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8 expensive sunglasses at the Ojude Oba Festival

The Ojude Oba Festival isn't just about elaborate attire; it's also a showcase of trendy sunglasses.

Expensive sunglasses at Ojude Oba [poojamedia]

The Ojude Oba Festival in Ijebu Ode Ogun State takes social media by storm every year. People are enthralled by the display of culture and fashion.

However, with the bright Nigerian sun beating down, these protective shades have become a stylish necessity.

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These oversized shades with the signature D&G logo exuded fierce style. The woman who wore them became a social media sensation, and the sunglasses come with a hefty price tag of around $1,085 or ₦1,630,874.35.

Aviator sunglasses are a classic men's style, but the Versace O2251 adds a touch of luxury with it's gold rims. The price for these shades is approximately $392 or ₦589,219.12.

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This sunglasses might as well be the official picture of steeze. It can be gotten for €330 or ₦634,906.80

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If you want to join the stylish father above or the son is more your style, you can get his sunglasses for $800 or ₦1,202,488.00.

Ray-Ban Wayfarers are a timeless design that transcends gender and complements almost any outfit. Their enduring popularity makes them a versatile choice, and the cost is around $200 or ₦300,622.

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For those with a Gen Z fashion sense, the Off-White Catalina Sunnies offer a trendy look that pairs well with both casual and traditional attire. Expect to pay around $325 or ₦488,510.75 for these shades.

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These sunglasses were the most expensive pair spotted at the Ojude Oba Festival, with a price tag of approximately $1,930 or ₦2,901,002. The white beads on the glasses made a statement.

The governor of Ogun State made a practical and stylish choice with the Tom Ford FT5664 sunglasses. These shades offer a classic design well-suited for everyday wear, and some variations are designed to accommodate specific eye conditions. The price for this Tom Ford model is around $395 or ₦593,728.45.

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