Adire is the same thing as Tie & Dye. If ever there was a fabric that could be qualified as a ‘Native’ fabric then the Adire fabric is “proper native”. It’s such a beautiful piece made from cotton and it has sparked a great deal of interest in many modern designers because they are such a creative design, they tell stories and they are a blend of artistic and cultural function and you can come up with several fun ideas on your own. The technique used in creating Adire styles can be used on different type of Fabrics. Top Nigerian designer Maki Oh is one who knows how to use the Adire patterns to her liking. The designer chooses to use silk and chiffon instead of cotton because silk gives a more refined and unique finish.
You don’t however have to go the way of designer Maki Oh, you can choose something else like plain cotton, mesh or polyester. What’s attractive about the cotton Adire fabric is that cotton in general is such a comfortable fabric. Thanks to the weather condition of Nigeria, it’s easier for people to migrate more towards the soft fabric compared to any other. Since it’s typically a fabric just like the Ankara you can create a plethora of beautiful styles with the fabric. If you are looking for top Adire fashion to follow then you’ve come to the right place.
There are certain Adire fashion styles that we want you acquaint yourself with, check them out in the collection below…
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