- Warri Pikin recently had her bridal shower, and she sported a gorgeously designed dress
- In photos and videos, the curvaceous comedienne was seen in a pearl beaded mini dress
- In a chat with Legit.ng, Escak Couture speaks on designing the dress and how much it cost
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Popular Nigerian comedienne, Warri Pikin, is gearing up to have the wedding of her dreams with her husband of 10 years, Ikechukwu.
Recently, the entertainer had her bridal shower and looked every bit stunning for the occasion.
The gorgeous mini dress featured multiple strands of pearl draping at the front with intricate bead embellishments across the entire dress.
The cold-shoulder dress, which flattered the comedienne's curves, was designed by Escak Couture, an Abuja-based fashion brand.
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Warri Pikin's designer speaks on making bridal shower dress
In a chat with Legit.ng's Kumashe Yaakugh, the creative director behind the brand opened up about making the stunning dress Warri Pikin.
She revealed that the dress took six days with the attention of four staff members 'working tirelessly on it'.
Warri Pikin, who looked gorgeous in the ivory piece, was excited when she first saw the dress, according to the designer.
"She was wowed, her joy couldn't be contained. The outfit was perfectly glued to her body like it was sewn on her, and she couldn't stop smiling."
Escak Couture, who has designed for the comedienne in the past, spoke about Warri Pikin's continuous patronage.
"She believes in the Escak_couture brand to be able to deliver anytime, no matter the time frame given and that we always understand the assignment."
The dress is currently selling at a discounted price of N300,000.
Dress recreation: Tailor's impressive replication skills earns her applause online
Rollex Couture recently reminded fans that when it comes to dress recreation, some Nigerian tailors make sure to deliver.
The Ilorin/Lagos fashion designer recently shared a video which showed her process of recreating a regal lace dress design for a client.
Starting off with fabric and lining shopping, the tailor who did a voiceover in Yoruba took viewers through the entire replication process.