Let’s give you all the juicy details about Dolapo Oni’s rumored wedding dress

Dolapo Oni‘s high profile engagement ceremony to Prince Adegbite Sijuade might have gone down in grand style, but what’s to come for her white wedding will be nothing short of epic.

  News broke just a few days ago that the screen diva will be making a major splurge on her wedding dress. Sources close to the bride allegedly revealed that she will be walking down the aisle in an Elie Saab dress!

Just so you know Dolapo isn’t your average bride. Here are five things you should know if she does decide to go down that lane:

1) Elie Saab is a Lebanese fashion designer famous for making couture wedding dresses and pieces intricately detailed with embroidery and laces. His creations are very exclusive and is renowned for dressing royals.

Lanai dress
2) The dress is a gorgeous piece from Elie by Elie Saab for Pronovias 2015 Bridal Collection and it rumored she’ll be wearing the LANAI Dress.

Elie saab wedding gown WEDDaily
3) The Elie Saab lace wedding dress is rumored to be retailed for up to about £6,000 a piece. That’s well over N1.5M. WOW!!!

Alexandra Lenas & Sean Parker
4) ‎ If she does wear a Saab dress, she will be robbing shoulders with the cream de la cream such as singer, Alexandra Lenas‎ (married to Facebook billionaire, Sean Parker)  and royal, Princess Claire of Luxembourg.‎

Jennifer Lopez in Elie Saab

5) ‎ She’ll most likely have the same bragging right as icons like Beyonce, Julianne Moore, Sarah Jessica Parker, Jenifer Lopez and Lupita Nyongo.

These are celebrities that have worn couture pieces by the designer.The envy is definitely real girl! We can’t wait to see what she eventually decides.


Ada Igboanugo

Fashion Enthusiast.

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