Looking for trendy and latest aso-ebi styles to turn heads at your next occasion, you’re going to love the outfits we picked out for you in this post. If you’re a bride looking for aso-ebi fabric and colour combination ideas, you’ll find many of them here. Swipe or scroll down for our curation of what’s trending at stylish and celebrity weddings. This post is divided into 2 parts – first, a video gallery of 100 aso-ebi styles and the second part showcases 10 beautiful celebrity wedding guest aso-ebi outfits. Enjoy! Press play on the video below, to see the latest aso-ebi styles for Nigerian wedding.
PART B: 10 More Photos of Latest Aso-ebi and Gele Styles
#1 & 2: Nollywood Actress Mercy Aigbe’s Long Gown Aso-ebi Styles
#3, 4: Trendy Fitted Aso-ebi Dresses Spotted at #BamTeddy Wedding
#5, 6: Hot Off-Shoulder Aso-ebi Styles Accessorized with Gele
#7, 8: Beautiful Celebrity Lace Aso-ebi Styles at Mo Abudu’s Daughter’s Wedding
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Why Nigerian Women Always Search for the Latest Aso-ebi Styles
Every stylish Nigerian or African woman prefers cut-and-sew (custom-tailored) or couture outfits because she just wants her own dress to look different from the mass-produced ready-to-wear outfits or English-ready-made-dresses. To some, especially, non-Nigerians, this may be a good or bad thing, but that’s just how fashion-savvy African women are wired.
At many Nigerian weddings, friends and family of the celebrants are required to show solidarity, or better still, identify their closeness to the bride and groom by wearing outfits in coordinated fabrics and colours.
Imagine how a gathering would look like if every guest was wearing the exact, same fabric (colour and pattern) and all sewn in a similar design? Well, that’s why female Nigerian wedding guests are always looking for new dress styles and latest fashion ideas, in order to stand out in the sea of sameness called wedding guests’ aso-ebi.
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