Last year turbans made a terrific come back into the Nigerian fashion scene and it became a ‘rave’. I remember some 20yrs back when my mum use to rock the turban fabric as headtie on Ankara dresses. Then she had the stripped and multicolored long velvet turbans that was like a scarf and you have to wrap it around your head for that elegant look. Now the new turban/ headers are easy to wear because it’s sewn into a cap shape and all you need to do is wrap the ‘tail’ part round and you are good to slay and pepper dem!
Also these headwraps have been twisted a bit to fit into our current fashion ‘taste’ and loads of party guests who can’t handle the stress of tying gele now opt for the turbans. They now come in different gorgeous designs and colors made from all sorts of beautiful fabrics and not just velvet fabrics. And are super comfortable (which is a very important factor in fashion).
The turban is now an essential part of your native wear wardrobe and can be worn on all kinds of outfits to create an elegant look especially on a bad hair day. Every woman needs a turban!
Let’s see some amazing samples that caught my eyes on Instagram :
Peach asooke turban embellished with pearls
Sequined velvet pink turban
Gold silk turban
Silver plain velvet turban
Army green velvet turban
Classic white turban embellished with pearls and stones
Red beaded tulle lined with velvet turban
Champagne gold silk turban
Silver turban embellished with studs
Fuschia pink plain velvet turban
White beaded tulle lined with velvet turban
Black engraved damask fabric turban
Cobalt blue plain velvet turban with brooch
Emerald green plain velvet turban
What’s your opinion about turbans and headdress? Do you have a favorite from the pictures? I will like to know in the comments section.
Have a great day ahead.
Today I want to introduce another amazing and very versatile fabric that is fast taking over the fashion scene and lots of ladies are making drop dead gorgeous outfits from it- LASER CUT LACE.
Laser cut lace fabric is intricate, elegant and has a classic pattern that makes you stand out in any outfit.
Laser cutting used to be reserved for haute couture designs. But as consumers began lusting for the technique, and the technology was made more readily available to manufacturers, it’s become commonplace to see laser-cut silk and soft leather to make gorgeous lace designs.
There are different types of laser cut designs as shown below :
Laser cut embellished with pearls and stones
Cream plain laser cut lace
plain laser cut lace
Pink plain laser cut lace
Black plain laser cut lace
Cream laser cut lace embellished with pearls and stones
Lilac laser cut lace embellished with pearls and stones
Yellow laser cut lace embellished with pearls and stones
Red laser cut lace embellished with pearls
Cream 3D laser cut lace
Peach 3D laser cut lace
This amazing fabric can be styled into blouse and wrapper, iro and bubble as well as dresses but please get a good tailor or fashion designer to make exquisite designs that will make you slay stylishly.
To order this fabric for yourself or as your event’s asoebi contact us on 2347033040834 or via email at email@example.com.
Have a great week ahead.
Hello my beautiful readers,
Over the weekend, my friend from way back invited me to a wedding party at classique events place Oregun and I was excited about it because my social life has been a bit dull as I’m always busy with business and family. But this is one friend I can’t say no to and I really enjoyed myself which is why I took some pictures for a post because most of the time I share with you style post of customers and stylish women that catch my fancy in order to inspire our African/traditional fashion sense as well as different unique fabrics in stock for sale. And you don’t really get to see the face behind the brand so I think this is an opportunity to show my face.
Enjoy the beautiful pictures of myself and my friends at my Owanbe :
Here I rocked my sequined guipure lace in orange and a deep orange asooke with gold neck piece
Makeup by @beeglamsbeautystudio I love my red lipstick
With my friend from way back that invited me to the parry Tope aka Amops
My gorgeous friend Tope aka Amope olowosibi (insidejoke)
My girls Tope, myself and Kemi aka Shak (insidejoke)
The Three Musketeers ☺️
My #slayonce in a fringed champagne gold blouse with orange blinged asooke
Fringed champagne gold blouse with skirt and orange asooke 👌👌👌
Champagne gold tulle lace 😍😍😍
My complete look
Check out my gold purse and sandals #accessoriesonfleek
For the engagement party before the wedding I didn’t take much pictures but I got these ones that hubby took before I left the house.
I wore a yellow organza lace with multicolored sego headtie plus silver accessories and pearl jewelry
The three of us at the engagement party
So that’s about all of my laughter filled Owanbe Weekend. I hope to bring more posts like this in future whenever I have the opportunity to attend parties.