THEASOEBIJUNKIE FABRICS, TREND ALERT

NEW FABRIC ALERT: MILK FIBRE LACE

Hello everyone,

It’s been a long time I posted on here but we have been active on our social media pages.( Please follow us @theasoebijunkie on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter)

This is actually my first post in 2019 ( covers face) and the year is half gone already. Let me just say I just got out of #writersblock because I keep trying to bring content here but some issues either from business or family will take up my time and I kept postponing.

But here we are today , a new post finally and I hope to continue to be consistent from now on.

So there’s a new kid in the block of fashion fabrics and I thought to show you guys this beautiful , skin friendly, comfortable and easy breezy fabric called MILK FIBRE LACE.

MILK FIBRE LACE is so similar to guipure but it’s lighter than guipure on the body and so soft on the skin.

I personally love this fabric because it’s versatile and beautiful. It feels light but of a good density and quality.

It’s a timeless classic (especially the white colour ) which is perfect for boubou or A-LINE dresses. You can style MILK FIBRE LACE into our evergreen top and wrapper aka iro and buba or make a shift dress.

Here are some pictures of this gorgeous fabric in beautiful colors that we have available for sale:

Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards

Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards
Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards
Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards
Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards
Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards
Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards
Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards
Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards
Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards
Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards
Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards
Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards
Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards
Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards
Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards
Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards
Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards
Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards
Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards
Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards
Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards
Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards
Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards
Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards
Price: 25,000 Naira for 5yards

So if you have any event soon and you are still trying to figure out the kind of fabric to use for your outfit, the milk fibre lace is one fabric that is elegant, timeless and can be tagged “affordable luxury”.

It’s perfect for celebrants and party guests asoebi or siblings asoebi for birthday parties, burial parties, introduction, thanksgiving Sunday infact it’s perfect for all occasions.

In my next post , I will be posting style options especially boubou styles made from this fabric that you can rock to your next owambe to inspire you as you make the decision to purchase from us at THEASOEBIJUNKIE as we can wait to take your orders.

To order online and for further inquiries, please call or WhatsApp 2347033040834.

You can also send email to theasoebijunkie@gmail.com

Payment should be made to

Account name: theasoebijunkie
Bank: zenith Bank
Account number: 1014063212

We deliver within and outside of Lagos state and internationally.

We look forward to your patronage

Cheers,

Modupe

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PANTONE COLOR OF THE YEAR 2018 – ULTRA VIOLET

Lovely day to you all,  as our custom every year we bring to you the forecast color by Pantone which most times is the color that trend all through the year in the fashion world. 

So if you’re having your wedding this year and you are still trying to choose a color theme, Pantone says Ultraviolet is the go to color for 2018.

According to Pantone, Ultraviolet is ” A dramatically provocative and thoughtful purple shade, PANTONE 18-3838 Ultra Violet communicates originality, ingenuity, and visionary thinking that points us toward the future.

Color of the Year 2018 - Quote from Lee Eiseman

Complex and contemplative, Ultra Violet suggests the mysteries of the cosmos, the intrigue of what lies ahead, and the discoveries beyond where we are now. The vast and limitless night sky is symbolic of what is possible and continues to inspire the desire to pursue a world beyond our own”. 

Enigmatic purples have also long been symbolic of counterculture, unconventionality, and artistic brilliance. Musical icons Prince, David Bowie, and Jimi Hendrix brought shades of Ultra Violet to the forefront of western pop culture as personal expressions of individuality. Nuanced and full of emotion, the depth of PANTONE 18-3838 Ultra Violet symbolizes experimentation and non-conformity, spurring individuals to imagine their unique mark on the world, and push boundaries through creative outlets.

Historically, there has been a mystical or spiritual quality attached to Ultra Violet. The color is often associated with mindfulness practices, which offer a higher ground to those seeking refuge from today‚Äôs over-stimulated world. The use of purple-toned lighting in meditation spaces and other gathering places energizes the communities that gather there and inspire connection. 

In our next post, we will be listing other colors that can match ultra violet perfectly for your asoebi color combination or for your event color theme. 

To get notification in your email, please follow us on this blog and other social media platforms @theasoebijunkie

Cheers, 

Modupe 

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ANKARA KIMONO

Hello everyone, 

Compliments of the season!  As Christmas draws nears and we are all preparing for the celebration and the holidays, let’s keep in mind that Jesus is the reason for the season. 

Today’s post is about a Japanese clothing that is now a must – have for every woman of style. Kimono is an essential part of every woman’s closet /wardrobe and has been trending across various culture. 

Now that our own ever green fabric – Ankara is making waves all over the world, Fashion enthusiasts are using the Ankara fabric to make beautiful Kimonos in order to slay stylishly blending the African prints with the Japanese clothing and the result is super classy. 

Below are some beautiful Ankara Kimonos for your style inspiration :

In our next post, we will be posting colorful Ankara fabrics that are available in store. 

Don’t forget we stock best  quality Ankara prints in super gorgeous colors at best rates available in 3 yards and 6yards as well as for aso-ebi quantity. 

