Ankara is a very popular fabric amongst Nigerians especially the Yoruba tribe but in is also common among other tribes in the country and also in other African countries. Some foreigners have also began to make use of the fabric in many ways.
The Ankara fabric can be used to make different things like bags,shoes,purses and so on. Today,i bring you some wonderful ankara styles which you could also use for your clothes or just check for the pleasure in it and it is for both the male and female gender.
Let's check out the females' designs first;It's time to checkout the males' own;I guess from the numerous pictures above,you must have been able to pick out one which you very much like. If you enjoyed the article, please leave a like, comment and share on to others.
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