- Arklean and Emma changed the rules of the game when the bride wore a trouser suit on their wedding day
- She looked bewitching in the three-piece suit and her bridal team also did not disappoint
- Emma had on a crop top that went so well with her tight pair of pants and V-neck coat
A woman’s wedding day is one of the most special occasions in her life. It is right up there with the day she gives birth to her child and the day she buys her first home.
When planning to walk down the aisle, most ladies go for the traditional white gown or an African-themed traditional dress.
However, one lady from Uganda changed the rules of the game when she graced her occasion in a bespoke white suit that was both smart and classy.
Emma started the day off in a princess-like gown that had a trail and beautiful lace.
But as soon as the church ceremony was over, she slid into a sleek three-piece suit made of an embroidered crop top, a coat that had a plunging neckline and a pair of fitting pants.
Aah, she was nothing but a breath of fresh air! Her husband Arklean loved every bit of his new wife’s daringness and trendiness. Who wouldn’t?
Their photographer Daville shared snaps from the ceremony on social media and everyone who came across them gawked in amazement. Emma’s outfit paid attention to detail.
She had a matching white headpiece that covered only one section of her hair, stunning white earrings that dangled and swung as she walked and a beautiful pearly white bouquet.
In other wedding news from Briefly.co.za, a lady with the handle @OlisaOsega has stirred conversations online after she advised men to only stick to rings they can afford when they want to propose to their women.
She said worrying over the inability to buy an 'expensive' one should not be an issue as the same ring could be replaced by a better one when money comes.
@OlisaOsega said ladies should not have any problem with the arrangement. Many in her comment section are wondering why an engagement ring should be a cause for worry in the first place.
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Source: Briefly News