Hello Afro fashionistas, leave whatever you are doing right now and come here quickly to take a look at these snazzy African print styles from Jackie Appiah’s wardrobe. These pieces are irresistible and adding one or more of them to your collection can make a great difference to your style.
Ghanaian celebrities generally do not play with ankara African print outfits, especially those made with kente fabric, and Jackie Appiah is no exception. The Ghanaian star has been seen rocking African and African inspired outfits on several occasions, whether its at red carpet event in Ghana, Nigeria, in Europe or several other places, the multiple award winning actress has no problem with rocking snazzy African print styles.
In this photo, the popular Ghanaian actress is seen wearing an outfit made with kente while posing on the red carpet at the Cannes film festival. The actress wore the brightly coloured kente dress and completed the look with a piece of statement beaded necklace that matches well with her outfit.
What do you think of these snazzy African print styles from Jackie Appiah’s wardrobe? Did you find one or more pieces to add to your own wardrobe? Do you think all the looks were well coordinated by the top Ghanaian actress? Let us know what you think by scrolling down and leaving a comment below. We can’t wait to read your opinion on these pieces.
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