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Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 9:58am On Jul 24, 2019
The are various styles to sew with Adire
cloth are becoming more
innovative and trendsetting
everyday. There is an unmissable
hype on the Adire fabric and it has
gone beyond using plain old Adire
textiles to sew the stereotypical iro and buba,
agbada and bubus etc. Now, more fashionable
ready to wear Adire pieces are popping up
everywhere for stylish millennials.
In 2017 alone, there has been an amazing
trend of styles sewn with different variations of
the Adire fabric.
If you are looking for top styles to sew with
Adire cloth in Nigeria, then you might want to
read this article to the very end, because I
guarantee that I am not about to bore you.
On the Bellafricana platform, we have 3 notable
Adire producers – Delavi Couture, Adire Lounge
and Adire Nation.
You may wonder how or why we have more
than one Adire cloth designer on our network
and maybe you may also be wondering if there
would be some sort of conflict of interest in
promoting the individual brands.
To answer your unasked question, No! There is
absolutely no conflict of interest at all. Each
brand has a unique niche, production design
and method that is peculiar to them alone and
utterly different from the other.
While Adire Nation focuses more on quality
casual ready to wear pieces, Adire Lounge is
more in line with Adire fabric production.
However, she does have some really cool
ready to wear and bespoke pieces that would
leave every Afrocentric fashionista drooling.
The Adire fabric is a modern African clothing
that originated from Yoruba land. Adire in itself
is an indigo dyed textile originally made by the
Yoruba women using various resist dye
methods. There are 2 different types of adire
dyeing;
Adire Oniko includes various methods of resist
dyeing like stitching or tying. Originally, raffia
was used to tie the cloth and secure small
pieces of objects such as stones, seeds or
sticks inside the folded piece of fabric to add to
the resist and give a certain shape or pattern.
Adire Eleko is similar to batik except it
traditionally uses starch as opposed to wax as
a resist dying method. A starched pattern is
attached to only one side of the cloth using a
stencil or freehand.
In the past, the Yoruba men would cut out the
stencils while the women would paint the
fabric.
Talk about division of labor huh?
Adire is an absolutely fun and cheerful fabric
that is (in my opinion) more Afrocentric than
Ankara whose patterns are not exclusive to
Nigeria alone. Every line, pattern and design on
the adire fabric represents something to the
creator.
Just in case you were unaware, the Ankara
fabric is originally from the Netherlands (but
don’t ask, that’s story for another day).
I particularly love the antiquity that the Adire
fabric represents and i’m guessing I am not the
only one. So look out Ankara, Adire is about
ready to kick you to the curb.
Tie and dye is seriously a trendy right now.
Style star Noble Igwe and renowned musician
Adekunle Gold have increased it’s popularity
tremendously. Tennis sisters Serena and Venus
Williams have been spotted with Adire kits, top
fashion designers are sprinkling Adire on some
of their outfits and even singer Iyanya was
spotted rocking a baby pink Adire ensemble on
his last album cover specially designed by
Bellafricana Verified @adirelounge
In the past if my mum had given me an adire
dress to wear to my school end of year party, I
would have flipped and blown my top off. As a
matter of fact, I would have opted out of going
to that party than be caught dead wearing a
“razz” outfit which is what traditional was to
me back then.
Adire was definitely not a cool way to dress
when there were bell bottoms, fancy tops and
clogs to put on. Who wanted to be called razz?
These days I wouldn’t be seen without an
Afrocentric piece on me. I would trade 3 pairs
of jeans for a nice adire dress or jumpsuit… I
tell you.
Fashion designers in Nigeria and beyond have
taken to using Adire fabrics in their various
styles and designs . They come up with new
and innovative styles to sew with adire cloth
both for casual wear and special occasions.
The adire market now offers various styles to
sew with adire cloth for fashionistas and
Afrocentric lovers. Adire is a true Nigerian
thoroughbred. Every dot, line and pattern is
symbolic.
The process of adire production is quite
tedious but it has created massive job
employment in Nigeria. The Adire language is
one many people take delight in speaking.
Afrocentric fashionistas love to wear styles
sewn with adire cloths. There are so many
color options for adire today, however indigo
was the major color used in the past.
I am so glad that adire has found its way to the
millennials, wearing a simple tank top with
tailored adire shorts would make you stand out
in any gathering.
