Almost every weekend people are getting married, and everyone is trying to outdo each other in one way or the other especially when making the choice of what to wear. For instance a yoruba bride is expected to wear the traditional iro and buba and the groom is expected to wear an agbada for their traditional wedding; but this trend is fast changing because a lot of couple are going against the norm and changing the popular conventional outfits.

Even when doing the conventional style, you can always add your own unique twist and tweak your outfit to your taste, take bold fashion risks with color combinations also. For instance black used to be known as a color that signifies death, but with the the perfect combination and touch, it can turn out perfect.

This is post is to inspire anyone out there who is unconventional and looking for ideas for their big day.

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