Infinite Pleated Gele is the latest way to tie gele with layers in front, here to make a fashion statement in Nigeria, this trending head tie is beautiful but the round multi pleats makes it look complicated and almost impossible, looks like tying it will take eternity to complete – probably that is why it is called infinity pleats. Fashion trends evolve, at this moment this pleated gele has become bridal gele style for our Nigerian brides and guests at traditional marriage ceremonies and weddings. Read on
Video #1: How to Tie Pleated Gele
Video #2: How To Tie Gele With Layers
The infinite pleat looks very lovely on Ankara fabrics, which was actually where it started from. Nigerians are creative when it comes to fashion styles, they are amazing. The tutorial by Christiana’s Closet gives a clearer picture with easy steps to learning how to tie the infinity pleats gelegetting the pleats done perfectly. Carefully follow the steps in the above video tutorial.
This pleated gele style in the video was done with 6 yard of Ankara fabric, with the 6 yards of Ankara you will be able to make nice and perfect pleats like we saw in the above video and images in this article.
This is an impressive method to tie ankara head tie, it obviously looks like a lot of work, but it is lovely. No need imagining how this was achieved with 6 yards of Ankara on your head, taking into consideration how constructive and remarkable this gele scarf was done in layers. Many stylish ladies now step out with this appealing pleated gele, garnished with lovely traditional outfits, a pair of teetering heels and clutch pus to go.
You can also use aso-oke or any other head tie of choice to make a pleated gele as seen in the above images and look as glamourous as ever just like this beautiful ladies. Join the trend of ladies of style with Ankara, aso-oke or damask pleated gele style
Now you have learnt how to tie gele with layers in front.