To learn or Buy this Adire oor Kampala Textile Call Bola with number.. 08067233140..
Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 2:59am On Jul 27, 2019
kijames:
The are various styles to sew with Adire
cloth are becoming more
innovative and trendsetting
everyday. There is an unmissable
hype on the Adire fabric and it has
gone beyond using plain old Adire
textiles to sew the stereotypical iro and buba,
agbada and bubus etc. Now, more fashionable
ready to wear Adire pieces are popping up
everywhere for stylish millennials.
In 2017 alone, there has been an amazing
trend of styles sewn with different variations of
the Adire fabric.
If you are looking for top styles to sew with
Adire cloth in Nigeria, then you might want to
read this article to the very end, because I
guarantee that I am not about to bore you.
On the Bellafricana platform, we have 3 notable
Adire producers – Delavi Couture, Adire Lounge
and Adire Nation.
You may wonder how or why we have more
than one Adire cloth designer on our network
and maybe you may also be wondering if there
would be some sort of conflict of interest in
promoting the individual brands.
To answer your unasked question, No! There is
absolutely no conflict of interest at all. Each
brand has a unique niche, production design
and method that is peculiar to them alone and
utterly different from the other.
While Adire Nation focuses more on quality
casual ready to wear pieces, Adire Lounge is
more in line with Adire fabric production.
However, she does have some really cool
ready to wear and bespoke pieces that would
leave every Afrocentric fashionista drooling.
The Adire fabric is a modern African clothing
that originated from Yoruba land. Adire in itself
is an indigo dyed textile originally made by the
Yoruba women using various resist dye
methods. There are 2 different types of adire
dyeing;
Adire Oniko includes various methods of resist
dyeing like stitching or tying. Originally, raffia
was used to tie the cloth and secure small
pieces of objects such as stones, seeds or
sticks inside the folded piece of fabric to add to
the resist and give a certain shape or pattern.
Adire Eleko is similar to batik except it
traditionally uses starch as opposed to wax as
a resist dying method. A starched pattern is
attached to only one side of the cloth using a
stencil or freehand.
In the past, the Yoruba men would cut out the
stencils while the women would paint the
fabric.
Talk about division of labor huh?
Adire is an absolutely fun and cheerful fabric
that is (in my opinion) more Afrocentric than
Ankara whose patterns are not exclusive to
Nigeria alone. Every line, pattern and design on
the adire fabric represents something to the
creator.
Just in case you were unaware, the Ankara
fabric is originally from the Netherlands (but
don’t ask, that’s story for another day).
I particularly love the antiquity that the Adire
fabric represents and i’m guessing I am not the
only one. So look out Ankara, Adire is about
ready to kick you to the curb.
Tie and dye is seriously a trendy right now.
Style star Noble Igwe and renowned musician
Adekunle Gold have increased it’s popularity
tremendously. Tennis sisters Serena and Venus
Williams have been spotted with Adire kits, top
fashion designers are sprinkling Adire on some
of their outfits and even singer Iyanya was
spotted rocking a baby pink Adire ensemble on
his last album cover specially designed by
Bellafricana Verified @adirelounge
In the past if my mum had given me an adire
dress to wear to my school end of year party, I
would have flipped and blown my top off. As a
matter of fact, I would have opted out of going
to that party than be caught dead wearing a
“razz” outfit which is what traditional was to
me back then.
Adire was definitely not a cool way to dress
when there were bell bottoms, fancy tops and
clogs to put on. Who wanted to be called razz?
These days I wouldn’t be seen without an
Afrocentric piece on me. I would trade 3 pairs
of jeans for a nice adire dress or jumpsuit… I
tell you.
Fashion designers in Nigeria and beyond have
taken to using Adire fabrics in their various
styles and designs . They come up with new
and innovative styles to sew with adire cloth
both for casual wear and special occasions.
The adire market now offers various styles to
sew with adire cloth for fashionistas and
Afrocentric lovers. Adire is a true Nigerian
thoroughbred. Every dot, line and pattern is
symbolic.
The process of adire production is quite
tedious but it has created massive job
employment in Nigeria. The Adire language is
one many people take delight in speaking.
Afrocentric fashionistas love to wear styles
sewn with adire cloths. There are so many
color options for adire today, however indigo
was the major color used in the past.
I am so glad that adire has found its way to the
millennials, wearing a simple tank top with
tailored adire shorts would make you stand out
in any gathering.
