Here in Africa especially Nigeria, Ankara dresses are always a way to make a statement with your fashion choices. They are so cherished and loved and affordable.
Ankara fabrics are one of the easiest materials to manipulate in other to make a masterpiece. Every now and then people, experts, and even newbies experiment with different Ankara fabrics in other to create something that may not have been created before or make modifications to existing designs.
Ankara is probably the most versatile fabric in the world and as we all know never goes out of style. Its a natural feeling to want to know how to dress and look appropriately for every occasion, however it takes a lot of attention to be able to characterise each fits into whatever life...
Whatever reason you are here for either you are a dressmaker looking for inspiration or you have an owambe, outing to attend and need to show your designer something nice, then this Ankara smoked design post is for you.
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