Its a new week people, take hold of the new opportunities coming your way and make the best of it as we cross into a new month.
Its Monday and am back with the weekend spotlight series where I showcase stylish party guests I spotted during the weekend in order to help us get new styles, color trends to slay stylishly in our native wears .
Remember if you need someone to hook you up with gorgeous quality fabrics and asooke or to source for budget friendly Asoebi, you can always call/WhatsApp 07033040834 or 08186961269 or send a mail to email@example.com and we will sort you real good.
Now let’s see some amazing party guests that made heads turns with their styles speaking just one word SLAY!
Who is your favourite amongst them? Share in the comments section and tell us why you like her style.
Do have a great week ahead.
Hello Fabulous people,
It’s another edition of the Asoebi extravaganza, actually the 10th edition!
The Asoebi extravaganza series is a series dedicated to showcase the beauty of our Asoebi culture which signifies the unity within our family members as well as friends at our various parties/celebrations. I call it our own festival of African fabrics, fashion and style.
Let’s get down to the extravaganza proper by checking out the use of a particular fabric at different events in different styles:
Hope you have been inspired in terms of colors, color combinations, fabrics and style to use for your next event.
Do have a great week ahead.
Hope your weekend was party filled? I have been so busy preparing for the TEXTILE FAIR LAGOS!
Am so excited about this second edition because its going to be much more bigger and better than the first one. So if you are in Lagos or will be in Lagos on the 27th of June 2015, please join us at Dehall events place beside Alausa shopping mall Ikeja and experience #fabricorgasm lol.
More details about the fair will be up in subsequent posts.
I get series of mails from brides-to be on how to combine colors for their traditional wedding in a way that both their outfit and that of their grooms will compliment each other perfectly especially when the colors of the bride’s outfit is too feminine and the groom is just the type that hate colors or a groom that will never wear anything loud but the usual monochrome(black and white) combo.
In view of this challenge, I have decided to start a new series tagged ‘ LOVE LOOKS LIKE US’ where I will be showcasing different brides and grooms in their traditional wedding outfits from different tribes in order to inspire and help you choose the right color combination together with your Man.
After which you can now proceed to choosing fabrics(thats where i come in .lol) that will make you command the attention of everyone on your Big day.
To contact me for your traditional wedding outfit fabrics, please call/whatsapp 07033040834 or send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now lets see the pictures of some gorgeous couple in trad wedding outfit declaring to everyone that love looks like them:
Happy Democracy day! Its a new dawn for us in Nigeria and we hope to experience the change we desire by God’s grace.
Remember our April asoebi diva – Abiodun Apoola .
Yes, she called me that she needed a champagne gold lace for herself and her sister for a wedding.
The asoebi for the wedding was multicolored sego gele with any champagne gold fabric.
So I sent her some pictures of beautiful champagne gold fabrics to choose from #theasoebijunkietotherescue.
She finally picked this exquisite champagne gold with silver guipure lace and we delivered next day (Yes, we try to be prompt).
Here are pictures of Mrs Biodun Apoola and her Sister serving all sorts of hotness and slaying stylishly in our fabric:
Yes! Our customers are hot like that!
They also shine and stand out because they are STARS!
You wanna be a star? Call/whatsapp 07033040834 for all your fabric needs and we sort you out in style.
Hello beautiful people,
Been a while! I have been a bit busy with work from individual orders to asoebi orders of fabrics, gele and asooke.
Also the textile fair that was postponed due to the elections will be taking place on the 27th of June 2015. I will update you more on that in another post that will be dedicated to the textile fair.
If you are interested in getting a stand at the fair call or whatsapp on 07033040834 or 08186961269 for details.
The weekend is almost over, so lets have a bit of our own festival of fabrics also known as asoebi extravaganza where I showcase group pictures of friends, family members and party guests in one fabric (uniform) at different parties.
Do have a great week ahead and dont forget to share your asoebi pictures from your last owambe
Send pictures to email@example.com
How was your weekend? Did you attend any ‘parry’? You can send your pictures to me to be featured on any of our social media platforms.
The weekend was a bit busy for me as I had fabrics and asooke orders to deliver to different people.
And thats why this post which was to be posted yesterday ( Monday) had to be shifted to today.
We spotted lots of elegant party guests in different fabrics this past weekend and we gladly present them to you for your perusal:
Do have a fabulous week ahead.
Yesterday, the 19th of April was our ‘blogversary’ . YAY!!!!
I started theasoebijunkie two years ago on the 19th of April out of my passion for fabrics.
At that time, i could not just sell fabrics but i love African fashion and fabrics so much that i just want an avenue to write, promote and showcase them to the world especially the awesomeness of our asoebi culture.
Now, its been two awesome years and God as been faithful!
Theasoebijunkie has grown to be a renowned brand on fashion fabrics in Nigeria and other parts of the world .
And we are getting better and stronger by the day.
So in the mood of celebration, I bring to you elegant stylish guests we spotted this past weekend.
If you have any suggestions on what you will like us to improve on the blog or you have ideas or series you want us to include, please send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Do have a great week ahead.