To learn or Buy this Adire oor Kampala Textile Call Bola with number.. 08067233140..
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call Miss
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 1:45am On Jul 29, 2019
kijames:
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call Miss
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 3:03am On Jul 29, 2019
[quote author=kijames post=80725873][/quote] Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call Miss
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 1:42am On Aug 06, 2019
kijames:
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call Miss
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable and also work as an
apprentice. Call miss bola….....08067233140
Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 1:45am On Aug 06, 2019
[quote author=kijames post=80725873][/quote] Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable and also work as an
apprentice. Call miss bola….....08067233140

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 3:08am On Aug 22, 2019
kijames:
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable and also work as an
apprentice. Call miss bola….....08067233140
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call Miss
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 1:54am On Aug 24, 2019
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth for schools end of the year party or wedding ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it in in a cheaper and avoidable price call M.R.S..Bola.....08067233140..thanks..

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 3:26am On Aug 28, 2019
kijames:
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable and also work as an
apprentice. Call miss bola….....08067233140
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or friday school wears for nursery and primary schools or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 2:12am On Aug 30, 2019
kijames:
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or friday school wears for nursery and primary schools or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or friday school
wears for nursery and primary schools or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..
Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 3:25am On Sep 06, 2019
[quote author=kijames post=80725873][/quote] Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or friday school
wears for nursery and primary schools or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 2:26am On Sep 10, 2019
kijames:
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call Miss
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or friday school
wears for nursery and primary schools or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 9:21am On Oct 09, 2019
kijames:
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call Miss
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call Miss
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 8:44am On Oct 14, 2019
kijames:
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call Miss
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..
Are you looking for a good cloth with good design
for your wedding ceremony, birthday party,event
and other ceremonies for a cheaper price pls
call....bola....08067233140.....09090068371...thank
you..

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 7:35pm On Oct 15, 2019
kijames:
The are various styles to sew with Adire
cloth are becoming more
innovative and trendsetting
everyday. There is an unmissable
hype on the Adire fabric and it has
gone beyond using plain old Adire
textiles to sew the stereotypical iro and buba,
agbada and bubus etc. Now, more fashionable
ready to wear Adire pieces are popping up
everywhere for stylish millennials.
In 2017 alone, there has been an amazing
trend of styles sewn with different variations of
the Adire fabric.
If you are looking for top styles to sew with
Adire cloth in Nigeria, then you might want to
read this article to the very end, because I
guarantee that I am not about to bore you.
On the Bellafricana platform, we have 3 notable
Adire producers – Delavi Couture, Adire Lounge
and Adire Nation.
You may wonder how or why we have more
than one Adire cloth designer on our network
and maybe you may also be wondering if there
would be some sort of conflict of interest in
promoting the individual brands.
To answer your unasked question, No! There is
absolutely no conflict of interest at all. Each
brand has a unique niche, production design
and method that is peculiar to them alone and
utterly different from the other.
While Adire Nation focuses more on quality
casual ready to wear pieces, Adire Lounge is
more in line with Adire fabric production.
However, she does have some really cool
ready to wear and bespoke pieces that would
leave every Afrocentric fashionista drooling.
The Adire fabric is a modern African clothing
that originated from Yoruba land. Adire in itself
is an indigo dyed textile originally made by the
Yoruba women using various resist dye
methods. There are 2 different types of adire
dyeing;
Adire Oniko includes various methods of resist
dyeing like stitching or tying. Originally, raffia
was used to tie the cloth and secure small
pieces of objects such as stones, seeds or
sticks inside the folded piece of fabric to add to
the resist and give a certain shape or pattern.
Adire Eleko is similar to batik except it
traditionally uses starch as opposed to wax as
a resist dying method. A starched pattern is
attached to only one side of the cloth using a
stencil or freehand.
In the past, the Yoruba men would cut out the
stencils while the women would paint the
fabric.
Talk about division of labor huh?
Adire is an absolutely fun and cheerful fabric
that is (in my opinion) more Afrocentric than
Ankara whose patterns are not exclusive to
Nigeria alone. Every line, pattern and design on
the adire fabric represents something to the
creator.
Just in case you were unaware, the Ankara
fabric is originally from the Netherlands (but
don’t ask, that’s story for another day).
