Ankara which is also known as Dutch wax print was originally manufactured by Dutch for the Indonesian textile market.Today the Dutch wax prints are commonly called Ankara.The African wax print because popular and mostly used in West-Africa because of it's tribe like pattern which signifies more of African Culture.These prints where formerly made by Dutch Company Vlisco.Since the ankara designs have been trending people often wear them to various occasions such as weddings(both traditional and modern),Birthday parties,anniversaries,vacations,casual outings and as office wear as well.This ankara materials come in different colours and prints which are vibrant and colourful.The Aso-oke fabrics is woven by the yoruba people. The Adire tie and dye is made also by the yorubas.The Kente clothing is woven by Ewe and Ashanti people and then the bark cloth is produced by the Buganda tribe.This fabrics made from this different tribes are different from Ankara.
Here are some pictures of clothes made with Ankara prints.
The styles are captivating with unique taste and quality.
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