Iro and Buba have been in existence for many decades and it is a fashion staple that every traditional Yoruba woman should have. No doubt iro and buba have evolved overtime and more stylish ways have been invented to make it more gorgeous. This famous Yoruba woman wardrobe staple is an essential item, though there used to complains about how boring it is because of it shapeless form. These days fashion designers have transformed it from the boring way it used to be, to a fun and more attractive way.
From the time of aso oke iro and buba to ankara iro and buba, more gorgeous ways to wear them have been invented and they never failed to look nice. The modern iro and buba styles ranges from tulip wrapper styles( tulip is a way of tying the iro), the oleku iro and buba style and all these styles are not limited to only ankara and aso oke fabric as they are now made from different fabrics like lace, chiffon, net materials, silk etc lets simply say the fabric options are almost limitless and they all have lovely effect on the wearer.
So if you are part of the women who didn’t like the old iro and buba styles know that there are now limitless, fabulous and trendy styles you can choose from. So why not get in the modern iro and buba styles? Check out the modern way to rock your iro and buba below….
A Silk material iro and buba with matching accessories
A floral prints iro and buba with gold accessories
A chiffon material blouse and iro with black accessories
A silk material turtle neck blouse and iro
A chiffon off-shoulder buba and iro
A multi-coloured silk off-shoulder buba and iro
A mixed African Ankara prints iro and buba
A chiffon off shoulder cape blouse and iro
A silk material iro and buba dress
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