Hello my people,
Some of us already know about the rave of the moment in the fabric world – The Tulle Lace.
Last year up on until now, we all rocked the guipure/cord lace fabric ( which is a very versatile fabric) to different occasions as Asoebi and also for individual use.
Almost everyone I know had at least one outfit made from guipure lace and some are getting tired of it already.
People call/mail me to help sort and supply Asoebi for their parties and make it very clear that they don’t want guipure lace at all and am like why now? And the reply is that they have loads of the fabric already and so they need something new and fresh!
Hence, the introduction of the lush and sexy fabric called Tulle Lace.
The tulle lace is a fabric made with tulle or some people call it net.
It can be embroidered, sequined or stoned .
This fabric clinches to the skin and bring out the sexiness of the female body in most styles and designs made from it.
You can use it to make a dress, iro and buba, top and wrapper, top and skirt or even a boubou.
Its so beautiful ,elegant and exudes class if styled properly.
If you want to infuse newness into your wardrobe, kindly get some tulle lace fabric and style away.
Also to make your friends and families turn up super gorgeous at your wedding or event, match your tulle lace with sego gele or Asooke and they will be glad .
Here are some colorful tulle lace fabrics that we have in store for your individual purchase and Asoebi purchase:
To order any of these, please call/WhatsApp 07033040834 or call 08186961269 .
You can also send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and you get prompt delivery to anywhere.
Have a awesome weekend.
I will love to share a vision that God laid on my heart with you all.
Last year, I picked up my pen and notebook to write a list of what to get for my children for Christmas celebration and along the line, God spoke to me clearly that there are some children out there that do not have anyone to write a list of their needs. No clothing, no shoes, no celebration.
That’s why we have decided to start a foundation in this respect.
The vision of Let’s clothe a kid this Christmas is to clothe at least 100 kids this December.
So we are calling on fabric vendors, fashion designers and everyone that can buy fabrics or NEW ready to wear for kids and donate to join in putting smiles on at least 100 kids this Christmas.
We need all kinds of fabrics even if it is one yard, if you are a fabric vendor and you have some yards of good fabrics left please give to this vision and you and your family will never go naked.
We also need volunteer good fashion designers to help make this fabrics into fabulous dresses , shirts and trousers for our kids.
Please if you have any questions or suggestions on areas within Lagos where we can get people that truly need these clothes or motherless babies homes , you can send a mail to email@example.com or call 07033040834 or 08186961269
Its a new week people, take hold of the new opportunities coming your way and make the best of it as we cross into a new month.
Its Monday and am back with the weekend spotlight series where I showcase stylish party guests I spotted during the weekend in order to help us get new styles, color trends to slay stylishly in our native wears .
Remember if you need someone to hook you up with gorgeous quality fabrics and asooke or to source for budget friendly Asoebi, you can always call/WhatsApp 07033040834 or 08186961269 or send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will sort you real good.
Now let’s see some amazing party guests that made heads turns with their styles speaking just one word SLAY!
Who is your favourite amongst them? Share in the comments section and tell us why you like her style.
Do have a great week ahead.
Hello Fabulous people,
It’s another edition of the Asoebi extravaganza, actually the 10th edition!
The Asoebi extravaganza series is a series dedicated to showcase the beauty of our Asoebi culture which signifies the unity within our family members as well as friends at our various parties/celebrations. I call it our own festival of African fabrics, fashion and style.
Let’s get down to the extravaganza proper by checking out the use of a particular fabric at different events in different styles:
Hope you have been inspired in terms of colors, color combinations, fabrics and style to use for your next event.
Do have a great week ahead.
Its been like forever(lol), how are you doing? It’s Friday, hope y’all have some parties to attend this weekend? Send pictures to email@example.com if you will like to feature your picture here.
I had to force myself to rest after the #textilefairlagos which was a huge success to the glory of God.
Am very grateful to all the vendors that participated in this edition and to all amazing shoppers from all over especially those that came from outside Lagos. We had shoppers from Ibadan, Makurdi and even Togo! #supergrateful
If you are following us on Instagram or Facebook, you would have seen some of the pictures from the fair, but if not follow us on Instagram @theasoebijunkie and like our Facebook page @theasoebijunkie so as not to miss out on further information .
This edition was bigger and better than the first edition as we had accessories vendors on board and we had to put more effort in planning and setting up ( I actually slept at the venue) and was looking like a ‘broom’ at the end of the day. But the feedback from vendors and shoppers made it worthwhile. This explains why I haven’t blogged since then.
We hope to have another edition before Christmas by the grace of God, so start preparing your shopping list for fabrics and accessories to rock this Christmas.
But before then , let’s see some pictures from the second edition of The Textile Fair Lagos( not official pictures):
We will upload more official pictures soon in another post. Do have a great weekend.