History has it that Ankara prints was originally manufactured by the Dutch for the Indonesian textile market however the prints gained significantly more interest in the African countries especially West Africa because of it's tribal-like patterns and motifs. Ankara fabrics is also known as the African Wax prints and it is an African print of art work that has a lot of vibrant and colorful prints which cannot be overlooked. Ankara fabrics is now a trending fashion wear in the African fashion industry and it is also preferred to other fabrics because of it's uniqueness and affordability.
In African countries especially West Africa, Ankara fabrics is usually chosen as a uniform or a dress code for any occasion be it weddings, traditional marriage ceremony, funerals, church services, birthday party celebration, outings etc.
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