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 or call/whatsapp 07033040834. 

We also deliver within Lagos and  nation wide. 





Hello Fabulous friends,

I lived in Kano for about 7 years and I can recall vividly one of the first words I learnt (well the ones that sounds interesting to me anyway) was ‘chikki’. The word sounds like a Chinese word, so I quickly asked the person seating close to me in the cab what that meant and I was told it meant stomach. I was like wow! And kept saying the word to myself chikki! Chikki! Then later changed my rhyme to chicken-chikki (lol)so that I wouldn’t forget the word. Only for me to get to the market and  discover that what we call ‘assorted meat’ in Lagos was also referred to as ‘kayan chikki’ #amazing.

So when I wanted to write this post, I kept wondering what Danshiki meant and what was the story behind the danshiki style because I know danshiki is not a Yoruba word but sounds like a word from the Hausa language. Then I remembered again that while  I was in Kano that  I learnt that ‘Dan’ (not short form of Daniel but an Hausa word) meant ‘son of’.
I discovered this while finding out about the richest man in Africa – Aliko Dangote and was told Dangote meant the Son of Gote.

So I thought Dan- chikki would probably mean ‘son of stomach’ which made some sense since the style is some sort of free top with short sleeves that could hide stomach/pregnancy. *still researching the origin of danshiki*

African fashion (home and abroad) have come to discover the beauty of the danshiki style which can be worn by a male or female. And a fabric have been designed specifically for that style to make it easier for designers  to work with . This fabric can be made into all sorts of stylish outfits and not just the free short sleeve tops.

You can now use the danshiki fabric to make dresses, crop tops, maxi skirts, casual tops etc. If you have an event and the dress code is African, then danshiki is your go-to fabric that you can rock with your partner as it is unisex.

Its comes in different colors with amazing print design all over particularly the neck line which will make you represent your roots anytime especially if you are outside Africa.

Here are some samples of danshiki fabrics that are available for sale. You can call/WhatsApp 07033040834 or 08186961269  to place your order or send a mail to and you get it delivered to you ASAP.












Hello fabulous people,

Now that elections have been postponed, bae/boo cannot escape that Valentine dinner/gifts *winks*
If you are still contemplating on what to give your spouse and loved ones, I have beautiful valentine fabric hampers with exquisite fabrics plus gift items for his/hers on sale. Please call 08186961269 or 07033040834 to orders yours.

Valentine day is a day set aside to celebrate love and appreciate our love ones. And love is all about giving and sharing which is why I decided to bring a giveaway your way to appreciate you more.
This special love give away is sponsored by Daviva fashion limited, they are giving out 10 (ten) exquisite and beautiful Ankara prints fabrics to you our beloved readers/followers to celebrate Valentine!
Daviva is a renowned name in the Nigeria textile industry, DaViva is a brand for the fashion lover, blending cutting edge designs with the vibrant colors associated with traditional African fabric prints. Having an in-house design team allows DaViva to take inspiration from around the world to create an ever changing array of patterns using shapes and colors on a range 100% cotton fabrics with a variety of textures. With this wide range of looks the fashion conscious can create their individual style.


So if you want that unique African print fabric for aso-ebi, Daviva is the brand that will make your guests stand out and appear super elegant and stylish.

Now to win the valentine goodies, you need to:
a. Mention the three collections of Daviva
b. Name three areas where Daviva shops/outlets are in Lagos
c. Follow theasoebijunkie on instagram/twitter

And viola, you get to win one of the amazing Ankara prints(six yards) below:


Hint: Because its valentine, lemme give you an ‘expo’ to the answers (lol)- you can check

Give away ends on Saturday the 14th of February 2015 and the first ten correct answers will be picked as winners .
Do have a fantastic valentine day.