You have got to love African print clothing! From the
intricate designs and texture to the gorgeous styles that are sewn, they are
unique in every way. Growing up, I saw my mum and aunties rock the print so
beautifully at fancy occasions and mostly worn to church on Sundays. From
clothes, to shoes and bag, African print can be added to anything. In today’s
post, I share with you some of the most stunning styles you can get your hands
on right now.
The M.a.d Kollection – a women’s wear label based in the UK – is a summer wardrobe staple. Don’t you
just love how vibrant African print is, especially when cut and sewn to create
breezy styles? In collaboration with M.a.d.Kollection, Nigerian designer Ify has launched her new mix of different fabrics to evoke a sense of summer and
offer a gorgeous selection of diverse garments that cover your wardrobe needs
for whenever humidity decides to take toll on us.
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We had a wide range of pieces to choose from. I went for yellow because I feel it compliments me best.
Summer is one of the best fashionable seasons and best time to show some skin.
To make those fashionable statements, Ify, Ann-marie, Chichi and I have
some appropriate inspirations from M.a.d.Kollection – These outfits cuts across, skirts with slits, dresses, off-shoulder pieces
and much more. feel free to check out more pics of their outfits on their individual blogs . It was a fun get together and our looks complimented each other effortlessly.
These pieces are readily available here and
you will be directed to the store(you can also find the store on instagram). Now the thing is once these sell out on the store, they are gone forever. That is the unique feature of African fashion is that the
majority of the styles are made to order, meaning no two items are exactly the
same. Plus it also takes a little bit longer for the seller to sew your order
from scratch.So don’t miss out on these goodies. Mad sales through out the month of August!!
African print styles are elegant, unique, and inspiring. I
hope you love these Ankara styles as much as I do. I’ll be sharing another
roundup post soon so make sure you stay subscribed to the blog to get notified
about future posts. Thank you for reading!