Angelina print was created by a Vlisco textile designer. It is commonlyknown as the Angelina print, this print is widely worn in West Africa, in countries like Nigeria, Togo, Benin and Ghana and came to be. The Angela print fabric has been popular since 1970 and it is still trending. Angela fabric is famous for dashiki. Dashiki comes from the word “danshiki” or "dan ciki" means shirt in Yoruba and Hausa language, respectively, in Nigeria, West Africa. From Europe to Asia and the Americas to across Africa, the dashiki shirt is worn globally. From an oversized shirt to a full-length dress, the Angelina print comes in a number of styles. However, many designers are creating flattering and stunning outfits with the Angelina print, which comes in multiple vibrant colours and designs.
Some may call the dashiki shirt a “trend” or the new , however angelina print has been popular amongst black communities around the world for decades. For many people, the dashiki represents a deep cultural connection with the African continent and a joint declaration of pride for our roots. So what are you waiting for, choose an angelina fabric style and rock in it.
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