I particularly love the antiquity that the Adire
fabric represents and i’m guessing I am not the
only one. So look out Ankara, Adire is about
ready to kick you to the curb.
Tie and dye is seriously a trendy right now.
Style star Noble Igwe and renowned musician
Adekunle Gold have increased it’s popularity
tremendously. Tennis sisters Serena and Venus
Williams have been spotted with Adire kits, top
fashion designers are sprinkling Adire on some
of their outfits and even singer Iyanya was
spotted rocking a baby pink Adire ensemble on
his last album cover specially designed by
Bellafricana Verified @adirelounge
In the past if my mum had given me an adire
dress to wear to my school end of year party, I
would have flipped and blown my top off. As a
matter of fact, I would have opted out of going
to that party than be caught dead wearing a
“razz” outfit which is what traditional was to
me back then.
Adire was definitely not a cool way to dress
when there were bell bottoms, fancy tops and
clogs to put on. Who wanted to be called razz?
These days I wouldn’t be seen without an
Afrocentric piece on me. I would trade 3 pairs
of jeans for a nice adire dress or jumpsuit… I
tell you.
Fashion designers in Nigeria and beyond have
taken to using Adire fabrics in their various
styles and designs . They come up with new
and innovative styles to sew with adire cloth
both for casual wear and special occasions.
The adire market now offers various styles to
sew with adire cloth for fashionistas and
Afrocentric lovers. Adire is a true Nigerian
thoroughbred. Every dot, line and pattern is
symbolic.
The process of adire production is quite
tedious but it has created massive job
employment in Nigeria. The Adire language is
one many people take delight in speaking.
Afrocentric fashionistas love to wear styles
sewn with adire cloths. There are so many
color options for adire today, however indigo
was the major color used in the past.
I am so glad that adire has found its way to the
millennials, wearing a simple tank top with
tailored adire shorts would make you stand out
in any gathering.
To learn or Buy this Adire oor Kampala Textile Call Bola with number.. 08067233140..
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call Miss
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 5:06pm On Oct 30, 2019
[quote author=kijames post=80725873][/quote] Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call Miss
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..

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Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 2:54pm On Feb 23, 2020
kijames:
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call Miss
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call Miss
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 3:27pm On May 20, 2020
kijames:
The are various styles to sew with Adire
cloth are becoming more
innovative and trendsetting
everyday. There is an unmissable
hype on the Adire fabric and it has
gone beyond using plain old Adire
textiles to sew the stereotypical iro and buba,
agbada and bubus etc. Now, more fashionable
ready to wear Adire pieces are popping up
everywhere for stylish millennials.
In 2017 alone, there has been an amazing
trend of styles sewn with different variations of
the Adire fabric.
If you are looking for top styles to sew with
Adire cloth in Nigeria, then you might want to
read this article to the very end, because I
guarantee that I am not about to bore you.
On the Bellafricana platform, we have 3 notable
Adire producers – Delavi Couture, Adire Lounge
and Adire Nation.
You may wonder how or why we have more
than one Adire cloth designer on our network
and maybe you may also be wondering if there
would be some sort of conflict of interest in
promoting the individual brands.
To answer your unasked question, No! There is
absolutely no conflict of interest at all. Each
brand has a unique niche, production design
and method that is peculiar to them alone and
utterly different from the other.
While Adire Nation focuses more on quality
casual ready to wear pieces, Adire Lounge is
more in line with Adire fabric production.
However, she does have some really cool
ready to wear and bespoke pieces that would
leave every Afrocentric fashionista drooling.
The Adire fabric is a modern African clothing
that originated from Yoruba land. Adire in itself
is an indigo dyed textile originally made by the
Yoruba women using various resist dye
methods. There are 2 different types of adire
dyeing;
Adire Oniko includes various methods of resist
dyeing like stitching or tying. Originally, raffia
was used to tie the cloth and secure small
pieces of objects such as stones, seeds or
sticks inside the folded piece of fabric to add to
the resist and give a certain shape or pattern.
Adire Eleko is similar to batik except it
traditionally uses starch as opposed to wax as
a resist dying method. A starched pattern is
attached to only one side of the cloth using a
stencil or freehand.
In the past, the Yoruba men would cut out the
stencils while the women would paint the
fabric.
Talk about division of labor huh?
