Over 100 Latest And Trending Styles For Ladies In 2020
By Emeodi | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 22513 views
The fashion scene in Nigeria has evolved over the past decades. Ladies are increasingly ditching foreign wears and designs for our locally produced and tailored Ankara designs. This paradigm shift in the fashion trend is not far from the fact that our indigenous African Ankara material is very colorful, affordable and readily available.
These days virtually all styles have been adopted by the Ankara fabric. From skirt and blouse, short gowns, long gowns, shorts etc have all been designed with Ankara. Below, I bring you all the latest designs and styles currently trending in Nigeria.
The above catalogue is intended as a guide to make you look classy and sleek, but there are other factors to consider when adopting these fashion styles. Factors like body type, size and build influences the overall look of these styles on you. So it's adviced that you consult a good fashion designer to access and know which style to adopt that will blend with your body type.
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