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African traditional dresses

Collection by Nonhlanhla Nkosi • Last updated 5 weeks ago

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Stunning Sepedi Lobola Celebration At Home - South African Wedding Blog

Before, I begin with this stunning Sepedi lobola celebration let me let you in on a little secret. Bontle has just started a brand new facebook group. The purpose of the group is to have meaningful conversations about weddings in general, traditions, culture, expectations and life after getting married. It’s also a place where you …

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Sepedi Traditional Attire and Dashiki For Wedding - Styles Art

Like the traditional African wedding, or also known as Umabo, colors, vibration, activity and ability are absolutely inspiring. While some are a bit more traditional than others one thing they all have in common is the Umakoti (bride) and Umkhwenyana

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Sepedi Traditional Attire and Dashiki For Wedding - Styles Art

Like the traditional African wedding, or also known as Umabo, colors, vibration, activity and ability are absolutely inspiring. While some are a bit more traditional than others one thing they all have in common is the Umakoti (bride) and Umkhwenyana