ANKARA JUNKIE, sales, THEASOEBIJUNKIE FABRICS

EID FITRI ANKARA SALES 4K FOR 6YARDS

Hello everyone, Been a while! We have been very busy at THEASOEBIJUNKIE HQ that we didn’t put any post up throughout the month of May and we do apologize to our esteemed readers.

It’s Ramadan season and we know our Muslim readers are preparing for upcoming Eid- FITRI as Ramadan comes to an end this week.

So we have decided to put colorful Ankara prints up for sale at a reduced rate of 4,000 Naira per 6yards from now till Sunday 17th of June 2018.

Ankara Fabrics are classics and ever green and they can be designed into fabulous dresses, tops, tops and skirts as well as accessories.

You can’t have too much in your wardrobe/closet. It’s your go to Fabric that will suit all occasions depending on the style you make out of it. You can also mix and match with other Fabrics like lace to make gorgeous designs.

Here are some of the Ankara Fabrics that are available for sale :

Price for all the above Ankara Fabrics is N4000 for 6yards

P.s: we will be having a pop up shop at 49, Bode Thomas street on Friday 15th and Saturday 16th of June 2018 where we will be selling laces, Ankara and Atiku Fabrics at reduced prices all to mark Eid- Fitri.

To order online, please call or WhatsApp 07033040834.
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.

We look forward to your patronage and wish all our Muslim friends

Eid Mubarak!

Cheers,

Modupe

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ANKARA JUNKIE 2

Hello my beautiful readers, 

Its the second edition of our new series –  ANKARA JUNKIE. This series will be dedicated to showcasing exceptional and beautiful designs made from Ankara fabrics on gorgeous women to help you choose what you can make from our awesome Ankara fabrics as you all know Theasoebijunkie brand supplies best quality Ankara prints in super gorgeous colors at best rates ever. Call/whatsapp 2347033040834 to view and purchase our quality Ankara fabrics or send us a mail at theasoebijunkie@gmail.com and we will respond swiftly. Bear in mind that we deliver within and outside of Lagos, so getting it across to you wherever you are is not a problem. We got you covered 😊

Check out these amazing designs from the simple yet classy to the corporate designs to the party perfect designs :

Cheers, 

Modupe 

WEEKEND SPOTLIGHT

Theasoebijunkie Weekend Spotlight 

Happy Holidays everyone and EID- Mubarak to all Muslims. 

Long time no #weekendspotlight😊.  So today we are bringing back one of our favorite series –  Theasoebijunkie Weekend Spotlight where we bring to you pictures of gorgeous party guests in beautiful fabrics over the weekend every Monday. 

Below are some gorgeous ladies we spotted last weekend slaying stylishly to different events :

What do you think about these fashionistas and their style? Let’s know your views in the comments section. 
Do have a blessed week ahead. 

Cheers, 

Modupe 

WEEKEND SPOTLIGHT

Theasoebijunkie Weekend Spotlight( Ankara edition)

It’s Monday!! And we are having a special edition of our weekend spotlight series to showcase super stylish Ankara designs that we spotted on party guests over the weekend.

This edition is to inspire our esteemed customers that bought our beautiful Ankara fabrics in this post HERE and our intending customers that will still love to purchase Ankara from us.

Ankara fabrics are budget friendly, evergreen and colorful. You can rock any of these styles to work on Fridays or to church on Sundays, mosque and as a party guest.

You can get great quality Ankara fabrics from us for as low as N5000 for 6yards (call/WhatsApp 2347033040834) and slay in any of the following designs:

Do have a fruitful week.

Cheers,

Modupe

LOVE LOOKS LIKE US

LOVE LOOKS LIKE US

Hey lovelies,

Its still February and we are still celebrating Love, which is why we are bringing back one of our old but inspiring series tagged ‘Love looks like us’  where we showcase beautiful couples in outstanding traditional wedding outfits from different parts of Nigeria and across Africa to help intending couples make decisions on  how their outfits will compliment each other .

Also it will help in coordination of colors, fabrics and style in order to become the cynosure of all eyes on their own big day.

My best part is the display/expression of love between the couple in pictures, you can literarily feel the emotions ,bond and above all the fire of love burning!

Let’s see some love birds in their lovely outfits :

Cheers,

Modupe

THEASOEBIJUNKIE FABRICS, Uncategorized

COLORFUL FEBRUARY- ANKARA SALES

​Hello everyone,

Its the second month in 2017 already! Welcome to the month of love! Hope all our ‘lovey dovey’ readers/customers are planning towards the St. Valentine’s day as we are getting ready with sales of our Fabric love hampers for your loved ones. A much detailed post will be up on that soon but if you want to place orders in advance call/WhatsApp 2347033040834 and we will make it a memorable one for bae/boo.

Now to today’s post, we have been showcasing all kinds of lace fabrics for sale here but we haven’t had a post strictly on sales of Ankara fabrics which are unique African prints that represents our colorful heritage.

Ankara fabrics are beautiful, versatile and much more affordable than laces. So if you want to improve or upgrade your wardrobe and you have a tight budget, Ankara prints are your best choices. 

