Ankara Styles And Designs You Must Have
Over the years we’ve seen alot of Ankara styles or designs both in traditional marriage, red-carpet and of course from your favourite celebrity. I love how couples and fashion designers are going for the African prints especially the fabric and integrating them into their ceremonial attire these days.
The vibrant patterns and colours of the ankara prints or designs draw onlookers in and force their eyes to focus and examine each colour, line and shape as if not to miss a moment of the unique beauty. But, your choice of style is very important, this gives the fabric more stunning look.
The cut of Ankara styles give individuals most feminine of curves while still leaving everything to the imagination. Bringing out the true beauty and sensuality of each woman, as she fulfill her title as an ‘African Queen‘. The Ankara style should be your main target.
One thing I like about this fabric is that, it can be sewn in different jaw-droppin styles- like a jumpsuit, skirt, top, jacket, or gown.
Ankara styles can be worn by the bridal train which is a big trend now in some Africa countries and its unifying power draws attention to the bridal party.
While dealing on Ankara prints for women tomorrow, I personally love how designers and celebrities incorporate the traditional cloth into our new modern-day fashion sense.
It certainly makes this gorgeous fabric one on a kind. Ankara style is extremely gorgeous and showcasing African beauty. It looks perfect and so admiring on everyone as they step out in any occasion or place you go.
The African fabrics can never fade out and still stands out, that’s why famous designer, Dior honoured the fabric for Dior Cruise 2020 fashion show which is set to take place in Marrakesh, Morocco. With higher demand for this fabric, famous British model, Naomi Campbell has warned Africans to protect it fabrics jealously.
Get inspired by these looks below…
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