- Traditionally, a bride from the Yoruba tribe in Nigeria dresses in her native attire popularly known as Aso Oke to her traditional wedding ceremony.
- Aso Oke, a hand loomed cloth woven by the Yoruba people of western Nigeria. Also worn on important occasions such as coronations, burials and other important occasions.
- At Aduke Alaso Oke, we help bride who dare to look outstanding on their traditional wedding day by giving them unique and creatively woven aso oke!
- We provide you (bride)with the right Aso Oke fabrics for your geele, ipele and iro to match your attire.
Fabrics: Aso Oke made with Sanyan
Geele - 1
Ipele - 1
Iro - 1
Length: 90 inch
Note: Client can choose from our numerous pattern and design
A month prior notice will help us serve you better