Yoruba traditional attire is a good example of how old traditions are reflected in the contemporary wedding ceremony. A usual Yoruba weddings starts from choice of the traditional fabric Aso-Oke that can also be used for future Yoruba traditional marriage attire.
Aso-Oke used for production of Yoruba native attire woven in a manual way from 100% natural materials, threads are made of saturated handmade dye or cotton.
The official fabric of the Yoruba people is called the Aso-Oke. In the past, it was the only fabric used for special occasions, but today the story has changed. Lace, Ankara, Damask and other fabrics are also popular choices, but Aso-oke forever will remain the king of all Yoruba fabrics.
We will educate you about Aso-oke, its history and much more, but for now we’ll cover the different Yoruba traditional looks for brides, grooms, family and friends.