Ghanaian Brides Must See These 11 Hawt Kente Styles!

Our sisters from Ghana are very fashionable, so it’s only expected that Ghanaian brides will look gorgeous on their wedding days. These beautiful women also have great body shapes for these 11 hawt Kente styles as you will soon see. Their beautiful black skin also compliment the dresses well.

Kente cloth is a very popular fabric in Ghana, that is usually worn by brides and grooms on their traditional wedding days. The popularity of this fabric, like anything modern, left the shores of Ghana a long time ago: many other nationals love this fabric too.

Advertisement

If you are a prospective Ghanaian bride, you should check this post out!

SEE ALSO Let’s Kick Off The Weekend In 10 Sweet Jumpsuits

Georgina
Dress by @saadiasanusi
Dress by @saadiasanusi
Photography @focusnblur
Photography @focusnblur
Kente @kenteklosetgh
Photography @iconicphotography_
Cc @themobilebar
Cc @ama.nettey
Photography @jema_photography
Cc @ceecee_e

All dresses by @saadiasanusi

Advertisement
Adedoyin

Lover of God, People, Food and of course Fashion!

Recent Posts

Need An Amazing Maxi Ankara Dress? Check These Out!

Amazing maxi Ankara dress is a stunning addition to any wardrobe, combining vibrant African prints…

6 days ago

Timeless Elegance: Stunning Aso-Oke Styles You’ll Love

Aso-Oke, a traditional Yoruba textile, is renowned for its rich texture and intricate patterns. This…

6 days ago

See The Jaw-Dropping Wedding Gowns From The Brides Of 2024

Your wedding day is one of the most memorable days of your life, and finding…

6 days ago

Beautiful Black And White Styles For Women

Beautiful black and white styles have long been a staple in women's fashion, offering a…

6 days ago

Bubu Reimagined: Beautiful Bubu Styles That Hit The Spot

Beautiful bubu styles keep making a significant impact in the world of fashion, especially for…

6 days ago

Woman Crush Wednesday: The Beautiful Nengi Hampson

Woman Crush Wednesday: The Beautiful Nengi Hampson This Woman Crush Wednesday, we celebrate the remarkable…

1 week ago