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FAVOURITE BRIDES OF FIRST QUARTER OF 2020

Hello everyone,

Welcome to a new week! And a very big thank you to everyone that patronised us during our international women’s Day sales HERE.Thank you all so much. We appreciate your patronage greatly.

Today, I will be showing pictures of some beautiful brides in their traditional wedding outfits as they represent different cultures in Nigeria .

I particularly love their combination of colors, choice and use of jewelry/ adornments , accessories etc without overriding the culture of their respective tribes.

Also , they all display class and elegance! Indeed Less is more. The subtle make up and stunning designs made from traditional fabrics made them look so graceful and super stylish.

So if you are a 2020 bride, you can draw inspiration from any of these brides to look classy and elegant on your big day.

See pictures below:

Teal green asooke fabric with rose gold appliques representing Yoruba tribe of Nigeria
Champagne gold asooke fabric
Representing Yoruba tribe of Nigeria
Emerald green George fabrics
Representing the Ibo tribe of Nigeria
Cobalt blue Velvet lace fabric
Representing the Edo bride of Nigeria
Iridescent asooke fabric
Representing the Yoruba tribe of Nigeria
Champagne gold George fabric
Representing Efik tribe of Nigeria
Mint green asooke fabric with 3D Appliques
Representing the Yoruba tribe of Nigeria
Chocolate brown laser cut asooke fabric
Representing Yoruba tribe of Nigeria
Bottle green and peach lace fabric with asooke
Representing the Yoruba tribe of Nigeria
Light mint green laser cut asooke fabric

Representing the Yoruba tribe of Nigeria
Coral laser cut asooke fabric
Representing the Yoruba tribe of Nigeria
Peach French lace and George fabric

Representing the Kalabari tribe of Nigeria
Iridescent asooke fabric with laser cut
Representing the Yoruba tribe of Nigeria
Champagne gold asooke fabric

Representing the Yoruba tribe of Nigeria
Orange and emerald green asooke fabric embellished with Swarovski crystals
Representing the Yoruba tribe of Nigeria
Royal purple with floral borders
Representing the Edo tribe of Nigeria
White buba on white, black and gold asooke fabric
Representing the Yoruba tribe of Nigeria



What do you think about these brides? Which is your favourite tribe in terms of style and design?

Share your thoughts in the comments section please

Also watch out for another post in the second quarter, as I will be bringing you pictures of my favourite brides quarterly in the year 2020.



Don’t forget, we sell exquisite traditional fabrics and offer asoebi services at most affordable prices.


Cheers,
Modupe
THEASOEBIJUNKIE FABRICS, TREND ALERT

Rave of the moment: LamĂ© Fabric

Hello everyone and can I still say Happy New Year?🙈 Since it’s my first post here in the year 2020.
How has the new year been so far? Hope you are smashing your new year goals already?

Well, it’s 2020 and a lot is happening in the fashion/fabric scene especially in Nigeria and Africa generally. So if you are a lover of African fashion, get ready for a dramatic turn as we are bringing new Fabrics and fashion houses are churning out amazing pieces which I will be sharing from time to time here.

So today, I’m sharing one of the new entrants that made way into our fashion scene late last year and it’s taking over at the moment because of the versatility of the fabric. It’s the LamĂ© Fabric đŸ’„

This is a shiny fabric made with metallic threads. It’s lustrous, smooth, with a fluid drape, semi-sheer/opaque.
Lamé comes in different varieties, depending on the composition of the other threads in the fabric. Common examples are tissue lamé, hologram lamé and pearl lamé.

So if the memo says sparkle and shine, Hollywood glamour or you just want to shine bright like diamonds to your next event, the Lamé fabric is your best bet.

And it’s so versatile that you can make amazing dress styles in different lengths with it like wrap dresses, Kaftans, even our ever green iro and buba, boubous, jumpsuits and many more that I will be showing you samples of but first let’s take a look at the fabric:

Now let’s see some gorgeous style inspirations on these beautiful ladies creatively designed from this stunning fabric:


Metallic threads should never be exposed to high heat in a clothes dryer or while ironing. Use a clothes steamer to remove wrinkles and be sure to keep the steamer nozzle at least 12 inches away from the fabric surface. If you must use an iron to remove wrinkles, use a low heat setting and always press from the wrong side while using a pressing cloth between the iron’s surface and the fabric.

Good news is some fashion brands like @funkeadepoju has some of these styles as ready to wear which you can just order for yourselves.

But if you need the fabric to make one of these or a totally different design depending on the look you want. Fabric is available in different colors as seen in the pictures and videos above.

To order online, please call or WhatsApp 2347033040834.
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 and internationally.We look forward to your patronage

Cheers,

Modupe