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The Trendy Bride’s Guide to Camouflage Wedding Dresses: Getting Creative



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If you’ve never heard of it, camouflage wedding dresses are one of today’s most popular bridal wedding dress styles.

Although military uniforms are often associated with “camouflage,” this is not the case. You’ll be shocked at how far camouflage has progressed in recent years. The camouflage fashion fad has taken the world by storm, with everything from camouflage party dresses to camouflage wedding gowns being produced in the name of survival.

List of some ideas about Cheap Camo Bridal Gown

A fancy wedding gown isn’t for everyone. You don’t have to break the bank to have the dress of your dreams, either. And don’t forget about the camo wedding gowns. Therefore, make your camouflage wedding gown with a little help from your seamstress or a friend. If you’re not a natural seamstress, there are plenty of places to shop for a fantasy gown within your price range.

Camouflage wedding gowns may be found at China wholesale sites and a certain dress boutique and on the internet. The gowns are priced at the same level as typical full-length white dresses. Brides looking for unconventional wedding gowns should have no problem selecting a one-of-a-kind garment and representing their individuality.

White Camo Wedding Dress: Do you still desire a white wedding dress despite your fondness for camouflage clothing? Don’t worry, you can locate a white camo wedding dress that’s both exquisite and unique. Elegant white gowns with camouflage components are available, and they will enhance your natural beauty to the max. However, camo accents may be applied to your gown as well as the dresses of your bridesmaids to create a much more-trendy look.

Camo Wedding Gown with the Orange Accent: Orange highlights in your camouflage design are a fun way to liven things up. When paired with camouflage, orange is the ideal color. Orange is also a great color choice for a fall or around Halloween wedding. For an outdoor wedding, orange accents or decorations are appropriate. Experiment with various hues, and don’t be scared to go for the gold! But there isn’t any rule that says you must wear a conventional white gown.

A Short Camo Bridal Dress: If you want to show off your legs or don’t want to feel restricted by a lengthy wedding gown, a short camouflage dress is the right option for you. Having a longer camo wedding dress allows you to be more creative in style. A short gown is ideal for an outside ceremony, such as a beach wedding or many other events.

Camo Bridal Gown with Boots: However, with the more typical bridal footwear of heels or sandals, an increasing number of women are choosing boots instead. Camo bridal dresses and boots are both unique and fashionable. Weddings with camo-inspired dresses are often held in a rustic or rural setting. Boots are a better option than standard heels in this situation since they are both practical and fashionable. You can get anything from combat boots to army boots to go with your camo wedding dress.

Designing a Groom’s Camouflage Outfit

Even if your wedding has a military or rural theme, you’ll want your groom to wear camo as well. Everything from complete army camo gear to a modest camo vest may be worn by your fiancée at any given time. You want your bridal party to be light-hearted and in keeping with the general tone you’ve chosen for your big day. In addition, you should include camouflage in your wedding design. However, everything about your wedding, from the centerpieces to the napkins, should have a camo accent.

Dipo Olowookere is a journalist based in Nigeria that has passion for reporting business news stories. At his leisure time, he watches football and supports 3SC of Ibadan. Mr Olowookere can be reached via

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Nigerian Music Stars in Hot Demand Worldwide—NCC



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By Adedapo Adesanya

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has tasked content creators in the country to take advantage of the many advancements in the nation’s growing telecommunications industry, saying much can be achieved through music artists, who are hotcakes globally.

The Executive Vice Chairman/Chief Executive Officer (EVC/CEO) of NCC, Mr Umar Danbatta, stated this in Lagos over the weekend while speaking at the 10th Annual Brands and Marketing Conference of the Brand Journalists Association of Nigeria (BJAN) where the NCC was conferred with the Regulator of the Decade award.

Represented by the Executive Commissioner for Stakeholder Management, Mr Adeleke Adewolu, the EVC noted that the ongoing process, for which arrangements are in top gear, followed the successful auctioning of two bands of the 3.5GHz spectrum in December of 2021.

Mr Danbatta informed the participants at the conference that content creation and consumption had grown around the telecommunications infrastructure provided by technology, which Nigerian entertainers had leveraged to become global brands.

He said,  “Due to heavy leverage on digital platforms, the Nigerian entertainment industry has gone global. Nollywood is one of the biggest movie industries in the world. In fact, more movies are produced by Nollywood yearly in comparison to Hollywood.

“Nigerian music stars are in hot demand worldwide because of their popularity and brand recognition on social media. We should add that many of these global superstars emerging from Nigeria launched into stardom by leveraging caller tunes and other mobile content platforms to grow their brands and huge followers online.”

Mr Danbatta declared that, “Digital platforms are fostering different types of systemic change, creating new brands, eroding the value of some brands, whilst at the same time increasing the value of other brands. The innovation-transformation-disruption cycle has come to stay and will be exacerbated as technology continues to evolve.”

The EVC  assured that the NCC would continue to aggressively drive the rollout and seamless operation of infrastructure to drive new digital technologies to benefit all sectors of our economy.

