TREND ALERT

SEGO GELE

Happy Easter Holidays  people!  It’s the celebration of the death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ and the finished work on Calvary (Hallelujah)!

From time immemorial the African woman especially Nigerian women are known to always compliment their outfits with turban, scarves and headtie.
The headtie to us is what the hat means to the European women especially when you are going to church, social functions and for all kinds of festivities.

There’s this special touch the headtie  popularly known as gele gives to the native outfit be it iro and buba or skirt and blouse and even the simple boubou beyond covering of hair. Gele makes you stand out, it’s traditional and oozes elegance.

So today,  am focusing on the sego gele which is a ( not so ) new kind of gele that has found its way into the heart of most ladies.
It is a bit softer than the old type of gele (favourite part for younger ladies) and it comes in 2piece  per pack , so you can share one pack with a friend/ sister or use the second half as ipele.

They also come in different  patterns and colors to match any kind of fabric. 

Let’s see some beautiful samples of Sego gele that you can rock to your next event or even to church on a bad hair day *winks* :

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Multicolored sego gele

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Stripped sego gele

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Multicolored splash
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Flowered print sego

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Patterned sego gele in single colors

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Flowered sego gele

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Plain sego gele

You can get any of these headties from us in asoebi quantity for your events (budget friendly) or in retail purchase  and tie in any of the elegant styles I will be showcasing in our next post.

To order gele/ head-tie for your next event , please call or WhatsApp 07033040834 or call 08186961269. Add us on Bbm 5C3EED21
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

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

THEASOEBIJUNKIE STARS

THEASOEBIJUNKIE STARS

Hello everyone,
Happy Democracy day! Its a new dawn for us in Nigeria and we hope to experience the change we desire by God’s grace.

Remember our April asoebi diva – Abiodun Apoola .
Yes, she called me that she  needed a champagne gold lace for herself and her sister for a wedding.
The asoebi for the wedding was multicolored sego gele with any champagne gold fabric.
So I sent her some pictures of beautiful champagne gold fabrics to choose from #theasoebijunkietotherescue.

She finally picked this exquisite champagne gold with silver guipure lace and we delivered next day (Yes, we try to be prompt).

Here are pictures of Mrs Biodun Apoola and her Sister serving all sorts of hotness and slaying stylishly in our fabric:

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Yes! Our customers are hot like that!
They also shine and stand out because they are STARS!
You wanna be a star? Call/whatsapp 07033040834 for all your fabric needs and we sort you out in style.

Cheers,
Modupe