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 baby😊.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call/whatsapp 07033040834.
We also deliver within Lagos and nation wide.
Hello my beautiful readers,
The wedding season is fully here now. And we have seen and also supplied lots of fabulous aso-ebi colors this year so today we will be looking at one of the hottest asoebi color for 2017 which is SILVER.
Before now, brides and party hosts prefer bright colors for their party guests asoebi but recently they tend to shift to the subtle and sexy side thus trying out not so loud yet gorgeous colors like silver. Some prefer to use the silver on silver monotone combination while others mix silver with black, white or red to spice it up a bit. I personally love the silver color because it pops out on every skin tone and it exudes class and elegance.
Incase you have an event coming up or you are planning for your wedding this year but you haven’t made a decision on your asoebi color, then Silver is one Color you might want to consider.
Below are pictures of some party guests offering so much ‘sauce’ in silver :
For your aso-ebi fabrics supplies, don’t forget to contact us on 07033040834 or send a mail to email@example.com. Our prices are affordable and our fabrics are of great quality. We also do deliveries nationwide and worldwide so you don’t need to stress yourself as we got you covered with best aso-ebi delivery service.
Hello my beautiful readers,
There’s a new sensation in the African fabrics sphere and trust Theasoebijunkie to always bring you the latest fabrics (as E dey hot) so you can slay as individuals or as asoebi for your guests.
If you really want to stand out from the crowd or you want your guests to slay stylishly in a unique and drop dead gorgeous fabric then the silk guipure tulle lace is your answer.
This fabric is super gorgeous, rich, classy and elegant. For aso-ebi purpose, it can be customized into your event’s color theme.
Incase you’re confused on what to make with this beautiful fabric, I’m happy to tell you that it’s versatile and will pop on Skin tone and it will be perfect for iro and buba, blouse and wrapper, skirt and blouse or dress. All you need to do is to get a creative tailor and you will be amazed at the final outcome of this fabric.
Enough of my stories😂😂😂 here are samples of the silk guipure tulle lace :
To make orders for retail or asoebi quantity, please contact us on 2347033040834 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Its another Monday and of course we will not miss our weekly #theasoebijunkieweeendspotlight post where we showcase gorgeous party guests pictures in different exquisite asoebi Fabrics that caught our eyes over the last weekend.
This single pictures will help or inspire to determine a super stunning design that you can slay in when making the asoebi or fabric you bought for your next party. Incase you don’t have any asoebi at hand and you need to get quality lace fabrics to make any of these designs, kindly contact us for gorgeous and good quality fabrics at best rates on 2347033040834 or send a mail to email@example.com.
Here are our favorite looks from last weekend for your perusal:
Do have a great week ahead
In 2015 and 2014, we made posts on the beauty of corals worn by the Niger-delta part of Nigeria brides for their traditional wedding HERE and HERE
Like I mentioned in previous posts, the brides from the Niger-delta are adorned with beautiful coral beads most times from Head to Toe which makes them the cynosure of all eyes on their big day. This culture is quite fascinating, purely African and super gorgeous.
The coral beads gives the bride a royal appearance and The Niger- delta bride whether from Edo, Delta or Rivers state outfit can never be complete without the beads costume.
There are always of different sizes and shapes ranging from small sized bead to medium to large to extra-large! Yeah, extra-large because some of them look very huge on the neck of the bride but am not sure of the weight if it’s as heavy as it looks (if you are from Niger-Delta kindly explain further in the comments section. Thanks).
Customarily, coral red color is the standard color for the beads even though some use other colors like white, peach e.t.c. it’s only the coral colored beads that actually give the native effect that every bride will want to portray on her traditional wedding day.
The beads can be worn as a top on the wrapper tied on the chest; it basically covers from the shoulder down to the waist in some parts while some other parts use the beads to make a cap and the bride gets to wear this very regal cap and also adorn her neck with the huge size coral bead neck piece! EXQUISITE!
Some also use it to adorn the native hairstyles that are exclusively made for brides on their Big Day to give the Emotan (Benin Queen) look with different sizes of coral beads carefully arranged on their neck as they present them to their groom.
Once again, check out these gorgeous brides adorned with different designs of corals beads on their big day to inspire you especially if you are from the Niger-delta and you’re trying to make a decision on your traditional wedding outfit :
Hello my beautiful readers,
Its another Monday and as you all know, it’s time for another edition of theasoebijunkie Weekend Spotlight where we showcase gorgeous party guests pictures in different exquisite Fabrics and styles that we spotted over the weekend.
Please check out the beauties we spotted this week :
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
This post is to showcase the African men in different fabrics, colors and style to inspire other male folks that will like to step out stylishly on Fridays to work or on Sundays to church services or to the next owambe they intend to attend.
Men also have variety of fabrics to choose from like brocade, cotton fabrics, wool, atiku material, polished lace etc.
Most African men tend to choose calm and neutral colors they do not like to play with bright colors like the ladies. Examples of colors that men tend to use to sew native wears include: white, cream, beige, grey, black, off-white, navy-blue, sky-blue etc
The men folk also accessorize with mufflers, different types of caps/hats, sunglasses, wristbands, exquisite rings, coralbeads etc.
Below are some handsome African dudes with so much Finesse looking very fresh, eye-catching and smart as they display the Nigerian/African culture in different fabrics: