The Aso Ebi styles have been known as one of the most recognized outfits in the African fashion industry. It is traditionally worn by Africans, especially Nigerians and is usually made with lace fabrics.
The Aso Ebi styles are said to have originated from the Yoruba's. They are unique dresses and are called Aso ebi, a Yoruba phrase meaning 'family cloth' because they represent unity among those wearing them.
However, they are now being used by strangers around the world to attend different events, as they are a regular feature at parties, weddings, funerals, and traditional ceremonies.
The lemon green Aso Ebi styles are very colourful and catchy to the eyes. Using a lemon green fabric to make an Aso ebi will make you stand out in any event you wish to attend, as you will leave people stunned in such colourful dress.
These trending Also Ebi lemon green styles can also be complemented with accessories such as jewelries, shades, heels, bags, etc.
However designers should be mindful of the colour combination when using it with another fabric in order not to cause a 'fashion disaster', as there are different shades of the lemon green fabric.
So what are you waiting for?. Make this month exciting by checking out these lemon green Aso Ebi styles and have your designer make one for you. I bet you that you won't regret making such decision.
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