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TREND ALERT -HOW TO KNOT A WRAPPER


Happy sunday peeps, hope your enjoying the weekend and getting ready to start a fresh week? I attended a friend's wedding yesterday and for the very first time i tied a wrapper out, I help people tye wrapper whenever I style them for events. I was surprised when few people asked me how i knotted the wrapper, because this trend has been in existence since last year. Enough of the gist, here are the steps:
    STEP1: Put the wrapper round your waist with the both ends out.

STEP2: Knot the ends by taking the left ends towards the right and the right towards the left.
 STEP3: Take the knotted ends towards the back, tye it for firmness on your waist and stick the loose ends in.
 
 STEP4: Strike a pose *hahahaha* 
viola! just four steps

 I got nice compliments, but most of the guys at the wedding kept their distance, because of the wrapper, they thought i was taken.one even referred to me as a new bride, not like I was looking out for the guys o. lol!

PICTURES AT THE EVENTS
 I, My friend and Sis
 Bride n Groom
 Bride n her girls
 you can knot a wrapper to the front or to the side, with any fabric, from velvet, chiffon, silk, george to ankara with any style like iro n buba, oleku (Nigerian) and lace

HAVE A BLESSED WEEK MY LOVELY READERS.







Comments

  1. nice one honourable.

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  2. Lovely tutorial hun
    www.fashionitazbybuiti.blogspot.com

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  3. that smile can leave one breathless, a million dollar smile you look beautiful.

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  4. Nice and easy tutorial. i will try it

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  5. please where can i buy fabrics here in Nigeria, and can i get the names of this fabrics.

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  6. Tanx all, @joan i will send you an email if i get yours,of were to get fabrics, you can also contact me, or wait for my market place comming soon.

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