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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

Hello everyone, 

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 :

Cheers, 

Modupe