Popularly called Adire in Yoruba, is a textile indigo cloth from the South Western part of Nigeria by the Yoruba women. This tie and dye brand which started from the in-lands of Abeokuta, Ogun state has gained a Worldwide popularity as adire-inspired clothes has been seen on top people like Michelle Obama and Lupita Nyongo. This adire has seen recent revival from Nigerian top designers who have decided to incorporate this brand into their designs.
Just like our normal textile brands, tie and dye textile have been revolutionized to sew any style ranging from evening dress to casual wears and corporate outfits. Tie and dye textiles are suitable to sew any contemporary styles and designers are continuously looking for more ways to rebrand this textile brand . Regarding that here are some beautiful tie-dye styles like you’ve not seen before from Amede Nzeribe’s The Art of Colour Look book.
An adire maxi dress suitable for an afternoon in the sun or to hide that baby bump *winks
This 2 piece tie and dye wear is perfect corporate wear for a lovely Friday to kick start the week
Short and Chic colourful dress for a date or dinner with friends
This trouser and top tie and dye is a good corporate outfit for work
Adire cold shoulder maxi dress is a beautiful dress for a wonderful picnic with friends
This beautiful adire suit is perfect for work or business meeting
This sleeveless top and tailored trouser is one must-have casual wear
Chic dress made from adire is a lovely casual wear for a fun-filled weekend
Picture Source: The Art of Colour collection 2016 by Amede Nzeribe[yop_poll id=”969″]
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