The combination of lace and Ankara fabric is one of the most unique and eye-catching ways that you may recreate clothing for yourselves, and it is also one of the most creative and amazing methods you can style your outfits.
Because the Ankara fabric typically features a variety of colourful colours and the lace material typically features simple prints, putting these two elegant fabrics together will help you a great deal in demonstrating that you have a good sense of style.
The Ankara patches that are sewn onto garments are not only capable of adding a splash of colour to the ensemble, but they may also occasionally be stunning works of art. Because of how well lace and Ankara look together, you might want to wear most of your lace outfits with your Ankara pieces since the combination of the two fabrics is usually stunning.
1. Short dresses.
While you are constructing your short dresses, the main body can be made out of the material that you want to dominate more of your clothes, while the older material can be utilised to create the body based on what you want to emphasise.
It's possible to make this kind of clothes out of Ankara, perhaps combined with a touch of lace. If you replaced some of the dress's broken portions with lace material, you could make the costume look even better every time you wore it, elevating your appearance to a new level.
2. Dresses with a protracted length
You are free to construct your long gowns using either one or two distinct types of fabric if you so want. Adding lace to a dress is a simple way to make it more elegant and accentuate its magnificence.
You may consider using Ankara to patch together the core portion of your gown in order to give it a one-of-a-kind look.
3. Midi Dresses
This is another another sophisticated and unique design that you will want to play with with to see how well it works for you in terms of enhancing your overall appearance.
Wonderful midi dresses can be made into a patchwork pattern by combining lace and colourful Ankara fabric scraps in a variety of patterns and colours.
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