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STYLE NOTES: These pretty lace outfits (above) prove that asymmetric necklines and lace materials seem like a perfect match made in fashion haven. As always, Ini Dimma Okojie ‘killed it’ with this turquoise and black spaghetti strap mermaid-style lace dress. On the right image (above), Linda Ejoifor is all smiles and shows off toned arms and shoulders in that pink and black single-strap lace aso-ebi long gown with side-slit.
4. Lace Gowns with Dramatic Sleeves Are Head-Turners Any Day
STYLE NOTES: Mimi Onalaja (left) certainly knows how to make a big fashion statement in a subtle way, that’s what that big, chiffon bubble sleeves did. Mimi looks nothing but dazzling in that blue lace aso-ebi straight gown with ballon chiffon sleeves, accessorized with a simple gele style. On the other side (right), Nero is giving us aso-ebi envy with that hot pink asymmetric one-shoulder pencil long gown
About the Lace Materials in Nigerian Women Aso-ebi Fashion
In Nigeria, lace fabrics are not only for tablecloths and curtains, but they are also a premium clothing material for sewing special-occasion-outfits. Outside Nigeria and Africa, most people know lace as the fabric used to sew curtains and tablecloths, and as lace trimmings on lingerie and fancy dresses. Other popular uses of lace by non-Africans include wedding dresses and some occasion wears. The case is different here, Nigerian women often wear dresses made only with lace material. Lace is a staple fabric for wedding and occasion-wears and many native-style wears such as Iro and Buba, and Bubu flowing gowns.
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What’s Your Favourite Nigerian Occasion-Wear Lace Style?
Lace is also a bestie for Nigerian brides-to-be (and grooms too). If you’re preparing for your wedding, the above lace styles are great ideas for the second or third traditional wedding attire. Some of those lace gown styles pictures will make a great reception dress for your white wedding.
Lace is a very interesting fabric, with loads of design and texture options, from guipure/ cord lace to paper lace, net lace and more. Even more interesting is how talented Nigerian tailors and designers create unique, beautiful pieces from even the sheerest/ lightest lace material.
Since dress styles change and evolve, we’ll try to keep this page fresh by updating with the latest lace style trends in Nigeria, so be sure to check from time to time. If you like the outfit styles in this post, please help us share it on social media, so that more people can also see them. Tell your friends too.
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Like Rachel Zoe said, ‘style is a way of saying who you are without having to speak’. The fashion trend in Nigeria is quite unique with a rich and colourful pattern you wouldn’t miss. The fashion industry in Nigeria has always been different mirroring its various lifestyle, ethnic groups, religions and cultures. The Nigerian fashion has really grown with more exposure, standards and styles. In the midst of growing western influence, The industry still stands to blend these two creating wearable and everyday style. A lot of people now work in this fashion industry from clothing designers, fashion stylists, fashion photographers, makeup artists, hairstylists as well as fashion journalists. Fashion weeks (Lagos Fashion and Design Week, GTB fashion and Design week etc.) have emerged in the Nigerian fashion scene. Fashion retailers, fashion enthusiasts and influencers, as well as headliners, attend these shows.
There is a clear difference between traditional clothing and western clothing in Nigeria. Nigerian traditional clothing reflects the culture of the different ethnic groups. In pre-colonial times, Nigerians wore their traditional garb all the time. Now, many Nigerians wear ‘trads’ for special occasions like weddings, work on Friday, religious gathers ‘Church or Mosque’ and so on. The local fabric includes Ankara fabric a 100% cotton filled with vibrant patterns and African motifs. This print is also called Dutch wax or Holland wax, African prints or African wax prints and has become internationally accepted.
Ankara fabrics are made through an Indonesian wax-resist dyeing technique called BATIK. The fabrics come with an imprint of the quality/product on it. You can make the ankara fabric into jumpsuits, dresses, skirts and blouses or even used as an additive.