Adire is an absolutely fun and cheerful fabric
that is (in my opinion) more Afrocentric than
Ankara whose patterns are not exclusive to
Nigeria alone. Every line, pattern and design on
the adire fabric represents something to the
creator.
Just in case you were unaware, the Ankara
fabric is originally from the Netherlands (but
don’t ask, that’s story for another day).
I particularly love the antiquity that the Adire
fabric represents and i’m guessing I am not the
only one. So look out Ankara, Adire is about
ready to kick you to the curb.
Tie and dye is seriously a trendy right now.
Style star Noble Igwe and renowned musician
Adekunle Gold have increased it’s popularity
tremendously. Tennis sisters Serena and Venus
Williams have been spotted with Adire kits, top
fashion designers are sprinkling Adire on some
of their outfits and even singer Iyanya was
spotted rocking a baby pink Adire ensemble on
his last album cover specially designed by
Bellafricana Verified @adirelounge
In the past if my mum had given me an adire
dress to wear to my school end of year party, I
would have flipped and blown my top off. As a
matter of fact, I would have opted out of going
to that party than be caught dead wearing a
“razz” outfit which is what traditional was to
me back then.
Adire was definitely not a cool way to dress
when there were bell bottoms, fancy tops and
clogs to put on. Who wanted to be called razz?
These days I wouldn’t be seen without an
Afrocentric piece on me. I would trade 3 pairs
of jeans for a nice adire dress or jumpsuit… I
tell you.
Fashion designers in Nigeria and beyond have
taken to using Adire fabrics in their various
styles and designs . They come up with new
and innovative styles to sew with adire cloth
both for casual wear and special occasions.
The adire market now offers various styles to
sew with adire cloth for fashionistas and
Afrocentric lovers. Adire is a true Nigerian
thoroughbred. Every dot, line and pattern is
symbolic.
The process of adire production is quite
tedious but it has created massive job
employment in Nigeria. The Adire language is
one many people take delight in speaking.
Afrocentric fashionistas love to wear styles
sewn with adire cloths. There are so many
color options for adire today, however indigo
was the major color used in the past.
I am so glad that adire has found its way to the
millennials, wearing a simple tank top with
tailored adire shorts would make you stand out
in any gathering.
To learn or Buy this Adire oor Kampala Textile Call Bola with number.. 08067233140..
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call Miss
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 9:08am On May 22, 2020
kijames:
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call Miss
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call Miss
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 11:08am On May 29, 2020
[quote author=kijames post=80725873][/quote] Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call Miss
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 12:00pm On Jun 30, 2020
kijames:
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call Miss
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable and also work as an
apprentice. Call Mrs bola….....08067233140

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 12:02pm On Jun 30, 2020
[quote author=kijames post=80725873][/quote] Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable and also work as an
apprentice. Call mrs bola….....08067233140

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 7:23am On Jul 23, 2020
kijames:
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call mrs
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 6:56pm On Mar 11, 2021
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth for schools end of f the year party or wedding ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it in in a cheaper and avoidable price call Miss Bola.....08067233140..thanks..

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 6:57pm On Mar 11, 2021
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth for schools end of f the year party or wedding ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it in in a cheaper and avoidable price call M.r.s Bola.....08067233140..thanks..

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 2:11pm On Mar 20, 2021
[quote author=kijames post=80981750] Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable and also work as an
apprentice. Call miss bola….... Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call M,r.s
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 7:26pm On Apr 28, 2021
kijames:
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call Miss
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 7:36pm On Apr 28, 2021
The are various styles to sew with Adire
cloth are becoming more
innovative and trendsetting
everyday. There is an unmissable
hype on the Adire fabric and it has
gone beyond using plain old Adire
textiles to sew the stereotypical iro and buba,
agbada and bubus etc. Now, more fashionable
ready to wear Adire pieces are popping up
everywhere for stylish millennials.
In 2017 alone, there has been an amazing
trend of styles sewn with different variations of
the Adire fabric.
If you are looking for top styles to sew with
Adire cloth in Nigeria, then you might want to
read this article to the very end, because I
guarantee that I am not about to bore you.
On the Bellafricana platform, we have 3 notable
Adire producers – Delavi Couture, Adire Lounge
and Adire Nation.
You may wonder how or why we have more
than one Adire cloth designer on our network
and maybe you may also be wondering if there
would be some sort of conflict of interest in
promoting the individual brands.
