The Hausa people of Nigeria are mostly found in the Northern part of the country. States like Niger, Kaduna, Kano and Sokoto are populated with Hausa people. One beautiful thing you would notice about Hausa ladies is their love for Ankara fabrics. They have a way of spicing up Ankara outfits.
They are generally known for wearing really decent styles and they always pair their Ankara's dress or skirt and blouse with a head wrap or a scarf. It is also rare to see a Hausa lady wearing short Ankara dresses.
Most times, they also wrap a veil around their shoulders. It is very important to have a good tailor so the dress style is achieved properly.
Here are stunning Ankara dress styles for Hausa Ladies to choose from:
So, Ladies let me know what you think of these lovely Ankara dress styles specially curated for Hausa ladies. Please like this article and share it to other Hausa queens you know.
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