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Battabox Explores the World of Aso Ebi with a Fabric Merchant in Lagos | Watch

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When you think of planning a Nigerian wedding or a party, the first thing that comes to mind is showcasing the Nigerian culture with gorgeous Aso Ebi styles and flamboyant colors. Although the Aso-Ebi concept started from Nigeria,many African countries have started to embrace it.

“Aso-ebi makes your event colorful and gives guests a sense of belonging”

Battabox presenter Odunayo speaks to a fabric merchant in Lagos, Nike Atobatele, the CEO of VOS Fabrics who speaks extensively one AsoEbi and why Nigerians are so obsessed with it.

“What is in vogue now is tulle lace,” says Nike “A lot of people come to ask for this,” she continues as she shows Odunayo a really beautiful lace fabric

But the major challenge in picking out the perfect Asoebi lies in the variety of styles and colors one has to select from.

“If you want to wear ankara and you don’t want plain ankara, you can go for this,” says Nike

Watch below.

5 Comments

  1. chika

    June 29, 2016 at 10:02 pm

    Ok…..This girl is getting better by the day.

    good job

  2. Joe best

    June 30, 2016 at 1:52 pm

    Pls you guys should give me d contact details of one Agbo girl u guys posted sometimes ago on ur side..

    • Sky Blue

      June 30, 2016 at 6:00 pm

      She actually has an Instagram page. Under the handle @sobonton_herbal.

  3. Fleur

    June 30, 2016 at 2:56 pm

    As I am watching the video, I find myself fixated on the young lady helping her in the store. She has this look of contained excitement on her face and is working so hard to please madam. May God bless your hustle young woman.

  4. faday

    June 30, 2016 at 7:58 pm

    Na wah oo. When person never chop. Hmmmm. Please this presenter should improve her diction and grammar,

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