There are many ways to wear outfits and achieve elegance. The surest of them all is the African dresses with print. Africa is known worldwide for its unique cultural wear due to the diverse designs, decency, easy to wear looks and the aesthetics it brings to the table. These are some of the factors that make the African print designs popular for both men and women of all ages. This is why the designs have remained relevant despite the changing times and fashion trends
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This dress comes with some amazing patterns. The floral design in the middle make it look exceptional. This dress can be worn on various cultural occasions or while attending parties. The half-sleeves outfit is made up of polyester fibre and is available in all sizes ranging from M to XXL. Although, it has a round-neck collar design, the dress is quite revealing. The dress is imprinted with unique stamp patterns. Some dark jewellery can be a perfect combination for this short length outfit. Go and grab these types of short African dresses.
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Heck yeah! To this stunning infinity dress. And you know what’s even more exciting? This ankara dress can be worn in multiple ways. Perfect for wedding ceremonies, and special events. So many fun wears to rock this piece!
African dresses have something special that cannot be compared to other dresses. The designs imprinted on the dresses are so unique that no one can even imagine fabricating such designs. The designs also have some traditional values attached to it. African countries have started to shift from their traditional style of designing to a much more advanced and modern form of designing. The beautiful African dresses have gained popularity among Kenyas due to their unique style.
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In recent years, we have seen the influx of African print clothing in mainstream fashion particularly African print dresses. Designers like Steve Madden, Forever21, Zara and H&M classify this category of clothing as ethnic fashion.
As a fashionista with deep African roots from Nigeria, West Africa, adorning these uniquely authentic pieces like African print dresses is almost like a second nature.
Most of my childhood Sunday service clothes were made out of Ankara fabric. Other equally breathtaking African print fabrics include Kente, Kitenge, Aso Oke, Dashiki, and Gele. The patterns and specially selected colors of these fabric hold significant meanings to the area where they originate from.
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