Ankara styles are inarguably one of the most beautiful pieces of clothing available. From the intricate designs and technique to the gorgeous styles that are sewn, they are a slice of heaven.
If you are searching for some of the hottest styles this season, you need to read this article to discover some of the most stunning Ankara dresses, skirts, tops, and pants.
As a young Nigerian girl, I’ve always been fascinated by all things African print. So much so that I did a 30-day African style series for you. From clothes and jewelry to shoes and accessories.
In this post, I share with you some of the most stunning Ankara styles you can get you hands on right now. These include bespoke African print clothes like ankara and dashiki available on Etsy. And more affordable, mass produced African fashion on Amazon.
To buy these pieces, simply click on the corresponding number in the image above or on the images below to be directed to the seller’s store.
Sadly I am not a designer or a seamstress so once these African styles sell out on the store’s website, they are gone forever. For in-the-moment, affordable African clothes, be sure to follow me “@lapassionvoutee” on the LIKEtoKNOW.it app to score amazing deals on African print clothes.
For now, enjoy this collection of this season’s hottest wax print styles.
If you’re reading this, I’m sure you’ll agree with me that Ankara styles are magnificent. They are very versatile. If you need something for work, you will find an African print that is subtle enough to be worn to work.
If you need a statement piece, Ankara styles got you covered. Whatever the occasion, you will find a pattern that needs and exceeds your expectations.
When I lived in Alaska, I would often get asked by my non-African friends to hook them up with some Ankara clothes or fabric. That says a lot! They are intrigued by African print so much so that they want one (or two) African clothing for themselves.
African prints come in different styles. The most notable ones are Ankara, Dashiki, Kente, and Kitenge. They all have unique elements that different each of them. I was surrounded by Ankara print in my childhood and like many people, refer to the whole as Ankara or African print.