African prints are known for its intricate composition of designs that portray the culture, tradition, and history of Africans. Whether you wish to tell a story with an African print outfit or make your style more fashion-forward, you might want to know the beginning of Ankara fabric and African prints.
The textile used to make African prints is called Ankara fabric it is also known as African wax prints fabric, Holland wax, or even Dutch wax. (Amazing right?? Too many names for just one cloth). The Ankara is mostly known for its colorful African prints, and is deeply associated and known with African clothing. One of the beautiful things about Ankara fabric is the intensity of the prints does not change as compared to other clothes that fade very fast and quickly. This is because of the “wax resistant” technique used in printing the textile. Beautiful and smart right????
Lately most ladies have become conscious of fashion and recently African and Ankara dresses and styles. This has brought about the increase in creativity and hence the creation of exquisite African dresses and gowns. The gowns and dresses are crafted from Ankara and kitenge amongst others.
African designers now focus more on precision and equipping the fashionable African woman with the proper designs that complement their stature and professions.
I believe the newest Ankara dresses Styles should be nothing short of eleganttand beautiful like African queens. There are all types of glamorous dresses suitable for various occasions like church, work, weddings and parties.
Amazingly ladies are not stuck with just one style but different designs for varying occasions; maxi Ankara dresses for church, official corporate skirts for work and Ankara shorts and jumpsuits for outing and many more. Today our focus is on special ankara styles for church and its related activities.
Here are 5 sunday special Ankara designs that will make you look elegant and stand out this year at church and special occasions.
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