- Nollywood actress, Mercy Aigbe, wowed fans with new photos of her look to a recent wedding
- Also among the fabulous guests was Iyabo Ojo, who glowed in a gorgeous ensemble
- In this article, Legit.ng takes a look at how the two style queens slayed their asoebi styles
When it comes to asoebi fashion, best believe that is always a win when these two stars - Mercy Aigbe and Iyabo Ojo - are involved.
The Nollywood stars attended a wedding recently, and each took to social media to share photos of their looks.
Legit.ng shines a light on how these two film goddess slayed in different styles.
Mercy Aigbe slays in modest look
Now a converted Muslim, Mercy's approach to style remains modest and this is the approach she took with this asoebi look.
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The gorgeous look which featured an illusion neckline and a corseted bodice, flattered her curves elegantly.
Iyabo Ojo in daring asoebi look
The curvy mother of two is not one to shy away from ultra-feminine styles and this time is no different.
She sported a dress with sheer sleeves, an illusion cutout bodice with a beaded bust area.
"Growing and glowing": BBNaija Phyna serves birthday glamour in 4 looks
Friday, June 2, was Phyna's birthday and the reality TV star made sure to celebrate in grand style.
The Big Brother Naija ex-housemate who emerged as the winner of the Level Up edition, embodies royalty in her birthday shoot.
From picture-perfect makeup to regal dresses, Phyna left no stone unturned in honour of her 26th birthday.
Dress recreation: Tailor's impressive replication skills earns her applause online
Rollex Couture recently reminded fans that when it comes to dress recreation, some Nigerian tailors make sure to deliver.
The Ilorin/Lagos fashion designer recently shared a video which showed her process of recreating a regal lace dress design for a client.
Starting off with fabric and lining shopping, the tailor who did a voiceover in Yoruba took viewers through the entire replication process. The final look was a near-spitting image of the original design.