Latest Aso Oke Styles are common features at high class celebrity birthdays, weddings and so on across Nigeria.
Aso oke is a hand woven fabric which has it’s origin from the Yoruba tribe of Western Nigeria. It’s making fast inroads to other African countries as well.
Despite having a long history dating back several decades, the Aso oke fabric remains evergreen, as it keeps reinventing itself.
It has carved a niche for itself in contemporary fashion, holding its own very firmly too. Recognizing this fact, top designers are cashing in, producing breathtaking Aso oke fabric types. And the Aso oke Styles are getting stunningly classier than ever.
Latest Aso Oke styles for traditional wedding are matching outfits for bride and groom made with Aso Oke fabrics. You can also rock these styles as a celebrant of other occasions or as a guest.
Aso Oke comes in different colours such as white, blue, link, green, red, black, peach, gold and so many other colors. Aso Oke styles is highly recognized in Yoruba traditional wedding.
Aso Oke styles look eye-catching when combined with matching accessories. In order to take your Aso Oke dress style to another level, you can get customized handbag, shoe and Hand fan all made with Aso Oke fabric.
For the ladies, you can sew a skirt and blouse, Iro and Buba or even a long gown style with matching Gele for your traditional wedding while the men can go for an Agbada and trousers style with a matching cap also with Aso Oke fabric.
It very important to note some crucial tips that will help you when wearing the Aso oke style:
- Remember that the fabric is very thick.
- Don’t exert yourself or dance too much at such occasions if you are wearing an aso oke outfit.
- Get a place to cool off by an air conditioner or fan when you get all sweaty.
- If you are the kind of person who easily gets all sweaty, then aso oke will be a very bad choice of outfit to go for.