Modern Delta Igbo brides are wearing their traditional bridal fabric in more creative ways than ever before; from styles with stunning gowns to blouses and skirts. The outfits are made with a white handwoven traditional fabric called Akwa Ocha or Otogwu of the Aniocha and Ibusa people of Delta State respectively. The cloth for other important occasions by the tribes.
Akwa Ocha or Otogwu which was traditionally tied over the chest of brides or worn as a wrapper across their waist with a blouse, has been undergoing a substantial transformation for some time now and we have compiled a list of modern styles to inspire brides to be. Check them out.
Obi from #TimObi21
Nwanneka from #TheCNWedding
Anita from #AEForever21