ASO-EBI INSPIRATION

ASOEBI EXTRAVAGANZA

Hello everyone,

Long time no Asoebi extravaganza post!

For those that do not know, the Asoebi extravaganza series is where we show you different gorgeous Asoebi color combinations and fabrics rocked by party guests to different events to inspire you when you want to make decisions on Asoebi fabrics or color code for your own party guests.

By the way, Asoebi also known as ‘family cloth’ is a Western Nigerian culture that has become a global phenomenon. Asoebi is a fabric hand picked by the celebrant of any event but most especially weddings for his/her family members to wear as a uniform but nowadays, it’s no longer restricted to family members the Asoebi bug has been caught by friends and loved ones who also get to wear the fabric.

The intent of the Asoebi culture is to foster love and unity in a family. It also depicts oneness and equality as everyone appear in one Fabric irrespective of your societal status or class.

Let’s take a look at some amazing people in gorgeous Asoebi fabrics :

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

And don’t forget to contact us for exquisite Asoebi Fabrics and also for your Asoebi color consultation on 07033040834 or you can send a mail to theasoebijunkie@gmail.com.

Do enjoy your Sunday!

Cheers,

Modupe

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THEASOEBIJUNKIE FABRICS

THEASOEBIJUNKIE FABRICS – 15k LACES

Hello everyone,

We will like to say a very big thank you to everyone that purchase from us during our Easter Sales. We appreciate both our new and returning customers and pray that the Almighty God replenish your pockets.

Now, we have some new tulle lace Fabrics available for immediate delivery.

All Fabrics are at the rate of 15,000 Naira for 5yards for retail orders.

Asoebi orders attract some discounts😉 , so if you like any of these gorgeous Fabrics for your next event, kindly get in touch with us.

Asoebi orders can also be customized into your event’s color theme.

Here are our new ‘babies’ for your perusal:

To order, 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 look forward to your patronage.

P. S: We do deliveries within and outside of Lagos state.

Cheers,

Modupe

ASO-EBI INSPIRATION, WEEKEND SPOTLIGHT

FAVORITE LOOKS AT 2017 AMVCA

Hey  lovelies, 

The awards season is here and over the weekend we had the African Magic viewer’s choice awards in Lagos Nigeria where most stars/guests slayed stylishly in drop dead gorgeous dresses made from exquisite Fabrics on the red carpet. 

Here are our favorite looks at the 2017 AMVCA :

What do you think of these designs and fabrics? And who is your best dressed celebrity  on the red carpet? Please share in the comments section. 

Cheers, 

Modupe 

ASO-EBI INSPIRATION

ASOEBI EXTRAVAGANZA 

Hello everyone, 

Its been a while we had our festival of African fabrics aka asoebi extravaganza series. Where we  showcase our ASOEBI culture by displaying pictures of a particular fabric  styled in different gorgeous designs  and worn by invitees/party guests to a particular party or event. 

Have a look here:










Cheers to a fantastic weekend! 

Modupe

ASO-EBI INSPIRATION

ASOEBI LADIES

Nowadays immediately a girl gets engaged,the next thing her friends starts to inquire is the Asoebi for the event or they begin to ask the bride to be if they will be among her ‘Asoebi ladies’.

Personally, I don’t like the term Asoebi Ladies because its like an abuse to the significance of the Asoebi culture of our people.
Asoebi is not for a selection of the brides friends but its first of all a family thing.

The Asoebi culture is a beautiful concept by the Yoruba people used to signify oneness and unity amongst a particular family at events celebrated by one of their family member. Most especially at weddings as weddings then was not just about the bride and groom but its about the coming together of two families.
The Asoebi is what is used to identify each family at the event.
The brides family can wear blue for instance while the grooms family can pick white as the color for their own Asoebi.
So everyone can identify those who came for ‘idana’ which means payment of dowry and they can also identify the brides family who will receive the dowry . Although the ceremony is always done at the the bride’s family house unlike now that we use events centers the uniform fabric or color  also exhibits peace amongst each family and they can be reassured that their children are in safe hands.

So you see why I think picking Asoebi for some ladies and tagging them Asoebi Ladies kind of bastardize the original intent of the Asoebi culture.

You can select some friends to be on your bridal train as bride’s maids or confetti girls but not as Asoebi ladies.
The Asoebi fabric is for your family members and everyone you consider as friends and not just some selection of ladies in my own opinion.

What’s your take on the ‘Asoebi ladies’ bug? Share your views in the comments box .
Thank you

Modupe

ASO-EBI INSPIRATION

ASOEBI EXTRAVAGANZA 8

Hello my lovelies,

Elections are over and we are moving on as a Nation to the glory of God.

So we are back on grind and our ‘owambes’ can continue as we can pick new dates for our weddings /parties in order to celebrate our joy all through the remaining days in 2015.

To ignite the owanbe fire, we are having the 8th edition of asoebi extravaganza series which is our festival of fashion fabrics used as asoebi at various parties.
P.s: Dont forget to contact me on 07033040834 for your asoebi coordination/supplies.

Lets see some amazing asoebi fabrics used by stylish party guests:

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So much lovely color combos to inspire your next asoebi.
I love the asoebi concept because it promotes unity amongst friends, families and the society at large.
And this as kept our Nation as we wax stronger even in our diversity.

Cheers,
Modupe