Our Ankara fabric is bursting heads at the moment and just like I’ve always said, if you haven’t joined the trend you need to start now. This week rather than think of what to wear to work why not try out the layering technique. This technique is a cool way to restyle your attire or to make those really open outfits a little more modest. Today, we are basing our layering techniques on cool Ankara styles, this way you can style your Ankara fabric to work without qualms.
A cool way to layer your short dress for work is to pair it with a white silk puff sleeve blouse.
Layering is an easy way to pull off wearing Ankara to a strict work environment, layer your sleeveless toned down Ankara dress with a silk pussy bow blouse and finish off with Mary kitten heels.
Your thin strap wide leg jumpsuit can’t just sit in your closet, bring it out an layer it with a crisp white collarless shirt.
Pinafores are cool and you have to layer them, so layer your pinafore with a bodycon or body suit, pair with a sneaker for the perfect Friday outfit.
Your sexy thin strap v neck jumpsuit can also be worn to work, simply layer it with a crisp white shirt.
The color of your shirt doesn’t have to be white, white is a bit rampant you can try other colors too like blue, pink etc ad far as they match with the Ankara fabric.
Double layers are also a good Friday look, you have the choice of breaking them down into two looks later, if you wish.
You can also layer your Ankara culottes jumpsuit with a detachable collar, pair with a cute heel and your famous handbag.
Buttoning your collared shirt to the last and paring it with your Ankara fit and flare dress would give you the nerdy but chic look you need for work.
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