Mostly worn by the Yorubas, the Aso oke is quite a magnificent Nigerian native attire style. It has its origin in the culture of the Yoruba people of Nigeria. The real Aso oke is thick and firm. Washing it can be a tough task because of the thickness of the material.
The Aso oke is mostly worn to owambe parties – naming ceremonies, housewarming, child dedication, and traditional marriages. As long as owambe is plenty, you’ll find the Aso oke adding colour and vitality to the event. And like I advised people that wear the Agbada, please don’t put on an Aso oke and jump a bike!