Beaded Asooke is the new trend for Brides! 15 brides who nailed it (photos)

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Trust us, whenever there is a new trend at Nigerian weddings, we don’t fail to bring ’em to your notice.

If you’ve been paying attention to the new designs in the Yoruba traditional attire popularly known as Asooke, you would have noticed a very beautiful and vibrant trend in the geles (head gear).


Yes, beaded asooke geles are the in thing now and we so love it!

It brings a particular class to the already gallant outfit.

Most times, beads are placed on asookes that have just one colour, and in some cases, two. The beads make the asooke pop. Yes, you can say that again. Sometimes, one colour of beads is used, and sometimes more. Whatever your choice is, make sure the beads are somehow matched in the general colour spectrum of your outfit: perhaps your shoes, buba, iro, makeover, or accessories.

We’ve found 15 lovely photos of brides who have rocked their beaded geles perfectly and we’re sure this would inspire you.

This look can be rocked by any Yoruba bride for her traditional wedding, or perhaps, a wedding guest who wants to stand out!

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Ada Igboanugo

Fashion Enthusiast.

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