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8 HOT GELE STYLES IN PICTURES

Dochase Ads Hey Lovelies While you’ve been invited to a ceremony that involves you wearing traditional native attires can be an exciting prospect, you have to seek out new ways to craft your look. This challenge can be fun or cumbersome depending on your mindset, however we would prefer you…

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HOW TO TIE GELE TO SUIT YOUR FACE SHAPE

Hey Divas, Gele is the tiara of a West African women. It is the crowning moment that completes her traditional attire and must not be taken lightly. Not only can a Gele be worn by a bride on her wedding day, it can be worn by her guests. However, often times…

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THE GELE SITUATION: WATCH THIS TUTORIAL VIDEO

Hey Lovelies “I’ve never gotten any complaint from a man, head wraps can be sexy too” Sanaa Lathan  Lagos is the fashion destination, everything about trends starts here before it seeps into other parts of the country. In Africa, when fashion is mentioned Nigeria and the city of Lagos are…

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GELE STYLES IN PICTURE

Hello Lovelies Whats the one way you celebrate your culture? There are several ways people can show off their culture all around the world, one if to own arts and decorate your living area with artifacts from your country and the second one would be what you wear and there…

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NEW GELE STYLES YOU MUST SEE

Hey Lovelies Even before now the gele has always been a huge culture in Nigeria, no aso ebi, native or traditional wear is complete without the gele. The African head gear is most popular in the western and south western part of Nigeria, back then in videos we even had…

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LATEST GELE STYLES

Hey Divas, It is a known fact that the gele or headgear is important to a Nigerian woman. It gives a regal look to her attire and brings out the beauty in her face. There are some occasions that we need the gele to complete our outfit and make it…

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TRENDING GELE STYLES FROM THE LAST WEEKEND

Hey Divas, Gele is one of the the biggest gift of Nigeria to the world of fashion. It is used as an ornamental head covering or fashion accessory, or for functionality in different settings. It is an art to tie a Gele by Nigerian women. Geles come in different fabrics such…

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BOLD GELE STYLES FOR THE SLAYONCE

Hey Lovelies There is nothing as satisfactory as looking good, just imagine having on an outfit that people not only admire from afar but also come close enough to ask you how you were able to put it together. This compliments put a smile on your face, it lightens up…

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NIGERIAN WOMEN AND THEIR GELE STYLES

Hey Divas, In Nigeria, women of the Western region can often be seen in their traditional attire of “Buba”, an airy type blouse with long sleeve, and “Iro” the wrapper that’s tied on top of the buba. To complete this whole attire, a woman will wear a head wrap (usually…

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GELE PICTURES THAT ARE JUST TOO INCREDIBLE

Hey Lovelies As a child I remember when my mum and/or aunt had a wedding event or ceremony to attend they would go to their tailors at Oshodi market (trust me guys this was all the way on the other side of town since we lived in the outskirts of Lagos)…

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DIY: HOW TO TIE THE PLEAT GELE (VIDEO)

Hey Lovelies Generally tying your head is an ‘African’ thing however every generation has their own way of making a statement with the headgear’s. In nigeria the Gele is our most famous head wrap of all, so famous that other cultures have immersed it with their own (the gele is…

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FABULOUS GELE INSPIRATIONS

Hey Lovelies What makes you african? This age long question has seen all types of answers but its all about the culture and our heritage. Before colonialism one of the ways you could tell a persons status in this part of the world was the style of their headgear popularly…

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MORE BRIDAL GELE STYLES THAT WOULD INSPIRE YOU

Hey Lovelies In nigeria its tradition in some cultures for the bride to be seen in an head wrap on her traditional wedding day. This tradition can be traced to both the western and northern part of nigeria, this two cultures believe in adorning the heads of their bride’s to…

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