Kente is a Ghanaian woven cloth. It is normally worn by chiefs on very special occasion. Kente is one of the African cloth which showcases the richness of the Ghanaian culture.It is woven in Bonwire located in the Ashanti Regionof Ghana. Off late the wearing of Kente is now the new ish.Every Ghanaian lady loves be beautiful clothed in a kente fabric during her traditional wedding( Engagement). This really bring out the beauty of the bride especially and also makes the occasion very classy.
Today I want to show you amazing Kente styles you can sow for your traditional wedding. Most of the time young ladies getting married get confused on styles they should choose for their traditional weddings.After seeing this am sure even those who are prepared for traditional wedding will be yearning to have a traditional wedding.
Below are the 20 beautiful kente design I have for you , Kindly take your time and look through to make your preferred choice. You can thank me later.
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