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Thinking of Where to Get that Perfect Fabric? B & E Fabrics is the Home of Exclusive Fabrics in Nigeria

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B & E Fabrics (which stands for Blessed & Extraordinary) are curators of exclusive top-notch fabrics in Nigeria. Since its establishment, B & E Fabrics has gradually built a reputation for its range of amazing quality fabrics. Recognised as the preferred destination for those with discerning taste.

The company offers an impressive collection of high quality cloth to the finest tailors, designers and couturiers. We also cater for female asoebi needs. These opulent fabrics are showcased on instagram as we are constantly sourcing and buying the most up to date and in vogue fabrics to meet various clientele. We cater to clients here in Nigeria, UK, US, Kenya, Ghana, France, Germany to mention a few. We offer free delivery on all orders to any part of the world. For that exquisite bride or that show stopping individual, you can trust B & E Fabrics to sort you out, whatever the occasion.

Feed your eyes on some of our collections. Enjoy!

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Reach out to us on the following platforms:
Instagram – @b_and_efabrics
Phone Number – +2348149578981
WhatsApp – +447854884898

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11 Comments

  1. ITK

    May 26, 2017 at 5:17 pm

    Is importation of fabrics not banned? Different rules for different people. Buhari fighting corruption!

  2. caramel chic

    May 26, 2017 at 7:38 pm

    are we all going to continue ignore the fact that we keep importing these things? so bottom line the money isn’t staying in our economy. Don’t get me wrong I understand the women who own the shops are making money. But that is limited. In comparison to the country who manufactueres these things. Can we all start to acknowledege this and maybe try and intentionally suport aso oke or adire…or am I just living in cookoo land?? Don;t we we want to keep the money in our economy??

  3. BEN

    May 26, 2017 at 11:16 pm

    AND TO THINK THIS GIRL IS – EXPENSIVE AND SHE SELLS FABRICS SHE GOT FOR 100 DOLLARS OR LESS FROM TURKEY FOR 600K A YARD!
    DONT EVEN BOTHER YOUR SELF

    • susu

      May 27, 2017 at 3:42 am

      to be fair, importation is what makes the fabric that expensive…

    • Tee

      May 27, 2017 at 8:17 am

      Yeah I asked them awhile back and thought it was a typo! Even 60k is too much talk of 600k ?

    • Lams

      May 28, 2017 at 11:17 am

      As a curious person that I am, decided to call to find out about the 600k a yard fabric lol. Quite polite on the phone and when I asked she laughed, According to her she has no fabric for that price a yard but she does have a coupon fabric for that price which is enough to make 1 dress. So maybe you got the information wrong. She did mention that she usually asks people what their budget is; what they are willing to spend and some say money is not a problem they can afford anything until she sends the fabrics and they start making funny remarks.
      Well if thats the case, you need to base your criticism on correct facts. The fact that you can’t afford it doesn’t mean someone else can’t and if you know where she gets it, then go and get it for yourself simple. Nigerians just like wahala. No be person wey say “if you don’t understand the price of something, then its not meant for you”

  4. Nma

    May 27, 2017 at 12:29 pm

    I did buy a fabric for 50k for 5 yards. So is it not a matter of cutting your coat according to your size? Beautiful fabrics anyway

  5. Rude

    May 28, 2017 at 1:56 am

    Ordered fabric from this girl and she was awful! Rude and acted like she was doing me a favour, on top my money! the fabric was nice but the customer care was really bad. She lost a client because i was all set to order asoebi for my sisters wedding but she turned me off. Hopefully she is better now.

  6. Adilove

    May 28, 2017 at 5:05 am

    If only we would start having the mentality of “teach a person to fish, and they’ll eat for a lifetime” and support a textile industry where we can employ people to create these fabrics within Nigeria! We can’t even have factories and be productive because there isn’t consistent light, it’s so disheartening!

  7. Ara

    May 28, 2017 at 9:54 am

    I was referred by a friend who was impressed with her. Contacted her and we hit it off. She was very warm and oh does she laugh a lot. The fabric also was amazing, have to give it to her, she does have eyes for good fabrics. Although my tailor almost ruined it, but satisfied customer. Referred others to her as well

  8. Dee

    May 28, 2017 at 10:11 am

    Never bought fabric from her but contacted her about starting the business and she was so responsive. She is great. Gave me pointers and where to start from and surprisingly 2 of her contacts she started with. Was quite shocked, kept thanking her. Very simple somebody, like how she does not go about announcing her good deed(s). Wish you all the best, may God continue to bless you.

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