The Igbo culture is a beautiful culture with different ways to accessorize and different wrappers to tie. When Chioma and Noble got hitched over the weekend, we found a great opportunity to show you guys some of the attires worn for Igbo traditional weddings and how to accessorize them.
This attire was made by fashion designer Tubo, and it was a crop top, coupled with a straight skirt and a cape. For this attire, she had a simple head bead, beaded earrings and capped it all up with a horse tail…popularly known as “Uya” in the Igbo land.
Chioma’s second look for the day consisted of a blouse, a straight skirt and a wrap skirt also made by Tubo. Tubo added some beaded designs on this attire and the off-shoulder piece was a wonder to behold. Chioma coupled this attire with beads from Urezkulture and had her Uya on hand to make the traditional outfit complete.
For her third look, Chioma stepped out in a red hot, off-shoulder number with a train and her Uya by her side. This dress was so comfortable as she wore it into the night and even danced with it.
There were outfits by Lanre Da Silva Ajayo, Tubo and WeizdHurmFranklyn, and you are advised to stick to Brides and Bows to see all these outfits.
This was a proper Igbo bride and there is nothing about her attire we would change. What do you think of Chioma’s wedding attires?
Congratulations to Noble and Chioma!
Images – Instagram – Janemichaelekanem, Kolaoshalusi, tubo__, dorannebeauty