Before and After Ghana's existence, our culture speaks a lot. We greatly love the way we dance eat, cherish our music and one of the most, our clothings in different colours and designs suiting our pleasure.
One of our major print ," Kente" is most loved . Giving it different names , different colours and designs to display it's originations. The black , white brown and grey colour usually used by the Ewes, Northern, Upper West and East ( ie Northern part of the country) whiles colours like yellow, red , blue, green and others is used by the Akans.
Citizens of Ghana really appreciate their clothing till now and thus sew them in gorgeous styles
See the fashion Ghana got
Oh my God ,very beautiful indeed. Ghana has got what it takes in fashion. All my ladies ,no one should be left out in putting on some these designs in Africa's prints. Thank you.
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