Aso Ebi is a gown that is traditionally worn in Nigeria and other African countries and commonly made using lace fabric.
The Aso Ebi is said to have originated from the Yoruba's and are still been used by them even in this present times. It is used as an indicator of cooperation and solidarity during ceremonies and festivals.
They are called Aso Ebi, a Yoruba phrase, meaning 'family cloth'. However, it is no longer recognised as a family cloth, as strangers can now wear these Aso Ebi styles to events.
I have carefully selected some trending and breathtaking Aso Ebi styles that will make you flawless in any event you wish to attend this week.
These Aso Ebi styles are mostly used to attend weddings, parties funerals or any traditional event.
From the off-shoulder aso ebi to short and long gown styles, the Aso Ebi styles have gained recognition and respect in the fashion industry.
These latest Aso Ebi styles can also be complemented with accessories such as heels, bags, jewelries, beads, "gele", etc.
So, what are you waiting for?. This week will be much fun if you carefully go through latest Aso Ebi styles and have your designer make one of them for you.
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