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Here’s How Nigerian Celebrities Want You To Dress For Weddings

Here’s How Nigerian Celebrities Want You To Dress For Weddings


Thanks to our loved-up friends and endless relatives, the special occasions never seem to end. Especially at this time of the year, love is in the air and wedding invitations are flying all over. Upon receiving yet another invitation, there’s the usual question that flashes through all of our minds: ‘what do I wear to this wedding?’ Nigerian wedding guest styles

The question of what to wear to a wedding is never an easy one. Being a Nigerian wedding guest makes it even harder to choose the right look to slay in seeing as Nigerians are some of the best-dressed people in the world and naturally, you don’t want to be the one destroying the myth.

Knowing the wedding theme and venue gives you a good clue as to what may or may not be appropriate to wear. For instance, what you wear to an outdoor wedding would definitely be different from that of an indoor wedding. When it comes to style, as a rave-worthy wedding guest, it’s safe to always go by the classic fashion motto: it’s better to be overdressed than underdressed. However, when it comes to accessorising, remember that your accessories should be a subtle addition to your look unless you’re wearing an outfit that is super plain and simple.

As usual, Style Rave has got you covered as we have curated the right looks as seen on celebrities and influencers to help you step out fashionably to every wedding you’re invited to this December and beyond. No matter what look you decide to go for, each of the looks in this lookbook is guaranteed to make you feel your stylish best.  

Here’s how to be the ideal Nigerian wedding guest…

For a Great Gatsby-inspired wedding

Lilian Afegbai

For a classy outdoor wedding

Nancy Isime

For a formal garden wedding

Rita Dominic

For a society wedding


For a modern wedding

Belinda Effah

For a traditional wedding

Osas Ighodaro

For a glamorous wedding

Toni Tones

For a cocktail wedding

Mercy Eke

For a timeless wedding

Mimi Yina

For a romantic wedding

Belinda Effah

For a state wedding

Enado Odigie

For a jazzy wedding

Ini Edo

For an alternative wedding

Abisola Kola-Daisi

Photo credit: Instagram | As captioned – Nigerian wedding guest styles

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