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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
THEASO-EBI JUNKIE WEDDING

CORALS OF THE NIGER-DELTA

Happy Sunday everyone,
Hope you had a great time yesterday? Did you attend any wedding and will like to send pictures? Please send via WhatsApp 07033040834 as I have issues downloading attachments from my mails at the moment.

Last year I made a post on the beauty of the corals of the Niger-delta HERE and showcased different brides looking exceptionally beautiful on their big day.

Today am bringing another edition to showcase the unique culture of Niger-Delta part of Nigeria.
Traditional weddings outfits of both the bride and the groom in the Niger-Delta part is absolutely regal but the adorning of the bride with coral beads is what I find fascinating!

These beads comes in different sizes and shapes. But I personally love those huge ones on the neck especially the white ones used by the Kalabari women #breathtaking

Some parts of the Niger-Delta make a complete outfit from these beads for their brides while some tie  George fabric wrapper round her chest and then wear coral beads on top.
I also like the brides that makes a hat from the coral beads and wear that with exquisite coral neck beads on their complete blouse and double wrapper outfits.

Original coral beads are known to be quite expensive and its sometimes transferred from one generation to another. But some jewellers make beautiful plastic coral beads for brides on a budget for lesser price and they still look super gorgeous on their big day.

Let’s see some gorgeous Niger-Delta brides in their gorgeous traditional wedding outfits adorned with different kinds of coral beads to showcase the beauty of the African/Nigerian culture:

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Cheers,
Modupe