Monday, 30 September 2013

Do you love the new iro & buba trend?

See how fashion designers made every young girl love iro and buba.Gone are the days when we ditched iro and buba for something more trendy but still African.Reason not far fetched from the fact that we believed iro and buba belonged to the 'mamas.Yes,that's the word we used.(Lol,how tables turn around now and how times fly.I'm now a mum so I guess I now belong to the said group of 'mamas' right?)Things have changed,especially Naija fashion.They successfully funkified iro and buba and made it look like it was meant for the youths alone.Check out pictures of the knot iro and buba and tell me you aren't in love with it.












15 comments:

  1. Ow do I tie my wrapper liike this? I mean the front ? Btw, I still dey imagine how I go be when I tie two wrapper(george or hollandis) oh.

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    1. Amaka it's very easy.Bring the two ends of the wrapper to the front,twist it once abi twice (not sure again) and then bring the two ends back and tuck them in somewhere.

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  2. @amaka,the tutorial is on Bella Naija.I learnt it dere but aw I go con tie am wit dis my bump??*sadface*

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  3. It looks good wt soft material.haven't tried it before but if I av to,I will go for a soft material.i like toke's own

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  4. Yh..we nw find it very easy 2 wear iro n buba, nw very stylish n fashionable..I hate d iro n buba stuff b4..but nw I dnt think twice b4 wearing it.

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  5. I love soft materials and it's always easy styling..it dances along with ur body especially when u have dis curvy shape...

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  6. where can i get the fabric

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  7. where can i get the fabric

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  8. where can i get the fabric

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  9. The Fabric is everywhere in the market

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  10. What kind of material is it plss

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