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African wedding dress

23 Jan
“Something new, something old, something borrowed”, this phrase is a mythic traditional rhyme. The rhyme details what brides should wear for good luck. This philosophy has been adopted by other cultures. But for the African bride this precept does not take precedence, as she gets all the luck needed when she pays tribute to her…

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