IT’S TIME FOR THE FEMALE NATIVE WEAR IN NIGERIA TO TAKE OVER

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So, to preface, this post is all about sharing our thoughts on the Ankara styles. We are advocates of the female native wear in Nigeria. Our ardent readers already know our undying and unbeatable love for the Ankara style – yea guys, all pieces made from the Ankara are what we refer to as native because they are native to us. One thing I love and appreciate about the Ankara is that there is so much that you can do with it. It’s a print of cause and you can interpret its story anyway you want. The designers of this millennial have caught the Ankara bug as many of their designs are filled with Ankara attachments or complete Ankara pieces that redefine what you can do with the ‘Native’ fabric.

We believe that with all the new designs out there, it’s time for the female native wear to take over. We should be able to wear it to work, on dates, running errands, as a casual piece, to formal events – basically everywhere without feeling some form or type of restraint.

As the year unfolds we want  to ensure that we many Nigerian women as well as parastatal and private companies are aware comfortable with seeing prints in their organizations. We shouldn’t be hating on prints we should love it and embrace it and that’s the more reason why this collection below is a must see. We already have it in mind that to be able to convince people of switching to whats ‘Native’ to us, we have to show styles that resonate with our current flow.

It’s time for the female native wear to take over; here’s a look at some of the chicest Ankara style ideas for everywhere…

WORK

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PLAY

@ironyofashi

@jenniferamani

@minengiby

FORMAL

@ariansimone

@chicamastyle

@christellenganhou

Be Inspired!

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