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49 Gorgeous Lace Aso Ebi Styles for Ladies Who Love to Slay

Do you have a wedding coming up? Has the bride already given you her aso ebi? Or you plan to buy it soon? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you must be searching for the perfect lace aso ebi styles to sew and wear to that occasion.

Toke Makinwa rocking a purple lace aso ebi long gown

If that is the case, you’ve come to the right place.

Where do you find amazing style inspo to ensure you are perceived as the gorgeous beaut that you are?

Svelte Magazine, of course!

lady wearing a white lace long gown with red gele

And to prove we’re all about enhancing your look, we bring to your screen gorgeous lace aso ebi styles you can wear to any gathering and slay effortlessly.

lady in a green lace long gown with matching gele

Be it a wedding or a thanksgiving service in church, these styles will ensure you don’t walk by without winning admiration.

lady in a sea-greenlace aso ebi long gown

So, be ready to download these images or use your screenshot button because these lace aso ebi styles are all you need to slay at that event.

beautiful lady in a red lace aso ebi long gown

Shall we go ahead and see them already?

Why not?

But first, let’s remind ourselves what the concept of lace aso ebi is.

What is Lace Fabric?

lady wearing white lace aso ebi flowing gown with white gele

Lace is a patterned fabric produced with machines and some intricate handiwork which involves looping, braiding or twisting a thread.

lady wearing purple lace aso ebi long gown

It is often made from silk, cotton or rayon and comes in different colours. Furthermore, it has a unique embroidered pattern with visible spaces in between the weaves.

lady in a pink lace aso ebi dress with slit

There are different types of lace fabric. However, the ones people usually use as uniform to weddings are most times embellished with stones, sequins, floral shapes, beads, etc.

What is Lace Aso Ebi?

lady in a purple lace aso ebi gown

This is simply a uniform attire for occasions made with lace fabric. In Yoruba language, aso ebi means family cloth. It is that garment/material almost everyone who attends a specific ceremony in Nigerian and other West African cultures wear to show solidarity and support for the host.

lady in a pink lace aso ebi long gown with long slit

From the literal meaning, you can tell why family, friends, relatives and other associates of celebrants wear aso ebi during ceremonies.

lady wearing an orange lace aso ebi long gown

However, the purpose of this garment transcends creating a uniform identity during events. It is also a way to add colour and display wealth, status and stylishness during ceremonies.

lady in a silver lace aso ebi long gown

If you’re the one celebrating an event, you may choose to use any fabric for your aso ebi. Nevertheless, the common ones are Ankara, lace and George.

Lace Aso Ebi Styles for Ladies Who Love to Slay

lady in an orange and purple lace aso ebi long gown with slit

Now that you have a background of the latest aso ebi styles, we can now proceed to bless your screen with the style inspo as promised.

lady rocking red lace aso ebi with long slit

Since lace fabric is translucent, you can pair your lace with another fabric to cover your skin. And when your dress is ready, glam up with some nice makeup, beautiful accessories and a matching gele as the case may be.

lady wearing pink lace aso ebi gown

As said earlier, don’t forget to save these pictures so you can show to your seamstress whenever you call at her place.


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