If you are a fashion enthusiast, you would know a thing or two about Aso ebi styles. The Aso means cloths and Ebi means family.
It is a family cloth worn during family ceremonies like weddings, although not only do family members wear it, friends as well or even strangers.
Aso ebi originated from the western part of Nigeria, the Yorubas. Asoebi styles have evolved, you cannot compare the Aso ebi style of 2009 to Asoebi of now.
There are numerous styles of Asoebi which you would see below. Asoebi can now be laced up or even have corset! I know, it is insane and wonderful!
There are even types of Aso ebi, ranging from Aso ebi corset, Aso ebibi velvet, Owambe, lace Aso-Ebi, etc.
ASO-EBI CORSET STYLES INSPO
I know some of you may be wondering “Corset in Asoebi, are they not supposed to be undergarments?” well YES! Again, the Asoebi fashion world is evolving, and so should you. Here are some asoebi corset styles inspo.
Velvet Aso Ebi Styles
This sleek fabric called velvet is sewn with asoebi and can be mixed with lace as well, images below show the outcome of both when it is embedded with lace and just on its own.
Lace Aso Ebi Styles
Lace materials are either sewn on their own or they are used as a cover on another fabric, to add some form of style.
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With all the pictures above, you would have noticed one thing for sure, they all have a bit of everything. What do I mean by everything? They have a bit of lace, a bit of corset, and a bit of velvet as well.
Aso ebi fashion world has evolved greatly and it is still evolving. And as for cost, just get yourself a good tailor, it is not as expensive as you think it is to look good in Aso-Ebi.