Every time we go to any church program, we end up interacting with other people from different works of life, that is why we need to make a good impression of ourselves by dressing well.
In this article, we are going to look at beautiful ways we can rock we are also known as Kampala attires for church services. For those who don’t know much about the Kampala fabric, it is made using the tie and dye process and deep into colour to set the style. It is of African origin.
There are many ways to look beautiful with Kampala attire, and ill list them here for you;
1. Short Kampala dresses
You can sew short Ankara dresses because they are a very good choice for attending fashionable events. It makes your figure look curvier as a woman and more astonishing. Ensure that the dress is not too tight on your skin because Kampala dresses look better when they are sewn with a little bit of space.
1. When choosing accessories, you have a wide range of accessories you can select from. Ranging from the native beads, neck beads and so on to the exotic golden accessories like necklaces bangles and so on. When selecting accessories, you have to be careful not to overdo it because Kampala fabric has a unique sheen that makes it stand out so you don’t need too many accessories.
3. One other very good thing about Kampala is that it suits every body type and shape. It also has various tailor cuts which means that you can sew a variety of styles with one fabric. So if you are a tailor, when cutting the Kampala fabric to sew, try as much as you can to cut it according to the pattern or design of the fabric. It gives it a more expert and mature look.
4. You can mix your Kampala attire with other fabrics like satin, chinos, chiffon. This will give you a unique and adorable look.
5. Wear shows and bags that match the colour of the dress. You can also wear a matching gele or a hair tie.
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