It certainly must be fun to be a Ngwa. The Ngwa’s are not only a respectable clan in the Mbatu village of the Northwest but a family bonded by love and values. Meet Erico Ngwa and his beautiful bride Fri-Maikah giving a new meaning to Toghu bridal wear.
The young couple, Fri-Maikah and Erico brought their families together in an incredible traditional wedding ceremony. As expected, the traditional wedding ceremony could have easily passed for a Toghu clothing fair. The beaming bride donned the most stunning Toghu wedding gown we’ve seen so far.
Fri-Maikah Stuns In Regal Toghu Bridal Wear
Although we are almost two weeks late, we honestly are not over the #ItsFontobeaNgwa traditional wedding ceremony. Seeing how beautiful Fri and Erico looked on their wedding day celebrating with their families and friends while decked in contemporary Toghu outfits. Every single outfit the blushing bride wore was super stunning. The couple rocked more than one outfit and served major slays in different variations of the Toghu clothing.
Without a doubt, our favourite outfit of the day remains the traditional wedding gown in white lace and Toghu clothing patches by Corris Closet. If you are looking for a traditional wedding dress, then this Toghu inspired wedding gown should serve as a guide. From the fabric choices, the cut and seamless fit, we totally love how fitting and decent the dress is at the same time. Think white wedding gown with a touch of tribal chic, then this gown is the one.
Ultimately, fit and flare wedding dresses are a massive winner for pear shape silhouettes. We love how the dress perfectly fits all the way down to just above the knees and highlights her waistline and the dramatic fishtail finishing. As seen above, the dress is ultra-sexy, a little daring and a beautiful combination of lace and Toghu clothing.