Welcome back to Mickyglam fashion blog and today I will be showing you guys some creative fashion designers with their products. We will be doing a product promotion today.
- 1 Most of the styles and designs we will be showcasing in this post are from:
- 2 Kindly scroll down slowly to view all images!
- 3 The truth why we chose to display only lace gown designs is basically because most of the requests we do get are majorly for lace gown materials. Lace gowns are said to be occasion wear, majorly weddings, and also for Owambe.
- 4 For more understanding, we would explain the features of Owambe.
- 5 Weekends:
- 6 Food
- 7 Aso Ebi
- 8 The Uninvited
- 9 Music
- 10 Some do prefer live bands for their events, it’s all about choice.
- 11 Souvenirs
- 12 Back to what we have today!
- 13 Mickyglam is a fast-growing platform that promotes African fashion designers and fashion products that are manufactured in Africa. Kindly follow our social media accounts.
- 14 For more information, you can use the contact option to send us a message. If you have any product for promotion also indicate in the comment section.
Most of the styles and designs we will be showcasing in this post are from:
Kindly scroll down slowly to view all images!
I know you wouldn’t want to miss any of these wonderful designs. Most of the product promotion and designs we would be doing today is majorly for only African fashion designers.
To be specific, we would be showing Lace gowns that are being designed by African fashion designers. I know you would be wondering, why lace gowns?
The truth why we chose to display only lace gown designs is basically because most of the requests we do get are majorly for lace gown materials. Lace gowns are said to be occasion wear, majorly weddings, and also for Owambe.
Owambe is a Nigerian cultural name for merriment. Nigeria is a culturally diverse African country with lots of sweet twists attached to it. If you are looking for an African country that is rich in cultural diversity then Nigeria is the right plug for you. In Nigeria, parties have always been a crucial part or even a necessity more especially in Yoruba land. Although parties are meant to be done occasionally but nowadays it is a frequent thing. It’s an exciting thing when people come out together to have fun and do merriment. Recently, almost every weekend(Saturdays) is for Owambe (party).
Most of the Owambe parties are majorly characterized by displays of luxury, extravagant spending, lots of food (Varieties), dance, music, etc. Owambe is also a good opportunity to connect with people and make good friends and build quality networks. For some people, Owambe goes beyond just partying, dancing and merriment. Owambe is a great time to build your network and meet new friends. Although some people do characterize Owambe to be an avenue for poor people to come and feed themselves to full stomach (hungry People). This ideology proved to be wrong.
For more understanding, we would explain the features of Owambe.
Owambe as it is popularly called is mainly done during weekends especially Saturdays. Although in rare cases it is done during weekdays(very rare to see this happen). Organizing occasions during the weekend enables friends and family to come in the sense that there isn’t any work during that period. If you are looking for a full house then weekends are the best to organize Owambe.
In every typical Owambe, there’s always an abundance of food. In Nigeria, Owambe is majorly characterized by a variety of food and drinks. There’s this saying that for any Owambe to be tagged successful it all depends on how sweet their jollof rice turns out. Assorted drinks are also an important item on every occasion. Funny enough people forget the aim of why they were invited focusing only on food and drinks. The interesting thing about some parties is that you might even end up not getting served any food at the party (that is funny but true ). Although this doesn’t happen in high-class Owambe parties.
The real Owambe outfit is called Asoebi. In Yoruba land, they don’t joke with Asoebi. This outfit marks uniformity amongst people or invitees. Aso Ebi shows love the invitees have for the people who invited them. People who wear Aso Ebi understand the significance and how special it is. You can say that Owambe is incomplete without Aso Ebi because it gives color to the party and beautifies the event.
In every Owambe you would notice a set of people whose outfit doesn’t tally with those who were invited. There would always be people who came to parties uninvited. If you try asking them they will reply “I came because I heard”. Who doesn’t want to enjoy free food? It’s funny but the truth is that mostly in Lagos if you are hungry just start searching for where there is Owambe and eat to your satisfaction. To many you don’t need to be invited to attend any Owambe, just keep your ears on the ground to get information about any party. You need to be very careful, avoid going to any strictly on invitation party for you not to be embarrassed.
In Owambe if the music is not loud enough then it’s called a child’s play. There has to be sound systems, loudspeakers, and confirm and correct Dj. Dance and jubilation is the key thing in every Owambe. Shouts and hailing of each other, singing to music, laughter and happiness is also a norm in parties. The invited Dj needs to play trendy and popular hit tracks if not he will be sanctioned. Nevertheless, some celebrities give their Dj list of songs to play on that day.
Some do prefer live bands for their events, it’s all about choice.
For your occasion to look very interesting and mind-blowing, there should be a souvenir. Going by definition, souvenirs are items that are in the form of a gift. These souvenirs are used for the invitees to remember the event. Items that can be used as souvenirs include Magnets, Keychains, Shot glasses, Classic city T-shirts. You can also use Postcards, Home décor items, Kitchen accessories, branded books and notepad, pen, etc. Souvenirs give your event a memorable color.
Ensure your brand your souvenirs, this makes it more exciting knowing that whenever they see that gift they will certainly remember you and the event.
Back to what we have today!
The designs used in this post are tailored by African Fashion designers. These designers are top-notch and their styles are highly sophisticated. If you skipped their name, check the second paragraph. If you need their details kindly indicate in the comment section.
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