“It is our hope that Nigerian brands will continue to leverage robust infrastructure to grow their value and ensure that our country derives maximum benefit from unfolding digital transformation efforts,” he said.

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Gospel Singer Sammie Okposo Slumps, Dies



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By Modupe Gbadeyanka

Reports just filtering in indicate that a popular gospel artist in Nigeria, Sammie Okposo, has passed on.

Details of this unfortunate incident are still sketchy, but it was gathered that he passed away on Friday at the age of 51 after he slumped.

Recall that some months ago, Sammie Okposo was in the news over issues concerning his marriage.

The Wellu Wellu crooner later apologised to his fans and others for betraying their trust, promising to be a better person.

Three years ago, the Delta State-born music star had a close encounter with death after the propeller shaft of his car pulled off while on motion.

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More than a Music Streaming Service – Why You Should Allocate Media Spend To Spotify



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By Carla Harrison

If I were to pick up your phone right now, there’s a very good chance that I’d find Spotify among your apps. It is, after all, the world’s most popular music streaming service, with 433 million users (188 million of whom are paid subscribers) in 183 countries. Since its launch in 2008, it’s transformed the way the world listens to music and helps launch the careers of artists around the world.

And if you use Spotify, you’re probably also aware that it’s expanded from just music streaming into podcasting, with some 4 million podcast titles joining its library of 82 million songs. But did you know that it’s also a powerful advertising platform with a growing focus on the African continent?

Any brand that’s serious about expansion, particularly in high-growth markets such as Nigeria, simply cannot afford to ignore it.

The pros of radio, plus more  

In order to understand what makes Spotify such an appealing platform for advertisers, it’s worth first reminding ourselves of the strengths offered by traditional radio. In general, for example, radio ads are more cost-effective than other forms. You can also get away with increased frequency, meaning that your message is more likely to stick.

Spotify offers all the benefits of radio advertising plus more. With growing numbers of people listening to digital audio streaming every day, you’re guaranteed an active and engaged audience. At the same time, you’re also reaching them while they listen to what they love. And because Spotify’s targeting options are so advanced, your brand can reach specific people based on age, gender, music genre, and playlist. Unlike radio, Spotify guarantees 100% completed listens in its reporting. It can also provide metrics around which type of audience engaged with your ad and a companion banner which allows users to click through to a webpage.

The streaming service is an innovator in the advertising space too. Its 3D audio feature, for instance, allows brands to provide premium quality advertising through an immersive, dynamic, and sensory audio experience. As a result, listeners don’t just hear an ad; they feel it.

But Spotify offers more than just audio ads. It also allows brands to reinforce their messages with high-impact display and video ad formats. Spotify video ads are actually the best performing in the industry, as they had to be built for viewability. The ads are 100% viewable and 100% audible, and Spotify only charges for 100% completion.

Making an impact in Africa 

It’s also worth pointing out that Spotify is seeing significant levels of growth across Africa. While the streaming service has been available in South Africa since 2018, its real expansion into Africa only came in early 2021, when it launched in an additional 40 countries.

But just a year after launching in Nigeria, the number of artists streamed per user had grown by 60%, and Nigerian music fans had created 1.3 million user-generated playlists. Additionally, nearly 21 000 songs had been added to the platform, placing Nigeria as the country with the second most streams after Pakistan in the new markets, with Kenya third in the ranking.

That growth isn’t likely to slow down anytime soon, either. According to Statista, music streaming revenues in Nigeria are expected to show an annual growth rate of 12.61% between 2022 and 2027. It’s also worth noting that penetration in the overall streaming market currently sits at just 4.1%. With an additional 35 million Nigerians set to come online by 2026 (all of whom will be hungry for the consumer experiences that come with affordable and ubiquitous access), Spotify looks primed for significant growth.

That comes with obvious growth benefits for advertisers, especially when you factor in that 39.6% of music streaming users are in the medium-income group. As Nigeria’s economy continues to grow, that income group will become larger and more valuable.

Partnering with the experts 

Brands looking to utilise Spotify as a marketing platform don’t have to go in blind, either. By working with experts that have specialist teams, they can get the most out of their campaigns. The right partners will also offer advertisers price transparency, ensuring that they get advertising on the platform at the most affordable rates.

In doing so, they can ensure that they always reach the right audiences at the right time with the right message. Moreover, with Spotify, they’re reaching people during the moments they love. And that’s always incredibly valuable for any marketer. Small wonder then, that Spotify is seen as the most trusted ad platform among consumers. Factor in the brand safety it offers, and you have a winning combination.

A culmination of factors 

Ultimately then, Spotify represents the culmination of a number of factors that should be of interest to anyone with a media budget that needs to be spent. And as Africa, and Nigeria in particular, that combination of engaged, active audiences, the ability to target specific audiences, and innovative advertising products will only become more important.

Carla Harrison is the East African Sales Manager at Ad Dynamo by Aleph

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