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You can recreate your style as many times as there are outfits in the world. I think for that reason we all love fashion.

I recreate myself, that’s my only power.

Hello style lovers! Happy Father’s Day.

How is your weekend going? Mine was going well until my dressmaker disappointed me. I nearly cried, lol! the worst part is that she wasn’t around to give me an explanation and i had to wait for about three hours only for her apprentice to come back saying her madam went for a wedding and will be going for choir rehearsal afterwards. Have had worst experience with a tailor i gave my NYSC uniform to sew and i even paid in full till date havn’t seen the clothe neither have i seen my money.
Will Nigerian tailors ever change?

For consistency, i decided to write about this gorgeous aso-ebi style i re-created some weeks back.
style is relative, and one should harness his/her own personal style everytime. Ofcourse, we can dish out styles from others but we still have some work to do to achieve a personal style. One of the simplest way to achieve a personal look is by re-creating another style or look. This is done by getting a material and making a customize outfit. The aso-ebi styles are parts of our vast society, history, culture and is one of the easiest way to look good and stylish and you don’t have to wait for a wedding invitation to purchase a good fabric which you can make into a fabulous and mesmerizing style.


The question is how will you get an idea for a fabulous style? We have lots of aso-ebi pages on Instagram and other social media platforms. Its important you note that when picking a style that is worn and is properly sewn you still have to make that style into your own personal style. Remember, don’t just copy but, re-create. Also, you need a good dressmaker to do the sewing for you(if your not one).

This is how i slayed my aso-ebi made from beaded lace fabric i got from the popular Oshodi market. I re-created the style by adding a base fabric to the waist line.


Beaded lace: 3yards x 2000nairs

Shoes: Steve madden

How do you like this outfit? Would you like to see more aso-ebi style on the blog? let us know.

Until next time…AM LEE

HELLO LOVELIES! My name is Lydia Ekeng and I am a Nigerian. I am a scientist, a seamstress and a lover of fashion. I am inspired by myself( when I say myself I mean my passion for fashion) and everything I see around me. I love to dress up and I am here to show us how to look stylish with what is already in our closet and what we can afford. STAY WITH ME... LOVE YOU.


  • Odawayi

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    Cool creative style

  • Lynda

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    Nice one

    • Lydia Ekeng

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      married woman, this style is for you ohhhhh! guys please she is taken. lolz! (running away)

  • diflucanbuyrxxd

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