Ankara commonly known as “Ankara prints”, “African prints”,”African wax prints” “Holland wax” and “Dutch wax”, is a 100% cotton fabric with vibrant patterns. It is usually a colorful cloth and is primarily associated with Africa because of its tribal-like patterns and motifs.
Since owambe are limited at the time, the ankara deal are still in style, Ankara can be rocked in different ways from skirts to trousers to kimonos to jumpsuits.
A lot of people feel sexy in jumpsuits but are uncomfortable with it when it's time to go to the ladies..... therefore some totally avoid jump suits.
Therefore ankara short gowns come in play. You feel completely different, sexy, vogue and above all comfortabl and complete. Thes shorties can be paired with heels for work, or flat shoes to make them professional. They can go well with slippers and sandals to make for a casual look.
I took the time to combine some ankara short gown styles you can rock as official, casual, party look, or even dates.....
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