A royal visit : A royal cloth

A royal visit : A royal cloth

In recent years, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, have captured global attention with their philanthropic endeavours and progressive outlook.

While their actions often make headlines in Western media, their influence extends far beyond the borders of their native countries.

They recently visited Nigeria. A country rich in cultural tapestry and vibrant community.

However, what caught our attention was the fashion. A yellow dress worn by Meghan, paired with a traditional green striped shawl, that was a gift from the governor's wife.

The shawl, made from a fabric called Aso-oke. This fabric is a traditional handwoven textile indigenous to the Yoruba people of Nigeria, West Africa. The name "aso-oke" translates to "top cloth" in English, reflecting its significance as a prestigious fabric worn on special occasions and ceremonies such as weddings, festivals, and other cultural events.

Meghan also wore a white Carolina Herrera shirt with a striped Aso-oke skirt that was also gifted to her the previous day.

In this striking image, Meghan Markle exudes elegance with her choice of accessories. Her statement gold earrings draw immediate attention, perfectly complementing her yellow dress. The earrings add a touch of glamour and catch the light beautifully, framing her face with a radiant glow.

On her wrists, Meghan wears a selection of delicate bracelets that add a subtle yet stylish touch to her ensemble. 

Completing her accessory choices is a sleek, understated choker that elegantly graces her neckline. Meghan's accessories in this picture highlight her ability to blend contemporary style with timeless elegance.

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