In many ways, the “African Print” culture has opened doors for many a designer. From Mea-Otti to Grass-fields to Tribal by Nuriyani and a host of others you can clearly seen thet the forgotten fabric has now become the cornerstone. The foundation of the African print is something we share a lot on this blog and by now we know that our ardent readers have been inspired by the story and the creativity behind the ankara.
We have witnessed the varies styles of diverse designers and the fact that this collection of people are blessed with such depth and diversity that they are able to use their creativity in a phenomenal way. Thanks to this eclectism to elegant tailoring and cultural glamour there is an abundance of style option for the Nigerian Woman/Man who wants to celebrate the ankara.
To help you find the best styles, we’ve surfed the internet and this collection like everyone we bring to you daily is definitely worthy of a space in your closet. Check them out…
ANKARA STREET STYLES | GUID-BOOK
These are the best Ankara styles that we’ve seen this week. Indeed the depth at which the designers go to think up designs is applaud-able. We do hope you’ve been inspired by these looks.
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