Nigerian women rock Tulle Lace this festive season

Nigerian women rock Tulle Lace this festive season

Tulle Lace has become one of the top fashion priorities among Nigerian women for sometime now.
Everywhere you go, you see Nigerian women adorning it in various designs at weddings, birthdays, burials and so on.
Tulle as pronounced as (Tool) is a light weight, very fine netting which is often starched. It is the made of various fibres including silk, nylon and rayon. Before now, Tulle was mostly used as veils, gowns, especially for weddings materials.
Trust Nigerians women with their creativity, in no time, Tulle soon joined the list of our favourite aso-ebi materials. We make it into iro and buba, skirts, then match it with different colours of gele and jwelleries. That is not to say Nigerian women in latest ankara designs are not looking superb.
The name Tulle originated from a city in the southern region of France. Tulle City is well known as a centre of Lace and silk in the 18th Century.
Ladies, mummies, grandma let me see you rock it.

3 Responses to "Nigerian women rock Tulle Lace this festive season"

  1. Sarah de DIEU.   January 4, 2016 at 11:15 pm

    I love it already.

    Reply
  2. Anonymous   January 4, 2016 at 11:16 pm

    Nice

    Reply
  3. Anonymous   January 4, 2016 at 11:17 pm

    Seeing this for the first time.

    Reply

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