They can be sewn alone or mixed with other plain fabrics or with lace fabrics. You can also use it as lining for soft tulle laces and you will be ‘peppering them’ LOL

Styles and designs that can be made out of Ankara prints are unlimited especially when you have a good tailor that loves to ‘play’ with patterns ( check my post on choosing a good tailor HERE). You can use Ankara fabrics to make simple boubous ,shift dresses, iro and buba, blouses and skirts, long dresses, tops and wrappers, playsuits, jumpsuits, shorts,trouser pants etc.

So you see why you need to grab the amazingly colorful Ankara fabrics we have for sale in beautiful patterns below:

Colors: Red, Yellow,Orange and black

Product code:RYB 016

Price: 5000 Naira for 6yards

Colors: Teal blue, pink, black and white

Product code:TPB 002

Price: 5000 Naira for 6yards

Colors: Teal green ,yellow,brown and blue

Product Code: TBY 003

Price: 5000Naira for 6yards

Colors: Purple,brown and blue

Product Code: PBB 006

Price: 5000 Naira for 6yards

Colors: Pink,brown and blue

Product Code: PBW 007

Price: 5000Naira for 6yyards

Colors: Red, yellow and blue

Product Code: TBY 009

Price: 5000Naira for 6yards

Colors: Green ,white,brown and blue

Product Code: GWB 010

Price: 5000Naira for 6yards

Colors: Purple, yellow,brown and pink

Product Code: PBY 001

Price: 5000Naira for 6yards

Colors: Turquoise, pink,brown and olive green

Product Code: TPB  006

Price: 5000Naira for 6yards

Colors: Turquoise , yellow and brown 

Product Code: TYB 013

Price: 5000Naira for 6yards

Colors: Orange, yellow and coffee brown 

Product Code: OBY 012

Price: 5000Naira for 6yards

Colors: Teal blue,green and Navy blue

Product Code: TGN 017

Price: 5000Naira for 6yards

Colors: green ,brown and navyblue

Product Code: GBN 011

Price: 5000Naira for 6yards

Colors: Pink,yellow and brown 

Product Code: PBY 019

Price: 5000Naira for 6yards

Colors: Red,brown and grey

Product Code: RBG 015

Price: 5000Naira for 6yards

To order call or WhatsApp 07033040834 

Add us on Bbm 5C3EED21
You can also send email to theasoebijunkie@gmail.com

Payment should be made (with fabric code) to
Account name: theasoebijunkie
Bank: zenith Bank
Account number: 1014063212

Have a colorful month ahead!

Cheers,
Modupe

ASO-EBI INSPIRATION

How to choose a tailor

Hello beautiful people,

Today’s post is on a very controversial topic and a question I get regularly as a fabric vendor from clients. Getting a good tailor or fashion designer seems like hardwork especially in Lagos and when you get a good tailor,so many times they are not so affordable especially at this time in Nigeria.

And I get so skeptical referring my clients to tailors especially clients that are not within lagos because you just cant be too sure…..

So personally, I put some factors in consideration before I choose my tailors ( yes I have  more than One) which I will like to share with you our awesome readers and followers:

1. Type/cost of fabric : For some reasons, I have different tailors for differnt kind of fabrics.

 For instance if I want to sew ankara fabric or a silk fabric that costs less than 5000 Naira, I will take it to low budget tailors around me but one thing I will always check is the finishing of clothes he/ she has sewn before. I will not pay so much for a cheap or low quality fabric but I will ensure I get a neat job. You will be surprised at how good some ‘local’ tailors are when it comes to sewing. But if the fabric in question is expensive , I will not take the risk of giving it to just anyone.

2. Intending style: Another factor I consider is the style I want to make.

Most times if I see a nice design on a person or on someone’s ( with my kind of body structure) social media page , I could approach the person and ask for details of the tailor that made it and patronise such tailors instead of disturbing my head trying to get a new tailor to replicate the design. But if I need to make a simple boubou or regular iro and buba, any regular tailor can make that and I always give them one of my best buba as sample so as to avoid mistakes

3. Creativity: I also check how creative some tailors are by asking them to sketch a design that will suit my body type. If the tailor can sketch something nice right in presence , I can trust him/her to make nice outfits.

4. Time frame: Another major problems with tailors is their ability to deliver on time. So I have learnt to always give them ample time by sending my fabric to them on time.

When you know your tailor is good at what he/she does which also means he/she will always be busy, you need to send fabrics like 2weeks before use.

Another tip is to update your native wear wardrobe with basic colors from time to time (check my post on native wardrobe staples HERE), so you always have something to wear when there’s an ’emergency’ party or event.

5. Test run:This is another tip I use when I see nice designs displayed by a tailor online or offline, I will first of all do a test run by giving him/her a cheap fabric to ‘test ‘ his/her handiwork .The  outcome of the ‘test’ will determine my final decision.

Do you have any tip you will like to share on this topic or will you like to share your experience with different tailors? Please share in the comments section

Do have a great week ahead.

Modupe