Nigerians love their geles. No matter where we are in the world, at weddings and events, you can always tell us by our large and intricately tied “satellite dishes.”
Whether with satin, George or plain ankara material, our geles tend to stand out.
Especially when it comes to asoebi , gele is a good way of differentiating yourself from other guests. While the most common style is the rose that perfectly frames the woman’s delicate facial features, some ladies go for bolder looks that will draw attention to them.
Some women’s gele actually require their own seat in a bus or taxi. And at church, you have to crane your head round some tall structure in order to see the pastor.
Here are some of those flamboyant looks that will wow you!

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Nigerians love their geles. No matter where we are in the world, at weddings and events, you can always tell us by our large and intricately tied “satellite dishes.” Whether with satin, George or plain ankara material, our geles tend to stand out. Especially when it comes to asoebi , gele...