Our favourite celebrity bridal looks for 2019

2019 has been filled with love, commitment and fashionable brides. From traditional attire to Queen Victorian-inspired white dresses, we’ve been in love with love all year…
Here are five of our favourite bridal looks. Spoiler alert: one of them looks fabulous in a wedding dress, but isn’t a bride.

Dineo Langa
Another bride who didn’t skimp on the outfit changes is Dineo Langa. From her traditional outfits paying homage to culture and tradition to this dazzling mermaid dress, Dineo brings her A-game in any outfit and she certainly did the same on her wedding day. We just love her style and how diverse her fashion choices are

Dineo Langa
First she teased with a wedding by starring in a music video as a bride, but the real thing was definitely so much better.

Bontle Modiselle

Bontle Modiselle

Bontle Modiselle’s shweshwe wedding was a brilliant combination of tradition and high-fashion.

Zodwa Wabantu 
It may not be the first time we saw Zodwa Wabantu in a wedding dress, all before she actually got married, but this dress can’t be ignored.

Zodwa Wabantu

Zodwa donned the bridal ensemble as part of the Durban Fashion Fair. This dress is very traditional, with all the frills and trimmings. It may not be everyone’s piece of cake, but there will always be a special place in our hearts for the traditional princess wedding dress.

In other news – EFF leader Julius Malema EXP0SED

EFF leader Julius Malema has personally benefited from millions of rands that were channelled to a company exposed as his own slush fund. A Sunday Times investigation last month revealed that Santaclara Trading, a company registered to Malema’s cousin, Jimmy Matlebyane, had received more than R4m in suspicious payments, in just seven months.

Julius Malema dancing

The money came from companies that looted VBS Mutual Bank, companies that did business with the government of Limpopo and from the EFF’s lawyers. Today, we can reveal that after these monies were deposited into Santaclara’s Absa bank account, they were immediately channelled into three different accounts. One account belongs to an upmarket restaurant in Soweto’s Vilakazi Street, and the others to two trust accounts, the Munzhedzi Family Trust and the Mazimbu Investment Trust, which are linked to Malema. Read more

Source: ALL4Women

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