Adire simply means ‘tie and dye’ in the Yoruba language. The Adire styles for ladies are fashioned from these colourful textile materials using resist-dyeing techniques for pattern making.
The entire concept of tie and dye involves treating sections of fabric with dye in such a way that the whole material doesn’t absorb the dye.
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Yoruba women in Nigeria are known as the best designers of Adire material and a professional creator of this textile is regarded as “Aladire’.
The Adire textile is locally handspun and woven by the Yoruba women of southwestern Nigeria. After which the cotton cloth is tied into simple designs to produce creative art forms.
Different Styles of Adire Fabric
In this section, you will get to see some of the very stylish ways that you can pattern your Adire materials to create stunning styles and designs.
1. Adire Bubu Gown
2. Adire Kimono Jacket and Palazzo
3. Adire Iro and Buba
4. Adire Maxi Dress
5. Adire Butterfly Top
6. Adire Butterfly Dress
7. Adire Top and Skirt
8. Adire Wrap Top and Palazzo Pants
9. Adire Mini Dress
10. Adire Romper
Adire Styles For Ladies: Pictures
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