THEASOEBIJUNKIE STARS

Theasoebijunkie Stars

Hello everyone,

We would like to say a big thank you to all our customers from all over the world for your patronage especially to those that have made repeated purchases and all those that have referred us to others. Thank you so much, we appreciate you.

Today  am showcasing some of our customers from different parts that have sent pictures looking absolutely gorgeous in fabrics brought from us. Our customers are STARS💥💥💥💥

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Our customer from Taraba state looking gorgeous in cream guipure lace with our exquisite multicolored sego headtie

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She also got this turquoise blue guipure lace from us #slayed.

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She ordered this beautiful coral sequined cord lace and peach headtie all the way from Jos, Plateau state.
Am loving her blue accessories, it made the outfit perfect!

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Our customer from Lagos in exclusive cobalt blue stoned tulle lace and cobalt blue/brown Atiku for her husband and cobalt blue guipure for her daughter all supplied by us.
She’s one customer that keeps coming back.

Once more, we will like to say a big thank you to all our customers and we would appreciate it if you send pictures of outfit made from fabrics ordered from us like we have here to feature in this series.

And if you want to be a star at your next event or you just want to update your wardrobe, get in touch with us and order gorgeous fabrics for yourself .
We deliver everywhere within and outside of Nigeria .

To order call or WhatsApp 07033040834 or call 08186961269. Add us on Bbm 5663DCEA
You can also send email to theasoebijunkie@gmail.com

Please note that we do business basically ONLINE at the moment and you can be rest assured that our brand is reliable and can be trusted.

Cheers,
Modupe

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THEASOEBIJUNKIE FABRICS

Silk and Chiffon

Happy Sunday Y’all,

So our giveaway sponsor Green Castle Dubai sent me some fabrics for a photo shoot and we made some beautiful iro and buba styles as well as dresses from the beautiful chiffon and silk mix/match fabrics.

When deciding styles to make from this fabrics, my being covered yet chic and classy mantra came to play because nudity is gradually taken over the fashion scene nowadays.
And as Africans, we love to look elegant and sophisticated but we also try to cover the appropriate parts of our body as females. Personally, I do not believe I have to expose parts of my body to feel/look sexy and as a fashion cum fabric blogger, I try to celebrate women who do not show their private parts but look absolutely stunning in well tailored African outfits.
I see my body as my treasure so will not expose it unnecessarily just like I will not expose my box of gold jewelry because I place so much value on it.

So in this photoshoot, I made some iro and buba  outfits with different kinds of sleeves with plain sego gele as my headtie .
My Tailor also made some maxi dresses from the fabrics to show us that chiffon and silk is not just for iro and buba but you can make dresses, shift dresses, maxi- dresses, tunic tops etc from them.
Let’s see some of the pictures:

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Makeup by : Adorned by Joy +2349021776594

So, that’s Modupe ‘the amateur modella’. Lol
Which look is your best? Let me know in the comments section.

Also if you like to purchase any of these silk/chiffon mix and match prints for Asoebi or for wholesale deals, you can call/WhatsApp 07033040834  or just send a mail to theasoebijunkie@gmail.com or add us on Bbm: 5663DCEA and we will respond ASAP.

Cheers,

Modupe

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niger delta skirt and wrapper

Hello and how has your week been? Hope you are having a blast?

This post should have been tagged Sunday’s best because I actually wore this outfit to church on Sunday. Tying two wrapper has been a culture of the Niger Delta women but recently they added a twist to it; i.e the young women who cannot stand tying wrappers had to start sewing skirts under and ‘manage’ to tie just one wrapper on top and looks real good if not better.

I see them using all manner of fabrics for these; ranging from Ankara to Lace material, Indian fabrics and the evergreen George fabric.
They make beautiful blouses, tie different styles of gele/head-tie and most importantly holding their white handkerchiefs and chanting ‘Iye’ during praise and thanksgiving in church.
So I bought this six yards material (seriously don’t know the name but it’s not a George material) because the fabric is more of cotton used it to sew a six pieces skirt, a wrapper and also made a head-tie. Some cloth management there!

Don’t really like tying wrappers (even our own iro and buba na by force) but I love the skirt and wrapper combo and am in the south now so I just had to go with the flow:

The simple blouse

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Here is the six pieces skirt

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skirt and blouse only( no head-tie , no wrapper)

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Back view

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Now with the head-tie and i tried knotting the wrapper on top of the skirt

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Side view
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Wrapper on top of skirt (regular tying)
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I left my White handkerchief out (covers face), but will still sing ‘ayiba preye preye preye’

wishing you a lovely week ahead

Modupe