‘Oleku’ fashion style- Midi length 'iro' and buba with gold earrings, sparkle strappy heels, handbag & milkmaid braid hairstyles : Street Style
'Oleku' is a common traditional style for women of South-West part of Nigeria (Yoruba) in the 70s & 80s. ‘Oleku’ (something elegant) comprises of a skirt (‘Iro’) and a top (‘buba’) which is also called ‘Iro & buba’. The top can be short sleeved or long sleeved and the skirt can be mini, midi or maxi and can be worn by people with different body types, shapes & age.
Chinny looks stunning in her ‘Oleku’ style attire which she paired with strappy heels, golden statement earrings, milkmaid braid hairstyles and a black tote bag for a chic casual look.
'Oleku' are mostly worn on special occasions such as weddings, birthday parties and social events. ‘Oleku’ can be mixed and matched with other fabrics, prints and colours to achieve a contemporary look. ‘Oleku’ fashion can be worn with heels or flat shoes and a head gear traditionally known as ‘Gele’ tied on the head will complement this look.
Pair your ‘Oleku’ with sky high heels, clutch and a statement necklace for a ready to party look.
Let us know your thoughts on 'Oleku' fashion style.
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