The aso oke fabric is the traditional wear of the Yoruba people of Nigeria. The cloth is worn on very special occasions, and the name directly translates to "cloth of high status." It is no wonder, then, that many Nigerians don the latest aso oke designs during their weddings.
Africans are slowly going back to their roots, and this is evident in our dressing styles. As Africans, we have learnt to appreciate our culture, and this can be seen in our dressing. Indigenous African fabrics are all the rage right now, and this is why many couples opt for their native fabrics to mark their big day.
Aso oke designs for bride and groom
Here are the latest aso oke for Yoruba traditional wedding styles.
1. Miami teal outfit for the couple
This is a simple design that will intrigue any couple that does not like too much accessorizing.
2. Cool blue ensemble
It's your big day- go all out with this amazing ensemble that features pearls and cool accessories.
3. Amazing outfit with matching accessories
You may decide to go the simple route - but don't forget to accessorize a bit. Pick jewellery that stands out to give your cool look a striking appeal.
4. Who knew grey would be perfect!
Although mostly overlooked grey would make a perfect colour for a wedding. It gives off that subtle aesthetic appeal that will have all eyes on you.
5. Sexy red
If you are bold enough, go for this smouldering red look that will have all your enemies green with envy.
6. Pure royalty!
Nothing screams royalty as much as the colour purple. Remind your guests that you are the stars of the occasion by going for this daring design.
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Aso oke designs for brides
Everyone knows that a wedding's main star is the bride. If you are looking for some aso oke designs for ladies that will ensure that you stand out during your wedding, then you have come to the right place. Here are superb aso oke for wedding dress designs.
1. A bold look
This bold look combines different colours, patterns, and designs to create an outstanding outfit that will have all eyes on you.
2. Simple and elegant
A simple outfit like this coupled with a light shawl is a nice option that you should consider.
3. An off-shoulder gem
The off-shoulder trend has made it into the wedding industry as well, and is it not fascinating?
4. Blue bedazzled dress
If you would like to really stand out, go for a short bedazzled dress like this one. Show off those beautiful legs!
5. Mellow yellow awesomeness
Yellow is an amazing colour. Coupled with the lace and flowery design, this dress is one to watch out for.
6. Amazing for the bride and her bridesmaids
Don't just slay alone. Ensure your bridesmaids are also looking great by having them wear something similar to your dress - just make sure that they don't steal the show.
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Aso-oke designs with beads
These incredible pictures of beaded aso oke dresses will sweep you off your feet.
1. Pretty in pink
This elegant off-shoulder dress perfectly defines what the bride is - a queen!
2. One for the ones who are a bit extra
This bold look will definitely turn heads.
3. Beaded from head to toe
This beautiful, elegant dress will have everyone gasping at your trendiness.
Aso oke designs for men
The groom should also stand out. Check out these designs for the latest aso oke in Nigeria for men.
1. Elegant in white
The groom can match the bride's white gown by going for this simple outfit that speaks volumes.
2. The true Yoruba man
This is a popular outfit choice in Yoruba weddings. This type of outfit will never go out of style.
3. Bold in orange
Who knew that orange would be such a great colour for a groom's outfit? The colour really pops and coupled with the cane, this outfit will definitely turn heads and get the ladies thinking, "I wish he wasn't getting married."
Which of these aso oke designs did you like the best? Let us know in the comments section below.
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