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oh ok.  nothing wrong with that... Smile
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They look very happy so congrats to them!
 
(The only thing is ... honestly most marriages either fail and end or they fail they and stay together - but they are unhappy. I have sooooo many friends  in one of these positions and 20 years earlier they too all started off with these wonderful weddings.
 
So now I look at marriage as a temp thing. I think if you can find true happiness for about 10 years .. you are doing good. )
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LOL! These pics didn't really explain much about the difference between the various ethnic groups. 


Originally posted by uppitynegroid uppitynegroid wrote:

Originally posted by AshBash89 AshBash89 wrote:

Can someone explain the differences between the Igbo and Yoruba in regards to traditional clothing?

 
 
Yoruba:
 
 
 
Igbo:
 
 
 
 
Hausa:
 
 
 
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That's what I was thinking...all the women are wearing gele which is Yoruba traditional clothing and I'm pretty sure the black hat the guy is wearing is a southern, delta region form of dressing.
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and the beaded headdress might be efik/calabar too .
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Originally posted by CherryBlossom CherryBlossom wrote:

That's what I was thinking...all the women are wearing gele which is Yoruba traditional clothing and I'm pretty sure the black hat the guy is wearing is a southern, delta region form of dressing.
 
Well yeah, everyone wears gele now because Yoruba fashion has the most influence in Lagos fashion.  Gele isn't just Yoruba now, its Nigerian.  You won't find a picture of people wearing traditional clothing post 90s without gele.
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Originally posted by CherryBlossom CherryBlossom wrote:

and the beaded headdress might be efik/calabar too .
 
 
The headdress is Igbo.  I've been to enough Igbo traditional weddings to know that.  Its pretty standard.  I've also been to a Calabar traditional wedding, actually a few months ago.  This is what they wear:
 


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Not sure how else to explain what each tribe wears than to...well show a picture of what each tribe wears. Stern Smile
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ah cheers on the headdress thing...I can't see the pic you posted but I know I wasn't 100% sure!
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Originally posted by CherryBlossom CherryBlossom wrote:

ah cheers on the headdress thing...I can't see the pic you posted but I know I wasn't 100% sure!
 
 
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