It is common knowledge that many Brides (not only Yorubas) use the Asooke fabric when getting married. It adds colour, it is cultural and it is almost every Brides dream to adorn Asooke for their wedding. It can be in the form of Iro and Buba or just the Gele and Ipele.



However, after the wedding, many Brides never touch their Asooke again and despite the thousands of naira used, it lies fallow in the closet.



Asooke Merchant, Bimmms24 has provided the perfect solution to not allowing that Asooke go to waste again.




She turned it into a very Beautiful Dress. 

Lovely right? 

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