Fashion comes and goes, but it never dies, so the popular saying goes. It revolves and recycles. There used to be a time when the palazzos, boot cut trousers and wegdes were once out of fashion. But after sometimes, they bounced back and became trendy.
The same goes for Ankara which has become trendy and it’s no longer regarded as a dress for the locals. This trend has taken over the fashion world and it’s not just trendy and glamorous, but it is also fabulous.
These prints have evolved from being a fashion statement in the continent to being a trend all over the world. It has taken a worldwide trend as designers in various parts of the world tapping Ankara for use in their modern and luxurious apparel. The trendy designed fabric has also found a place in the closets of women across Africa and other parts of the world.
One of the trendiest of all is the Plain and Patterned Ankara designs. These Ankara designs have given a new face to Ankara inspired styles. The plain designs adds colour and attention to the patterned designs. This Ankara fabric trend can be used for different styles like jumpsuits, blazers and even normal suits.
A multi-coloured patterned and orange plain Ankara fabric styled into a belted peplum top with skirt
A blue patterned and plain purple Ankara fabric styled into a sleeveless fit and flare dress
A matching pink plain and patterned Ankara fabric styled into a ruffle top with skirt
Contrasting Kente prints and black fabric styled into a crop top and short skirt with front slit
Matching Purple plain and patterned Ankara fabric styled into fit and flare ruffle top and skirt
A plain brown and green prints Ankara fabric styled into wrapper and blouse
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