Ankara is a multipurpose fabric that has been in existence for ages now. It can be combined in many ways, like using basic materials and other embroideries to make it look stylish and unique. Two-piece is a fabric which is made as matching wear. It comprises a top and bottom and can be designed in many ways it can be a skirt, trousers a long top, short and many more. Ladies like to look elegant and stylish when going out. However, there are many ways in which this can be achieved. In this article, I will be discussing various styles to try out.
Ankara styles are a must-have in every woman's wardrobe. It is easy to style and can be worn to any event or occasion of choice. Below are ways to design your two-piece.
1. Pant with a crop top.
Usually, the top is made to be creative to help bring out the beauty of the entire outfit—an exaggerated sleeve like a bell, butterfly, princess and many more.
2. Shirts and trousers.
A bottom-down shirt is a good way to style your wear. It can also be worn as formal wear when going to official gatherings or meetings.
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