“There is no Lagos without a party!” I don’t remember who said that. But that statement remains true.
NEPA as usual decided to be cruel on a weekend. Thank God I had charged my phone and power banks. What was supposed to be a boring weekend became entertaining for me and many others who were glued to their phones scrolling through the many pictures from Kemi Adetiba’s Traditional Wedding.
I have never been a fan of big weddings. I don’t see the point of it. But, watching Kemi Adetiba get married in style made me dead that thought. Oh, I want a royal wedding! I want my gele to high-five the sky like Kemi’s own. In this same Eko, my wedding will rock Instagram streets and spark conversations on Twitter. You will come abi?
The King of boys creator tied the knot with her long-time lover and music executive, Oscar Heman-Ackah in a Ghana-Nigerian cultural theme. The bride was seen dressed in an Ibibio-inspired dress before transitioning into a short stylish Ghanaian dress.
Another thing that makes wedding parties interesting is the guests. The guests present at the wedding showed up and showed out! I enjoyed watching the extravagant cultural attire. They understood the assignment and represented well.
After seeing the display of fashion at Rita Dominic’s recent wedding, I wasn’t expecting anything different. I mean, fashion these days has been reduced to slit and corsets dresses. Hourglass fashion. If you don’t have a tiny waist and large hips, don’t even bother dressing up.
But, the guests at Kemi’s wedding slayed every outfit. From the King of Boys herself, Sola Sobowale, who rocked a dazzling Iro and Buba lace attire, to Toke Makinwa, Alex, Ebuka, Sharon Oja, India Okojie, Stephanie Coker, and others. Watch them below:
Adesua and Banky Wellington
Adesua is my best-dressed celebrity. I loved the simplicity. Her choice of outfit is simple and classy. The cornrows, and accessories. Sometimes, it doesn’t have to scream extravagance.
Who is your best-dressed celeb?
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