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Unique Ankara Dresses and Trendy Ankara Styles 2019 that you Need to see this Year

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This fashion idea is brought together for you, for the success of your special occasion. You will never go wrong choosing this couple outfit. It comes with the man's shirt and pant and a stunning dress with the mix of a kente print and white fabric head wrapper included. This is made to fit all occasion: prom,birthday party, engagement, graduation etc... Provide your correct body measurement for the fit to be perfect. As soon as your order is placed and measurements provided We start…

Most of us are comfortable with kente or Ankara that we forget that there are numerous textiles from other parts of Africa. Some of these fabrics like the Shweshwe from South Africa can be your missing rib in your fashion items.Shweshwe is an avant-grade coulture attire that makes a whole lot of fashion sense around … … Continue reading →

2019 Shweshwe Traditional Dresses

Most of us are comfortable with kente or Ankara that we forget that there are numerous textiles from other parts of Africa. Some of these fabrics like the Shweshwe from South Africa can be your missing rib in your fashion items.Shweshwe is an avant-grade coulture attire that makes a whole lot of fashion sense around … Continue reading 2019 Shweshwe Traditional Dresses →

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Religion is a huge part of who we are especially as Africans. When picking out Sunday church clothing the first important thing to consider is comfort. Back in biblical times, men and women wore these cloaks that are robe-like and loose... #africanfashion #africanprintdresses #africanprints

Religion is a huge part of who we are especially as Africans. When picking out Sunday church clothing the first important thing to consider is comfort. Back in biblical times, men and women wore these cloaks that are robe-like and loose... #africanfashion #africanprintdresses #africanprints

Maxine Magwape on Instagram: “Last but not least 😊😊👑👑💍💍 We had to wear our tradition 🇧🇼no matter how far we were. And trust me, EVERYONE could not get over our leteisi…”

Maxine Magwape on Instagram: “Last but not least 😊😊👑👑💍💍 We had to wear our tradition 🇧🇼no matter how far we were. And trust me, EVERYONE could not get over our leteisi…”

4,469 Likes, 57 Comments - Maxine Magwape (@maxine_magwape) on Instagram: “Last but not least 😊😊👑👑💍💍 We had to wear our tradition 🇧🇼no matter how far we were. And trust me,…”