 To order ahead,  please send us a mail theasoebijunkie@gmail.com or call/whatsapp 07033040834. 

We also deliver within Lagos and  nation wide. 

Cheers, 

Modupe 

TREND ALERT

Casual TOPS X Ankara bottoms

Hi my lovelies, 

Welcome to August! Sometimes ago I  did a post  HERE on  Staples that we should have when it comes to native wears in our wardrobe/closet. I mentioned Ankara tops and Ankara bottoms( skirts, shorts or trouser pants) as essentials for that casual chic look to work on Fridays, market or saloon ‘runs’ on Saturday or just when you want to hang out with the girls or family.

I also made a post of Ankara tops on denim  HERE with pictures of gorgeous ladies rocking the ever green Ankara fabric on the ever reliable denim pants. 

In today’s post I will be showing us how we can rock Ankara bottoms with casual tops for our not so formal event and for the casual chic Friday look to work as we say TGIF babyūüėä. 

We can use the Ankara fabric to make maxi skirts, pallazo pants,  shorts, pencil skirts or fitted pants which can match all kinds/colors of casual tops because of the versatile nature of the print fabric. 

Here are some trendy yet affordable styles you can make with the Ankara fabric to add some ‘spice’ to  your closet. 

Don’t forget we stock best of quality Ankara prints in super gorgeous colors at best rates available in 3 yards and 6yards as well as for aso-ebi quantity. 

 To order , please send us a mail theasoebijunkie@gmail.com or call/whatsapp 07033040834. 

We also deliver within Lagos and  nation wide. 

Cheers, 

Modupe 

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¬†ANKARA TOPS X DENIM

Hello everyone, 
Today we will be looking at one of the staples in our native wear wardrobe ANKARA TOPS as I shared sometime ago in this post HERE

The Ankara Top is a must have   for those divas and lovers of print that want to pull off that casual chic look to work on Fridays or that Saturday hangout and sometimes to church on Sundays. Best way to rock your Ankara top is to wear it on a denim pant with flats or heels depending on what is most comfortable and appropriate for the event or place. 

So today, I will be showing some really nice Ankara top designs that you can replicate or redesign to suit your body type and most importantly slay stylishly. 

Let’s the gorgeous prints that reflects our African heritage in our casual chic style :

What do you think about these tops? Share your thoughts in the comments section. 

P.S: our next post will be on Ankara sales post and this time we will be selling in    3yards and 6yards. So watch out and please follow the  blog so you can get our notification mail as soon as the post is published. 

Have a great week ahead. 

Modupe 

TREND ALERT

AVANT-GARDE GELE STYLES

Hello my fabulous readers,

Just as I promised in my last post HERE, that my next post will be dedicated to the different styles you can tie your sego gele into to accentuate your outfit and slay them stylishly.

Today am excited to show us beautiful avant-garde styles you can tie yourself or contact any of these makeup artists to tie for you when next you have sego gele as part of your asoebi to a party or even to church on Sunday.

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You agree with me that these styles are so elegant and outstanding!
Truly Africans are most fashionable people and we have the best culture ever!

Which is your best gele style? Share your thoughts in the comments section. Thank you

Also don’t forget to Order your sego gele as individuals and for budget friendly asoebi options from us.
Call /whatsapp : 2347033040834 or you can send us a mail at theasoebijunkie@gmail.com

Cheers,
Modupe

Photo credit : Abeke makeovers
                         Ojulewa makeovers
                         Motola Abdul makeovers
                         Debrene makeovers

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SEGO GELE

Happy Easter Holidays¬† people!¬† It’s the celebration of the death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ and the finished work on Calvary (Hallelujah)!

From time immemorial the African woman especially Nigerian women are known to always compliment their outfits with turban, scarves and headtie.
The headtie to us is what the hat means to the European women especially when you are going to church, social functions and for all kinds of festivities.

There’s this special touch the headtie¬† popularly known as gele gives to the native outfit be it iro and buba or skirt and blouse and even the simple boubou beyond covering of hair. Gele makes you stand out, it’s traditional and oozes elegance.

So today,  am focusing on the sego gele which is a ( not so ) new kind of gele that has found its way into the heart of most ladies.
It is a bit softer than the old type of gele (favourite part for younger ladies) and it comes in 2piece  per pack , so you can share one pack with a friend/ sister or use the second half as ipele.

They also come in different  patterns and colors to match any kind of fabric. 

Let’s see some beautiful samples of Sego gele that you can rock to your next event or even to church on a bad hair day *winks* :

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Multicolored sego gele

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Stripped sego gele

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Multicolored splash
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Flowered print sego

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Patterned sego gele in single colors

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Flowered sego gele

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Plain sego gele

You can get any of these headties from us in asoebi quantity for your events (budget friendly) or in retail purchase  and tie in any of the elegant styles I will be showcasing in our next post.

To order gele/ head-tie for your next event , please call or WhatsApp 07033040834 or call 08186961269. Add us on Bbm 5C3EED21
You can also send email to theasoebijunkie@gmail.com

Please note that we do business basically ONLINE at the moment and you can be rest assured that our brand is reliable and can be trusted.

Cheers,
Modupe