be a wedding gown and it is trending!

You like?
Would you rock this?
It looks like it was produced with local fabric and I LOVE IT!



77 comments:

  1. Nah. I must wear all white. Thank u. Any other thing defeats the aim of a 'white wedding' in my opinion.

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    1. Nah nah nah.. nothing like the real bright wedding grown that we all knows about.

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    2. Why do double trads? Ill pass.

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    3. Is fine but I will not rock it.

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    4. Nah real double trad tessbaby, I no do biko

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    5. Nonono.great for thanksgiving after wedding or without the gele

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    6. Eka you no suppose wear white,white is too show virginity but every Astana now wear white.

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    1. Creativity at it peak,making brain.

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    2. It's beautiful on her but I'll stick with the normal

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  3. Makes sense.. with the headtie 7/10 witot the headtie 10/10

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  4. IT IS LOVELY... my sister in law needs the contact of the designer. Please we would appreciate if anybody can help us with the contact... Her wedding is coming up in November please.

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    1. Her name is badasky. Here's her pin 7B45F325

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  5. Its beautiful!
    Yes! I will rock it.

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  6. Running away from peruvian, chinese, Brazilian, venezuelan, etc hairs on your wedding day to save cost.

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    1. My thought too, with lovely hairstyle

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  8. Wooow I love it but I wouldn't rock it on my wedding day but maybe at a gala or dinner or sometin of sort.

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  9. If only the flowers weren't much.
    Made the bosom part too busy.

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  10. And it's really pretty.
    I wld want this n want d regular wedding gown too.😀

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  11. Its so beautiful, can rock it for after wedding party but not church wedding as it must be white.

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    1. Does it matter?

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    2. Yes it does matter.

      The gown is so beautiful!

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    3. Anon it matters. Because Muslim wedding attires are always different with a little twist. That's why I'm asking.

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    4. Because they don't wear gown most of them infuse traditional Into english wears

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  13. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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    It looks nice and i think africans should consider using it in their weddings but the use of the white gowns have crowded our mentality......
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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    1. Wow, so lovely...
      Nice concept, very creative

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  15. It's beautiful
    But I won't rock it

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  16. Yeah, it is made with net chiffon and the designs were made from pieces cut from ankara fabric. The designer tried but didn't get it as the original one. Her lipstick is not right for her too.

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    1. Yea the makeup is questionable. My wedding day, I no ft oh! Me I'm a pro MUA on my own so whoever is doing my makeup has to be bad ass or I'd just take the tools from her and do it myself.

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  17. Very interesting. But if I was the one to rock it I would prefer a fish skirt to a big flaired skirt. But I like the concept.

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    1. True. You do have a good sense of style. I scrolled up to see and couldn't agree more. Nice 👏🏽

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  18. It wasn't a wedding gown.. it was for her birthday. All you bloggers never get your facts right

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  19. Is it for a white wedding?
    Why the gele then? It's a beautiful gown still.

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  20. North Dakota siobhan27 August 2016 at 14:58

    Nay..
    I prefer the traditional white wedding gown,thank you very much!

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  21. Beautiful but would prefer it without the headtie

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    1. Try "ori" and "just for me" hair care products.

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    2. Use African pride products they work well and smell amazing

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    3. Cantu has a range fr kids. Then u can still check for olive oil range of products too. Check Jumia or konga or better still go to trade fair ojo. They sell natural hair products now
      .good luck

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  23. @Godhelpus.The designer's name is badasky, she is based in Kaduna. You can check her own instagram @ badasky designs.

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  24. Stella na so e take dey start o
    Very soon na full ankara wedding gown we go dey see.
    Its beautiful no doubt
    But its a NO

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  25. I will except the gele.

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  26. Use Cantu shampoo/conditioner/leave in conditioner for your daughters natural hair. It will do wonders to their hair. I use the products for my 2+ year daughter. Thank me later

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  27. Love it! but won't wear it as a wedding gown.

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  28. Its beautiful without the headtie

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  29. Its beautiful without the headtie

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  30. Looks nice


    Can wear it for reception party and not the main wedding

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  31. Lovely, I can rock it without the hair gear.

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  32. it's beautiful, buh it would perfect for d Muslim ladies dat wud lyk to use a weddin gown.

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  33. #If someone has something bad to say about you, it's probably because they have nothing good to say about themselves*

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  34. It's beautiful but no for me.

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  35. I've found my dress yayyyy

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