2016 COLORS

This year 2016 is definitely going to be a colorful year and Pantone has released some very unique colors that will make us stand out this year.

Am so in love with  these colors because they’re actually a breathe of fresh air for us in the fabrics /fashion business.
The teal, turquoise, coral, mint green etc are becoming too boring and have been used over and over again in the year 2015.

So if you are a 2016 bride or you have any event coming up this year like birthday, naming ceremony or burial ceremony of aged parents etc (because asoebi is not limited to weddings alone) you should check out these colors for your outfit and also for your guests.

The top ten colors are :
1. Snorkel blue
2. Peach Echo
3. Green splash
4. Rose quartz
5. Iced coffee
6. Lilac grey
7. Limpet shell
8. Serenity
9. Buttercup
10. Red fiesta

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If you have issues in matching them together, don’t hesitate to contact us as we will gladly help to combine these colors when you order fabrics or  your asoebi but one very outstanding combination is the Rose quartz and Serenity.

Have a great weekend ahead.

Xoxo
Modupe

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Theasoebijunkie stars : Pastor and Mrs Kuku

Hello everyone,

It’s a green affair on the blog today!  Mrs Kuku has been my friend on Facebook for a while and I appreciate the fact that when she needed fabrics for her baby’s christening, she got in touch and trusted us to choose a nice fabric for herself and her husband.

We sent different fabric options to her to choose from and she finally settled for this green voile lace and a white onjawu asooke head tie which was used to make fitted buba with embroidery and wrapper while her husband made a complete Outfit of Buba, Sokoto and Agbada .

They both looked so nice in this fabric as they shine amongst friends and family at the naming ceremony of their Prince Ezekiel Kuku.

Below are some pictures from the naming ceremony of our precious Prince who is a star to his generation in Jesus name Amen :

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We appreciate Pastor and Mrs Kuku for choosing us and we pray that Ezekiel will continue to be a source of joy and happiness to you forever.

Cheers,
Modupe

Theasoebijunkie star🌟 : Wunmi

Hiya my fabulous people,

Today, am bringing to you yet another star in our fabric.

Miss Wunmi got in touch with us through Bbm and asked for a beautiful tulle lace fabric for her introduction ceremony.
For those who don’t know, the Nigerian weddings ceremonies generally consist of 3basic steps /events. The first one is called the introduction ceremony mainly by Yorubas some other tribes in Nigeria call it “knocking of the door ” this event is like a mini engagement ceremony where the groom comes to the bride’s house with his immediate family and introduce himself formally to the bride’s family stating his intention to marry their daughter with some gifts for the bride’s family .

It is at this event that the dowry and every other requirements  of the bride’s family will be discussed and the main engagement and wedding date is picked.
So this was the event that our star-Wunmi was planning for and you know she definitely needs to slay stylishly as the  star of the day.
She finally settled for our cobalt blue  and champagne gold tulle fabric with guipure edges and she did look super  gorgeous as you can see in the pictures below :

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What ya think? I absolutely think she killed it with that body #baddest.

Congratulations again Wunmi looking forward to planning your asoebi soon.
Your home is blessed already! Continue to shine!  You are a 🌟

Cheers,
Modupe

THEASOEBIJUNKIE STARS: #OPEGOKE2015

It’s a new week people, let’s make the most of it as we pursue and work towards our 2016 goals.

Today am excited to bring to you another set of stars that stepped out slaying in different styles for the wedding of Mr and Mrs Afolabi.

Ope (bride)  got our contact details online and got in touch with us through WhatsApp. She had made her asooke somewhere and needed a beautiful orange fabric that is quite affordable to match the asooke.
We sent different options and she finally chose this unique orange tulle lace embellished with stones and pearls.

And on the 5th of December,  her friends turned up in different amazing styles made out of our fabric .
Here are some pictures of stylish guests/stars at #opegoke2015 in Theasoebijunkie fabric for your perusal :

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We will like to us this medium to say  congratulations to  Mr and Mrs Afolabi and pray that their home be continually filled with unspeakable joy and everlasting love in Jesus name Amen.
And a big thank you also for allowing us to be part of your Big Day. We are very grateful and we do appreciate your patronage.

Cheers,
Modupe

THEASOEBIJUNKIE STARS: Mr and Mrs Obaseki

Happy New Year everyone,
Thank God we made it to 2016! It’s going to be an amazing year for us all in Jesus name.

One of the amazing brides we had the privilege to  style and also supply asoebi for was Mrs Esosa Obaseki who contacted us all the way from New York City, U. S. A for her traditional wedding.

Her asoebi color theme was purple and silver,  so the first thing she ordered was a purple tulle lace fabric embellished with stones for her friends which was delivered to her friends in Lagos and Port Harcourt here in  Nigeria.

After which we had another discussion on her outfit as well as her husband’s outfit for their traditional wedding.
She had a gold color theme in mind,  we exchanged pictures and she later settled for this Gold onjawu asooke with blings on the gele as well as gold Agbada and cap for her husband.

She also wanted a customised gold hand fan for herself which we designed  and in total created a regal look this gorgeous couple on their big day.

I hereby present to you pictures of our  star couple for the month of December 2015 for your perusal:

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Massive Congratulations to them and we wish them everlasting conjugal bliss.
Their  home is blessed already and their  stars will keep shining.

Cheers,
Modupe