At a point in my life, whenever I hear people say African wax prints, I used to think it was any type of fabric made in Africa. Overtime, I got to know that African wax print is another name for Ankara. Over the years, Ankara has gained much popularity around the globe. It has become generally accepted here in Africa, many of our celebrities have even made Ankara their fashion signature. If you’ve ever been to a store where they sell variety of quality Ankara materials, you will understand the true beauty of the fabric.
Yvonne Nelson is one of the African celebrities who seem to have a strong love for African prints. This can be seen from her Instagram page, as many of her pictures, show her wearing Ankara. In most of the pictures, she made simple gown out of the fabric. As simple as the gowns tend to look, they are usually beautiful. The outfits are made into different styles and designs.
I’m certain the name Yvonne Nelson isn’t strange to many of us. She is a popular Ghanaian actress, who acted in several Nigerian movies. African prints are not worn by Nigerians alone, it’s worn by the whole African continent as the name implies. These beautiful pictures of Yvonne Nelson in Ankara can influence your next choice of outfit.
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