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How To Successfully Slay a Multicoloured Àsooke For Your Traditional Wedding

You might wonder : Is wearing a Multicoloured Àsooke for a traditional wedding proper? Oh yes dear! YES! You can absolutely wear a multicoloured Àsooke for a traditional wedding.

Àsooke (ah-shaw-okay) is a handwoven fabric popular among the Yoruba tribe in Nigeria. Àsooke which means “Top Cloth” in English has always being a part of traditional weddings and event in the Yoruba Tribe.

Àsooke is from the Yoruba culture in Kwara, Kogi, Ondo, Oyo, Ogun, Ekiti, Lagos, and Osun States in western Nigeria.

Rocking a multicoloured Àsooke for your Trad wedding is simply easy.

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Edens Glam is the makeup artist behind this look and she did a very good job in matching her makeup with her outfit. Focusing attention under the eye, she applied a blue colour pop to compliment her outfit.

There’s also a rule to rocking multicolored outfits successfully and that is accessories.

Making use of necklace and earrings from traditional beads is also very important to slay that beauty look successfully.

See photos below :

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