12 stylish personalities who are giving Rich Aunties vibes in their Bubu outfits

The Bubu, a traditional West African attire, has become a status symbol for wealth in African countries due to its association with cultural heritage and elegance.

Wealthy women, also known as “rich aunties,” have embraced the Bubu as a symbol of their success and status.

The bubu is often made from luxurious materials, such as silk or lace, and is decorated with intricate beading, embroidery, and other embellishments.

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It is worn on special occasions and is seen as a symbol of cultural pride, elegance, and wealth.

Additionally, the popularity of the bubu has also increased due to the rise of African fashion and its recognition on a global scale.

Below are 12 stylish personalities giving Rich Aunties vibes in their Bubu outfits

Jackie Appiah

Styled by @bveystyling
Picture by @chocolate_shot_it
MUA @chelseablaq_
Hairstylist @p.n.d_styles

Toke Makinwa

Agbada – @tojufoyeh
Head tie – @taiwos_touch
Make up – @tamars_beauty
???? – @bangraphy

Tiwa Savage

Peace Hyde

Dress: @HueByIdera
Hair: @BeeDaisyHair
Makeup: @joycejacob_jjb

Chioma Good Hair

???? @wannifuga
????‍♀️ @goodhairltd
???? @hermes

Naomi Campbell

Outfit: Tiffany Amber

Stockist: @alaralagos 

styled by @lejenke


Purse @gedebe from @thepoloavenue
Earrings @dainty_jewelbox
Head wrap @royal diadem


Makeup: @egbon_olamide
Kaftan: @bankekuku

Michelle Hammond


Gown @christiebrowngh
Earrings @ornejewelry

Serwaa Amihere

Hair : @oh_my_hairr
???? : @kukiethemakeupgirl
????: @creative_vision_photography






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