Kente cloth is one of the most admired cultural clothes which identifies every Ghanaian lady. Atleast one of every five Ghanaian lady has Kente in his closet. Kente is very beautiful and fashionable also if proper design is chosen for it.
We've got our eyes stuck on the wife of the vice President Dr Mahamadu Bawumia, madam Samira Bawumia and popular TV personality, Anita Akufo Addo with their impeccable Kente designs for their inspiration
Much as a real Ghanaian, Kente is something you cannot do without. Both men and women can wear Kente but the designs differs. Men can sew the Kente as suit or can hang it during programs but ladies have wide array of options to design their Kente.
With Samira Bawumia and Anita Akufo's high sense of fashion and how they combine colours to blend perfectly with the environment, we could not take inspiration from any other celebrity.
This multicoloured Kente by Anita Akufo got us all drolling. Anita Akufo Addo is no learner when it come to fashion but Samira Bawumia is an Excellent fashionasta.
He stunning outfits she rocks out at functions often cause her to steal spotlight as she definitely impress many designer
The Kente cloth comes in different colours. Samira Bawumia here stunned in a white Kente marking her Fulani heritage. Which colour of Kente do you want to copy?
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