Hello divas, we bring to you this special style compilations from the southern part of Nigeria. The style we have for you today is the traditional Isi Agu (lion head) fabrics. The southern part of Nigeria is dominated by the Igbo tribe and they rock this fabric to grace big traditional occasions.
This fabric is as ancient as the Igbo kingdom and it represents their cultural heritage. Both the men and women can rock this fabric whatever style they want. They can combine it with plain fabrics especially lace fabrics.
We made some fascinating styles collection that you can rock your Isi Agu fabrics, some are rock as skirts and blouse, others as gown, there are the kimono styles, the after wear jacket combined with chiffon. We also have some cap which is designed with the fabric and as well as cake made of the patterns on the fabric.
This fabric is not limited to particular gender, it is rock by men and women and also children. The trend in the fashion industry had made it beautiful to rock your Isi Agu fabric your choice of style and we have loads of style for your today, check them out below.
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