Ghana’s Jil Couture took the traditional Aso Oke fabric to new territory with designs that combined a range of prints, colours and textures as vibrant Aso Oke fabrics were combined and clashed in turn with lace, satin and jersey to create sophisticated yet sexy silhouettes in a collection which featured mainly one-piece midis.

Our hot favourites were the turqouise and red patterned Aso Oke with asymmetrical lace shawl piece leaving bare a cheeky one shoulder and the marvellously matched yellow and gray number with delicately embroidered lace hemline and matching neckline.

While the cuts were often simple and unfussy, it was the fabrics and colours – as is often the case for Jil Couture – that made the difference to these striking designs made for women who effortlessly command attention with their style.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photography REZE BONNA

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