To answer your unasked question, No! There is
absolutely no conflict of interest at all. Each
brand has a unique niche, production design
and method that is peculiar to them alone and
utterly different from the other.
While Adire Nation focuses more on quality
casual ready to wear pieces, Adire Lounge is
more in line with Adire fabric production.
However, she does have some really cool
ready to wear and bespoke pieces that would
leave every Afrocentric fashionista drooling.
The Adire fabric is a modern African clothing
that originated from Yoruba land. Adire in itself
is an indigo dyed textile originally made by the
Yoruba women using various resist dye
methods. There are 2 different types of adire
dyeing;
Adire Oniko includes various methods of resist
dyeing like stitching or tying. Originally, raffia
was used to tie the cloth and secure small
pieces of objects such as stones, seeds or
sticks inside the folded piece of fabric to add to
the resist and give a certain shape or pattern.
Adire Eleko is similar to batik except it
traditionally uses starch as opposed to wax as
a resist dying method. A starched pattern is
attached to only one side of the cloth using a
stencil or freehand.
In the past, the Yoruba men would cut out the
stencils while the women would paint the
fabric.
Talk about division of labor huh?
Adire is an absolutely fun and cheerful fabric
that is (in my opinion) more Afrocentric than
Ankara whose patterns are not exclusive to
Nigeria alone. Every line, pattern and design on
the adire fabric represents something to the
creator.
Just in case you were unaware, the Ankara
fabric is originally from the Netherlands (but
don’t ask, that’s story for another day).
I particularly love the antiquity that the Adire
fabric represents and i’m guessing I am not the
only one. So look out Ankara, Adire is about
ready to kick you to the curb.
Tie and dye is seriously a trendy right now.
Style star Noble Igwe and renowned musician
Adekunle Gold have increased it’s popularity
tremendously. Tennis sisters Serena and Venus
Williams have been spotted with Adire kits, top
fashion designers are sprinkling Adire on some
of their outfits and even singer Iyanya was
spotted rocking a baby pink Adire ensemble on
his last album cover specially designed by
Bellafricana Verified @adirelounge
In the past if my mum had given me an adire
dress to wear to my school end of year party, I
would have flipped and blown my top off. As a
matter of fact, I would have opted out of going
to that party than be caught dead wearing a
“razz” outfit which is what traditional was to
me back then.
Adire was definitely not a cool way to dress
when there were bell bottoms, fancy tops and
clogs to put on. Who wanted to be called razz?
These days I wouldn’t be seen without an
Afrocentric piece on me. I would trade 3 pairs
of jeans for a nice adire dress or jumpsuit… I
tell you.
Fashion designers in Nigeria and beyond have
taken to using Adire fabrics in their various
styles and designs . They come up with new
and innovative styles to sew with adire cloth
both for casual wear and special occasions.
The adire market now offers various styles to
sew with adire cloth for fashionistas and
Afrocentric lovers. Adire is a true Nigerian
thoroughbred. Every dot, line and pattern is
symbolic.
The process of adire production is quite
tedious but it has created massive job
employment in Nigeria. The Adire language is
one many people take delight in speaking.
Afrocentric fashionistas love to wear styles
sewn with adire cloths. There are so many
color options for adire today, however indigo
was the major color used in the past.
I am so glad that adire has found its way to the
millennials, wearing a simple tank top with
tailored adire shorts would make you stand out
in any gathering.
To learn or Buy this Adire oor Kampala Textile Call Bola with number.. 08067233140..

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 12:50pm On Nov 05, 2021
kijames:
The are various styles to sew with Adire
cloth are becoming more
innovative and trendsetting
everyday. There is an unmissable
hype on the Adire fabric and it has
gone beyond using plain old Adire
textiles to sew the stereotypical iro and buba,
agbada and bubus etc. Now, more fashionable
ready to wear Adire pieces are popping up
everywhere for stylish millennials.
In 2017 alone, there has been an amazing
trend of styles sewn with different variations of
the Adire fabric.
If you are looking for top styles to sew with
Adire cloth in Nigeria, then you might want to
read this article to the very end, because I
guarantee that I am not about to bore you.
On the Bellafricana platform, we have 3 notable
Adire producers – Delavi Couture, Adire Lounge
and Adire Nation.
You may wonder how or why we have more
than one Adire cloth designer on our network
and maybe you may also be wondering if there
would be some sort of conflict of interest in
promoting the individual brands.
