Stunning Aso Ebi Onion Colour Styles And Designs For The Ladies.
By Gigi'sfashionworld | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 19659 views
Firstly, what is Aso Ebi?. The word Aso in yoruba means cloth, while ebi means family, so which means that Aso ebi can be described as a family cloth, usually worn during family ceremonies, weddings, event and so on. In recent times, the Aso ebi colour at some weddings and special occasions is the trending onion colour, also called pink onion or onion purple by some people, that's because the colour can be likened, to the pale pink flesh of an onion.
The Aso ebi owambe onion colour styles, is a very sophisticated and exquisite colour, that will make one stand out and be the center of attraction, at whatever event or occasion one might be. The aso ebi onion colour, is also loved and known, for its versatility and works on every skin tone.
Take a look at some of these, stylish Aso ebi onion colour styles and designs.
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