African Prints are one of those cloth items that you can wear all year round. In the warmer months they look great when sewn into varying summer styles like bow sleeves, off-shoulder, ruffles and all or to very important event such as weddings were you see overflowing embroidered ankara pieces. But in the transition between summer to autumn, I especially love wearing prints with a thicker, textured fabric that can be tucked into.
Believe it or not, ankara fabric styles can be sewn for varied costs. This post was under $40. However, when ankara pieces are worn with the right materials and a few great accessories you’ll look and feel like a million bucks. As I always say, “it’s about how you wear pieces, not how much they cost”
As the season continues to transition into autumn, I challenge you to incorporate more african inspired prints clothing into your wardrobe. Ultimately, prints have and will always be a classic, and they’re one of the easiest ways to add character to almost any look.
What are your favourite african print styles? Comment below!