It is a known fact that Nigerian ladies love a man who can pull off a sleek traditional look effortlessly - be it kaftan, 'senator' or agbada.
The likes of Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, BBNaija Prince and Neo, Noble Igwe among other Nigerian celebrity fashionistas have set the bar high when it comes to traditional menswear.
However, the saying 'what a man can do, a woman can do better' seems to apply in today's fashion world as more women are ditching the conventional 'feminine look' for edgy, daring and bold styles.
While groomsmen are ordinarily supposed to consist of just men, this is no longer the case as more women are stepping up for this role and doing it in stylish looks.
Just recently, fashion blogger, Ms Asoebi, made a compilation of nine ladies rocking agbada style in impressive ways and we cannot help but fall in love with them!
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In this second compilation, nine ladies are seen rocking either agbada looks or pantsuits, all on groomsmen duties.
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Designer recreates Ebuka's looks
It is a known fact that Ebuka Obi-Uchendu is a fashion icon when it comes to Nigerian celebrities, and not everyone gets it as good as he does.
More often than not, social media witnesses several failed recreations of looks rocked by the Big Brother Naija host.
Well, this is certainly not the case with fashion designer, Olubunmi Ojo-Adenugba.
Like the popular saying goes, what a man can do, a woman can do better. And this is certainly reflected in how impressive Adenugba replications of Ebuka's looks have been.
OT Fagbenle rocks agbada at the Emmys
More often than not, Ebuka causes a buzz on social media with every outfit he rocks. One of his iconic and still-talked-about looks is the Ugo Monye-designed agbada he rocked to singer Banky W's wedding in 2017.
It has been over three years and fashion enthusiasts are still recreating the look with some failing terribly at it.
Well, this is certainly not the case with OT Fagbenle.
The British/Nigerian actor was among those who attended the highly-coveted Emmy Awards night and he turned up in an outfit that was a nod to his Nigerian heritage.