To answer your unasked question, No! There is
absolutely no conflict of interest at all. Each
brand has a unique niche, production design
and method that is peculiar to them alone and
utterly different from the other.
While Adire Nation focuses more on quality
casual ready to wear pieces, Adire Lounge is
more in line with Adire fabric production.
However, she does have some really cool
ready to wear and bespoke pieces that would
leave every Afrocentric fashionista drooling.
The Adire fabric is a modern African clothing
that originated from Yoruba land. Adire in itself
is an indigo dyed textile originally made by the
Yoruba women using various resist dye
methods. There are 2 different types of adire
dyeing;
Adire Oniko includes various methods of resist
dyeing like stitching or tying. Originally, raffia
was used to tie the cloth and secure small
pieces of objects such as stones, seeds or
sticks inside the folded piece of fabric to add to
the resist and give a certain shape or pattern.
Adire Eleko is similar to batik except it
traditionally uses starch as opposed to wax as
a resist dying method. A starched pattern is
attached to only one side of the cloth using a
stencil or freehand.
In the past, the Yoruba men would cut out the
stencils while the women would paint the
fabric.
Talk about division of labor huh?
Adire is an absolutely fun and cheerful fabric
that is (in my opinion) more Afrocentric than
Ankara whose patterns are not exclusive to
Nigeria alone. Every line, pattern and design on
the adire fabric represents something to the
creator.
Just in case you were unaware, the Ankara
fabric is originally from the Netherlands (but
don’t ask, that’s story for another day).
I particularly love the antiquity that the Adire
fabric represents and i’m guessing I am not the
only one. So look out Ankara, Adire is about
ready to kick you to the curb.
Tie and dye is seriously a trendy right now.
Style star Noble Igwe and renowned musician
Adekunle Gold have increased it’s popularity
tremendously. Tennis sisters Serena and Venus
Williams have been spotted with Adire kits, top
fashion designers are sprinkling Adire on some
of their outfits and even singer Iyanya was
spotted rocking a baby pink Adire ensemble on
his last album cover specially designed by
Bellafricana Verified @adirelounge
In the past if my mum had given me an adire
dress to wear to my school end of year party, I
would have flipped and blown my top off. As a
matter of fact, I would have opted out of going
to that party than be caught dead wearing a
“razz” outfit which is what traditional was to
me back then.
Adire was definitely not a cool way to dress
when there were bell bottoms, fancy tops and
clogs to put on. Who wanted to be called razz?
These days I wouldn’t be seen without an
Afrocentric piece on me. I would trade 3 pairs
of jeans for a nice adire dress or jumpsuit… I
tell you.
Fashion designers in Nigeria and beyond have
taken to using Adire fabrics in their various
styles and designs . They come up with new
and innovative styles to sew with adire cloth
both for casual wear and special occasions.
The adire market now offers various styles to
sew with adire cloth for fashionistas and
Afrocentric lovers. Adire is a true Nigerian
thoroughbred. Every dot, line and pattern is
symbolic.
The process of adire production is quite
tedious but it has created massive job
employment in Nigeria. The Adire language is
one many people take delight in speaking.
Afrocentric fashionistas love to wear styles
sewn with adire cloths. There are so many
color options for adire today, however indigo
was the major color used in the past.
I am so glad that adire has found its way to the
millennials, wearing a simple tank top with
tailored adire shorts would make you stand out
in any gathering.
To learn or Buy this Adire oor Kampala Textile Call Bola with number.. 08067233140..
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth for schools end of f the year party or wedding ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it in in a cheaper and avoidable price call M.r.s Bola.....08067233140..thanks

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 6:59pm On Nov 07, 2021
kijames:
The are various styles to sew with Adire
cloth are becoming more
innovative and trendsetting
everyday. There is an unmissable
hype on the Adire fabric and it has
gone beyond using plain old Adire
textiles to sew the stereotypical iro and buba,
agbada and bubus etc. Now, more fashionable
ready to wear Adire pieces are popping up
everywhere for stylish millennials.
In 2017 alone, there has been an amazing
trend of styles sewn with different variations of
the Adire fabric.
If you are looking for top styles to sew with
Adire cloth in Nigeria, then you might want to
read this article to the very end, because I
guarantee that I am not about to bore you.
