This attire is our heritage in Nigeria as I grew up with it, and it has been worn from generations to generations which till this day it's still number one attire a woman must possess no matter the civilisation. I bet everyone that comes from yoruba land where I am from married or single has worn this at some point in time. But the modern twist to it is so amazing, I love the fact that you can turn Iro (wrapper) into a drape skirt in the twinkling of an eye. I have been seeing this on many ladies but I don't know how to tie it until I saw one on a close friend who literally thought me how to tie it. Bless my mum who made all efforts to get the materials and even sewed them for me, and thanks to mummy K who brought it from Nigeria for me. I paired it with my christian louboutin pigalle pumps my husband gave me for my birthday. Always dress to be you.
NOTE: IF INTERESTED IN LEARNING HOW TO DRAPE AND TIE THE WRAPPER CHECK MY INSTAGRAM :@DEBBIEFASHSTYLE
OUTFIT: Iro& Buba- Made by my mum/ Coat- Fenn Wright Manson(similar here)/ Heel- Christian Louboutin (here) / Purse- chloe (similar here)/ Necklace- 18crt gold(Italy)