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INSPIRATIONAL GELE STYLES (must like )

A headgear is one of the fashion accessories that women indulge in.
For the African woman, gele is an integral part of her outfit. Every
Nigerian Traditional Occasion requires one type of gele or other. This
completes the style of a typical Nigerian woman. As the final adornment
of a traditional outfit, the gele is a Nigerian woman’s glittering crown
– bright, bold, big and utterly beautiful, with its elaborate shape and
striking colours providing the ultimate fashion statement. Speaking
volumes about the wearer’s personality without a word being uttered, the
gele transforms every wearer into a queen.
Gele is a Yoruba word for a female head wrap.
The Yoruba people live in Southern Nigeria and are the largest ethnic
group south of the Sahara. Yoruba women are known for wearing the
impossibly intricate Gele head dresses, and although head dressing can
be found in almost every African culture, the Gele is more than just
head covering, it is an art form.
The
process of tying that gele is a real work out for the arms! Standing in
front of the mirror, battling with the stiff and crispy Switzerland
fabric, Damask, or “Aso oke,” is an African woman’s moment of
creativity. Tying the gele and arcing the cloth is a true art form that
requires great skill, drawing gasps of awe from admiring onlookers.
There
are some occasions where that gele is the ideal way of answering
present and that’s why we got these gel collections for you to mark your
attendance at those occasions…
gele
Baj Majic
gele1
Oshewa
gele2
Dstrandz
gele3
Harynola
gele4
Delly
gele7
Glamdrop
51
Bukky’s Touch
500
Valerie’s Faces
Which of these is your favourite? Share with us in the comment box.

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