On the Bellafricana platform, we have 3 notable
Adire producers – Delavi Couture, Adire Lounge
and Adire Nation.
You may wonder how or why we have more
than one Adire cloth designer on our network
and maybe you may also be wondering if there
would be some sort of conflict of interest in
promoting the individual brands.
To answer your unasked question, No! There is
absolutely no conflict of interest at all. Each
brand has a unique niche, production design
and method that is peculiar to them alone and
utterly different from the other.
While Adire Nation focuses more on quality
casual ready to wear pieces, Adire Lounge is
more in line with Adire fabric production.
However, she does have some really cool
ready to wear and bespoke pieces that would
leave every Afrocentric fashionista drooling.
The Adire fabric is a modern African clothing
that originated from Yoruba land. Adire in itself
is an indigo dyed textile originally made by the
Yoruba women using various resist dye
methods. There are 2 different types of adire
dyeing;
Adire Oniko includes various methods of resist
dyeing like stitching or tying. Originally, raffia
was used to tie the cloth and secure small
pieces of objects such as stones, seeds or
sticks inside the folded piece of fabric to add to
the resist and give a certain shape or pattern.
Adire Eleko is similar to batik except it
traditionally uses starch as opposed to wax as
a resist dying method. A starched pattern is
attached to only one side of the cloth using a
stencil or freehand.
In the past, the Yoruba men would cut out the
stencils while the women would paint the
fabric.
Talk about division of labor huh?
Adire is an absolutely fun and cheerful fabric
that is (in my opinion) more Afrocentric than
Ankara whose patterns are not exclusive to
Nigeria alone. Every line, pattern and design on
the adire fabric represents something to the
creator.
Just in case you were unaware, the Ankara
fabric is originally from the Netherlands (but
don’t ask, that’s story for another day).
I particularly love the antiquity that the Adire
fabric represents and i’m guessing I am not the
only one. So look out Ankara, Adire is about
ready to kick you to the curb.
Tie and dye is seriously a trendy right now.
Style star Noble Igwe and renowned musician
Adekunle Gold have increased it’s popularity
tremendously. Tennis sisters Serena and Venus
Williams have been spotted with Adire kits, top
fashion designers are sprinkling Adire on some
of their outfits and even singer Iyanya was
spotted rocking a baby pink Adire ensemble on
his last album cover specially designed by
Bellafricana Verified @adirelounge
In the past if my mum had given me an adire
dress to wear to my school end of year party, I
would have flipped and blown my top off. As a
matter of fact, I would have opted out of going
to that party than be caught dead wearing a
“razz” outfit which is what traditional was to
me back then.
Adire was definitely not a cool way to dress
when there were bell bottoms, fancy tops and
clogs to put on. Who wanted to be called razz?
These days I wouldn’t be seen without an
Afrocentric piece on me. I would trade 3 pairs
of jeans for a nice adire dress or jumpsuit… I
tell you.
Fashion designers in Nigeria and beyond have
taken to using Adire fabrics in their various
styles and designs . They come up with new
and innovative styles to sew with adire cloth
both for casual wear and special occasions.
The adire market now offers various styles to
sew with adire cloth for fashionistas and
Afrocentric lovers. Adire is a true Nigerian
thoroughbred. Every dot, line and pattern is
symbolic.
The process of adire production is quite
tedious but it has created massive job
employment in Nigeria. The Adire language is
one many people take delight in speaking.
Afrocentric fashionistas love to wear styles
sewn with adire cloths. There are so many
color options for adire today, however indigo
was the major color used in the past.
I am so glad that adire has found its way to the
millennials, wearing a simple tank top with
tailored adire shorts would make you stand out
in any gathering.
To learn or Buy this Adire oor Kampala Textile Call Bola with number.. 08067233140..
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth for schools end of f the year party or wedding ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it in in a cheaper and avoidable price call M.r.s Bola.....08067233140..thanks..

Re: Wedding Kampala In Nigeria That Looks Fashionable To Wear.. by kijames: 7:15pm On Nov 07, 2021
kijames:
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth
for schools end of f the year party or wedding
ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it
in in a cheaper and avoidable price call Miss
Bola.....08067233140..thanks..
Are you having it in mind on how to buy a lot cloth for schools end of f the year party or wedding ceremonies here comes the opportunities to get it in in a cheaper and avoidable price call M.r.s Bola.....08067233140..thanks..

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