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Swahili bride

By | May 29th 2011

By Wambui Thimba

The grand entry of the bride represents the climax of a Swahili traditional wedding

It doesn’t matter which part of the world you come from or what religion you belong to: all women want is to look fantastic on their wedding day! Allegiance to traditions, however, doesn’t mean being out of fashion.

Each year, world-known fashion companies create bridal collections for Muslim women.

Syrian hand-made beadwork, can also be worn as a Nikkah dress

White thawb dress in chiffon with hand-made beadwork

Nikkah dress with gold and green sequins

Buibui gown made with embroidered, Halwa satin fabric with butterfly-flared sleeves

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