Ankara blouse serves as one of the most versatile uses of the ankara fabric. This is because the Ankara Blouse can be worn on many other different outfits and can also be worn on the ankara skirt.
The ankara blouse can serve as a top to a jean trouser. This can be worn as a casual or corporate outfit. The ankara blouse can also be combined with a plain skirt and worn as either a casual or corporate wear.
The ankara blouse comes in different styling among which the most common is the Peplum style.
Peplum style can be described as a fabric with a band at the waist thereby making the bottom layer flare. The Ankara Peplum style comes with different types of sleeves. Ankara blouse can be styled with Onion bulb sleeve, butterfly sleeves, long bell sleeves, bishop sleeves, peasant sleeves, angel sleeves and many others.
Ankara blouse can also be combined with ankara skirt. This style are the most common among women in the fashion industry.
Check out some inspiring and interesting Ankara Blouse ideas below:
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