Do you have an upcoming ceremony? If yes keep reading because you’re about to see the latest Ankara Aso Ebi styles you can wear to slay. Aso Ebi in Yoruba means family cloth. It refers to a uniform garment usually worn in Nigerian and other West African cultures to show solidarity and camaraderie during social gatherings. The literal meaning, family cloth, explains why family, friends, relatives, and other associates of hosts wear Aso Ebi during ceremonies.
Nowadays, Aso Ebi is not exclusive to the Yoruba culture alone. Other West African cultures now incorporate the uniform dressing culture to spice up their social occasions. Ankara is fabric worn as a uniform during ceremonies. Depending on the hosts, any fabric can be used for Aso Ebi but the common ones are lace, George, and Ankara. In other words, you can pick any of the fabrics mentioned above, to recreate your fashion style that will match your body curve.
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