ANKARA STYLES THAT PROVE WHY AFRICAN PRINTS DEFINED 2017

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“Revel in being African” should have been the term we started 2017 with because right now, looking over the past couple of months that’s what happened. High necks. fitted waist, the “modesty” trend, long sleeves, exaggerated sleeves, deconstructed shirts, surely the biggest styles made by using the African print fabric enacted the change that we witnessed in 2017 Fashion.

This year, the African print proved that floral pieces, chiffon fabrics, jacquard and other western prints are no longer the default for seeking ways to make an entrance. The great thing about this reset is that it’s still going to make a big splash in 2018 and so you cannot afford to ignore the surrounding rumble and the look of some of the most alluring and creative designs yet.

This year, we’ve continued to embrace the all-out glamour of the African print fabric that have not only dominated the runways, but our social media feed as well. In between looking at notably pieces, we’ve fallen completely in love with these refreshing styles all thanks to creatives that never fail to surprise us.

Lets now take a look at some Ankara styles that prove the African Print worthy…

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Once again, we’ve succeeded in showing you why having Ankara pieces in your closet is a necessity and not just a want. You need to have more than two African print styles in your wardrobe and they shouldn’t be “aso ebi” rather they should be pieces that you can wear casually.

We hope that you found these Ankara styles worthy. Tell us your favourite look in the comment section below.

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