Emerald green the new black

As the fashion sense in Nigeria evolve, so are stunning style and colours that make life beautiful, but for different gorgeous and stunning styles during parties or owanbe, asoebi colours of the year takes a different turn.
Nigerians are spontaneous a whole vibe when it comes to parties and are particular about colours.


though not one colour rule the African/ Nigeria fashion sense, for every year some colours are peculiar and are mostly r commonly used.
The 2021 colour of the year is EMERALD GREEN.

The name emerald green was first used centuries back, in 1598. This green tone got its name after the emerald gemstone.It is a sophisticated and luxurious color and has been used to represent beauty and new life in many cultures and religions.


fashion-forward people have used it to dye their clothes. You can also see stunning examples of emerald green in asoebi ,gele and it is also used as colours for events decorations.
With faint bluish undertones, it sits between green and blue-green in the color wheel.
in most recent time emerald green is the new black and trend as asoebi for owambe and different parties.it sets beautifully on all skin types, it gives an aura of confidence , uniqness and beauty as this is why it is used mostly in parties.

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Emerald green promotes healing and wellbeing and is the color of growth, renewal, and prosperity. It is a sophisticated and luxurious color and has been used to represent beauty and new life in many cultures and religions.

Emerald green sets off pinks and yellows and blends beautifully with other greens and neutrals.


As Nigerians the asoebi concept consist of the asoebi cloth and gele, the emerald colour is can be worn as monochrome that is both colour for asoebi and gele is emerald green or sometime can be paired with subtle colours like gold ,mustard yellow ,wine , red,blueand black.

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