Photos of Martha Ankomah and Anita Akuffo Slaying Ankara Outfits that will Blow Your Mind
By MrKekeli | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 7041 views
Check out some amazing photos of Martha Ankomah and Anita Akuffo slaying in Ankara outfits that will blow your mind.
Ankara outfit is the new trend in ladies fashion in Africa. With so many beautiful fabrics to choose from and so many fabric manufacturers, the Ankara designs are very unique type of clothing.
Ghanaian celebrities have quickly caught up with this trend, and are wearing these designs on daily basis. Nana Ama McBrown, Jackie Appiah, Serwaa Amihere, Martha Ankomah and Anita Akuffo are some Ghanaian celebrities who use these outfits very often.
Here are some of the best photos of actress Martha Ankomah and television host Anita Akuffo slaying in their Ankara outfits that will leave you speechless.
Get yourself a good designer, because you would surely want to make these designs a part of your wardrobe.
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Those are some amazing photos of Anita and Martha slaying in their Ankara outfits.
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