Yes, “Adire Speaks English”! View the Unconventional Collection by New Nigerian Designer – Obeampeh Couture

Obeampeh Couture 2016 Collection - BellaNaija - Januray2016001Look out everyone – there’s a new fashion label that’s pushing the traditional use of the African fabric, Adire.

Fashion label – Obeampeh Couture by Oyebimpe Oyewole presents its collection for Autumn/Winter 2016, and the brand definitely makes use of some original aesthetics.

The fashion label presents new designs of wedding gowns, boxy tops, floor-length skirts, midi-dresses and more, that show a clear ethos distinction from other fashion brands. Obeampeh has some pieces that can definitely work in any wardrobe, but also has some pieces that can only be rocked by the daring fashion lover.

Check out the collection below and let us know what you think of the unique pieces.

 

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To find out more about the Obeampeh Couture fashion brand, follow them on Instagram: @Obeampeh | Call: 08031503198

9 Comments on Yes, “Adire Speaks English”! View the Unconventional Collection by New Nigerian Designer – Obeampeh Couture
  • Tosin January 11, 2016 at 11:11 am

    omoge!

  • Mz Titilitious January 11, 2016 at 11:38 am

    all nice and wearable

      • whocares January 11, 2016 at 3:04 pm

        @newbride- lmaooooooooooo. let me try the second link cos that first one is all kinds and shades of *throw hands to the heavens cos i no fit* the second one clearly you cannot wear them together. ko make sense. the skirt on a nice summer day to a cocktail and lots of top options? even to a wedding gan sef or any party that catches one’s fancy with those girl sandals. the top.. a pair of jeans, a pair of dungarees (call me mental but I see it working), a short flayed skirt, or any edgy skirt a person possesses that isnt clingy or too long or even a pencil skirt that is high waisted.. I would change the sleeves somehow I do not like them as they are, I would want them to droop more and be even more dramatic.. as to that first outfit in the first link ehn? Iyen koja agbara mi o (that one pass my power) lol.
        I do like them, but the head things were soo distracting and unnecessary. still i love them.. isnt there a way to get all these lovely clothes outside of nigeria (and at dare i say not too expensive prices too? some of us are penny pinchers but we like better thing o)

      • flames January 11, 2016 at 3:04 pm

        Of course u can wear them anywhere, maybe not 2geda but as separates or if u’re daring enough and confident enough with the right body shape, u might pull it off

  • Phoebe January 11, 2016 at 2:19 pm

    Lol 😀

  • Tunde January 11, 2016 at 4:18 pm

    Like the writer rightly said.. “daring”. And very imaginative designs. Kudos my dear, now the work has just or truly started. Now is not the time to rest….. ?????

  • Na wa for una January 12, 2016 at 12:30 am

    Na wa.

  • Mrs Haastrup January 12, 2016 at 3:55 am

    It is kind of okay,not giving me the wow factor and the styles or designs,anybody can sew that for someone that calls herself a designer.What happen to ironing and making it look (talking about the second to the last pic) presentable?

    Finishing touches matters A LOT. The ONLY one i love is the 1st one but without the buba..

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