Video of Modestly Dressed Wedding Guest Wows Fashion Lovers: "Thank You For Covering Up"

Video of Modestly Dressed Wedding Guest Wows Fashion Lovers: "Thank You For Covering Up"

  • A video of a beautiful lady dancing in a stylish ensemble has gone viral, leaving many fashion lovers impressed
  • In the video, she was seen in a gorgeous lilac dress with sheer sleeves and a neckline
  • In a similar story, a lady got bashed on social media over her inappropriate asoebi dress for a wedding

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A lady's decision to opt for a modest yet stylish ensemble has earned her applause on social media.

In a video posted by @asoebibella, the lady believed to be Ghanaian, was seen showing off her elegant traditional dance moves.

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Photos of the wedding guest. Credit: @asoebibella
Source: UGC

While her smile and moves were captivating, fashion lovers were more enthralled by her choice of ensemble.

She sported a lilac dress with sheer infusion around the neckline and sleeves.

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Despite her voluptuous nature around the chest area, the lady was dressed modestly, and this impressed a lot of people.

Check out the video below:

Social media users react to video of wedding guest


"Thank you for covering up, God will bless you…. If na some people get dat type, everything for dey junction."


"Ghana tailors, please take your flowerssss."


"Definition of I got it and I can slay sexily without exposing myself."


"Decently cover even with her bountiful equipment."


"The designer, the burst caging is on another level for this volume of bresss."

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"I give it to the designer abeg. Anan see fitting."


"And she’s super beautiful, her tailor did an awesome job."

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"I need a designer like this in my life , they can’t sew corset without the cleavages showing."

Fashion police drag asoebi lady over revealing outfit

When it comes to asoebi fashion, ladies tend to be as stylish, classy and as daring as possible. Sometimes, a little too daring - as is the case in a video currently making the rounds online.

In the clip, two asoebi ladies show off their dance moves with what appears to be one of the groomsmen.

While the dance isn't out of place for a wedding, the dress design of one of the asoebi ladies has left many people appalled and some angry.

Video of classy looking wedding guest impresses fashion lovers

A beautiful lady has wowed many internet users with her stylish look at a wedding event. In a video shared by the designer of her dress, @zaynabsaphirng, the lady is seen showing off the impeccable dress.

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The dress featured a Queen Anne neckline with interesting detailing on the side openings of the dress.

The beautiful guest paired the look with a studded neckpiece and earrings while sporting a soft glam look.

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