Aso Ebi is a Nigerian outfit made from matching fabric with same color, and pattern worn by a group of people to events such as; weddings, naming ceremony, coronation, funeral or other special occasions. This matching outfit shows oneness within the groups of people wearing it.
Aso Ebi has come a long way, as far back as it's origin. Initially the trend was practiced at funerals to identify the immediate family and relatives in such occasion. But today we see Aso Ebi almost in every occassion, it has grown beyond just family, even friends and aquantances of the celebrate wear it to add color and beauty to the event of the day..
Aso Ebi can be made from different fabrics, such as lace, Ankara, Adire, etc. Today we will be sharing with you stunning lace Aso Ebi Styles for classic Fashionistas. These amazing styles will give you that perfect looks you desire sit back and have a view of them and be inspired!
Scroll down and make your choice from these collections of lace Aso Ebi Styles....
There you have it ladies, show any of the style to your tailor so they can replicate it for you for you next Owambe. Don't forget to like and share this article with your friends as well. Thank you for your time.
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