Don' t you love Ankara designs? Ankara prints, also known as African prints, African wax prints or Dutch wax is made up of 100% of cotton.The ankara fabric is colourful and made up of several vibrant patterns. It is one of the most common fabric throughout Africa.
African women mostly look good in ankara designs, it's brings out the African in them.
There are so many ankara prints out there that will make perfect outfits for everyday or special occasions. Ankara fabrics can be use for sewing church outfits, office wear and casual wear. Let's focus on ankara casual wear.
Casual wear is a Western dress code that is suited for everyday wear. It is usually informal and place emphasis on comfort and personal style. You can use ankara fabric for casual wear.
Thinking about what ankara casual style to wear, don't worry, checkout these casual Ankara styles.
The photos below show some African women in Ankara prints ,these are casual styles you can stay in during the weekdays.
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