Top Trending Ankara See Vogue Designs For Super Ladies Who Wants To Stand Out In 2022

by Shelly

    The predominant African fashion style, Ankara, has migrated to the rest of the world. People of various ethnicities and skin tones have started the Ankara craze and made it a staple in the wardrobes.

    What makes this style valuable is the fabric. The material used to make African prints is Ankara fabric, also referred to as African wax print or Dutch wax. One of the most valuable things is that African prints’ intensity does not vary or fade quickly compared to other printed textile fabrics. This is due to the “anti-wax” technique used in fabric printing. African prints on Ankara fabrics can be created by hand or on industrial looms. If you want a unique African design, head to Ankara for a handmade one as no two patterns are alike. On the other hand, machine-built Ankaras often have imperfections or a “crackling” effect.

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    Some typical Ankara dresses

      • Peplum design: is the most popular Ankara dress style in Nigeria. Women sometimes divide the peplum skirt into two parts: top and skirt. The peplum skirt is combined with a formal shirt; while a peplum top goes with jeans, a mini denim skirt, wide-leg pants, or a pencil skirt.
      • The mermaid design: is so close to the body that it accentuates the fantastic curves without being too revealing. Therefore, it is recommended for African ladies who have an hourglass physique. Slender ladies can also rock this design as tailors often add padding around the hips and bust.

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    • Ankle-length straight dresses: are usually waist-cut without seams. Instead, the tailor combines the bodice and skirt by pairing darts. Besides, ankle-length dresses with long slits in the front are extremely popular with middle-aged women due to their exquisite femininity. These outfits are frequently worn on special occasions.
    • Fish-cut designs: has an elastic band at the knee to help you move easily when moving. Tailors use these ribbons on off-the-shoulder necklines to create tight-fitting dresses.
      Welcome to the Ankara Empire.

    This is the latest collection of Ankara looks and styles for women. Scroll down to see more!

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