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    A Touch of Barbie To Your Traditional Yoruba Wedding Attire

    As children, we all heard or watched barbie one way or another, or owned a barbie toy, and a color that comes to mind when barbie is spoken of is the eye-catching color pink. The color pink is a beautiful color that fits perfectly into any girl’s wardrobe and here is how you can add a touch of barbie to your traditional Yoruba Attire.
    Traditional Yoruba Wedding AttireThe ever-slaying fashionista actress Jemima Osunde is throwing all the princess shade with this barbie pink look and we need to wear our sunglasses for this look because she shined in it like a superstar she is.
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    You fantasize about being a princess like barbie when you grow up and you can achieve that by mixing your cultural heritage with this stunning pink look. From her lovely beautifully made Gele down to her pink traditional attire and her well-blended makeup look, she pointed out without even saying it that you can be an African barbie princess. She accessorized the look with lovely silver jewelry that looked really stunning on the Traditional Yoruba attire.

    Photo Credit: Abayomiakinainastudios

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