Here is a very good video on how to tie the trending iro and buba the tulip style. We have a feeling that the iro ad buba will take back fashion grounds, this year. we say this because in 2015 the floor length gowns had the fashion grounds, we saw so may fashionistas slaying this style beautifully and we believe this is so because of it comfortable nature, and since we are getting comfortable slaying this style, we think fashion lovers will move back to rocking the iro and buba style.
Although this style is a 60’s/70’s retro style, this traditional outfit has been given a contemporary twist were you can make the iro and buba suit your own tastes and figure with beaded blouses, cropped wrappers and sleeves, modern-the ubiquitous sarong-style wrapper, using chiffon, silk, satin, linen, in a monochrome look, with block colours, with intricate patterns. Some designers have even come up with all-in-one dresses which when worn, look like the iro and buba combo.
The iro and buba has gone pass just using the lace fabric to sew it. this style can now be sew with different beautiful fabric from the use of aso-oke to lace to Ankara now the new trend is to use sheer chiffon, Indian velvet, plain velvet, satin and multiple colored silk materials.
Enjoy this short tutorial on how to properly tie an IRO.