The rich culture of Edo state is apparent in the delightful, expound clothing of the Edo bride. She is a work of art, liberally decked in coral dots on a background of texture. She wears beaded anklets, midriff dots, and arm bands around her wrist called the Ivie-Ebo, hoops called Emi-ehorivie, a cape called Ewu-ivie made totally of dabs while holding her beaded grasp or Ekpa-ivie.
This wedding look is for the Edo bride in their red covering completely decorated with globules and okuku. You can essentially tell from their dressing of what day it is for them
The Edo bride is a sovereign who must have her crown – a complicatedly beaded bit of workmanship called Okuku.
Customarily, her hair is set up in a high up-do called Eto-okuku, and the dabs are sewn straightforwardly onto the hair.
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