Being a career woman in this country isn’t easy, correct me if am wrong but its harder in Africa than it is abroad. Over in this parts, you work, you train your kids and you make your home. 90% of Nigerian men don’t come correct on the fact that building a home is a two way streak and who are we to blame them, their fathers were like that so were that fore fathers and that is why it is our duty to teach the next generation a different route to success.
Aside’s from all the duties you have to perform, like being on top of your game at work etc you still have to look your best professionally. Nobody cares if you have babies in the house that needs care, nobody wants to know whether you got a wink of sleep the night before, all that matters is whether or not you are dressed appropriately to work.
As a professional woman, your style game has to be on top but there are those days when you do not feel like yourself, when you wake up in the morning thinking about what to wear, because you are absolutely tired of what you can see in your closet. Many of you have wondered if this feeling is real, trust me, it is as real as the air you breath and it happens to every stylish woman.
The solution however is our Ankara style guide, every woman needs a look book of style to inspire and motivate her and lucky we’ve got you, below are cool Ankara outfits that are every bit professional;
ANKARA STYLE GUIDE
Body Hug + Ankara Palazzo Pants
Ankara Dress + Shirt
Ankara Skirt + Black Shirt
Ankara Mini Dress + Tee shirt + Pop Socks
Ankara Flare Skirt + Stripped Shirt
Ankara High Neck + Pencil Skirt
I imagine, wearing the Ankara fabric doesn’t come to mind as part of what you can wear to work but trust me this styles and this prints are cool, normal and perfect for work.
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