Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Aso-oke goes hot! in Ombre!!!

The Aso-Oke fabric is a hand loomed cloth woven by the Yoruba people of South West Nigeria. There are 3 major types of Aso-Oke: Alaari, Sanyan & Etu, usually worn for ceremonies in Yoruba land....


Over the years, the Aso-Oke has evolved into a fashion item- A fashion "must-use" for every traditional wedding by the Bride and Groom...

The Aso-Oke design screaming TRENDY and CLASSY in 2014  is the Ombre ......."Ombre" is a French word which means "shading" or having shades of a particular colour, graduating from light to dark. E.g , a Blue Ombre will have various blue shades- turquoise,sky,navy..... while Pink Ombre will have Fushia, Rose etc

BLUE OMBRE
 










PINK OMBRE



The Ombre effect on Aso-Oke is simply amazing, as it brings out the beauty in every outfit its matched with. Why don't you all take a sit back, relax as i take you on an OMBRE tour...
















7 comments:

dayour said...

Fabulous Saffy. Kip it up

Anonymous said...

I love your aso ebi posts

Afolabi Tosyne said...

Wow. I love ombre and I can't believe its in aso oke now, that's just fab!
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SassySaffy said...

@Tosin, it is o, the best thing about the Ombre Aso-Oke is that it brings out the best in any colour it is combined with.

Petite Diva said...

I like the ombre trend for aso oke. I never noticed it but i would try to be on the look out for other items. I like the pink ombre nails and gown.

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Anonymous said...

Obre... I am getting married in November. I must use the Ombre....Am thinking Red Ombre

Anonymous said...

Nice post