• african prints
    Modern Ankara

    African prints-Ankara Style for the Modern Man(Photos)

    Hi there! Today’s post is a continuation from my previous one modern Ankara style for ladies(photos). it’s the men/guys part of styling African prints (ankara) to their taste. the men have no much diversity in their wears compared to the ladies, its mostly comprised of  tailored suit, a pant, a jacket, shorts, hats, baseball caps etc. putting in mind that men are no fans of colorful outfits but it seems the Africa prints or Ankara wears are breaking a barrier but it’s still mostly subtle. This African prints style can be seen on the runway all around the world, countless celebrities have been spotted wearing Ankara fashion styles, suits and/or dresses. Ankara…

  • Modern Ankara,  Women Fashion

    Modern Ankara Style for Ladies(Photos)

    Ankara Style Hi guys, as said from my previous post(PS: if you haven’t read it, its very interesting, click here to read it👉👉 Ankara history), I’ll be sharing the different ways a lady can wear an Ankara or how to incorporate into your formal wears or combining it. considering i’m a guy, i can easily tell how fashionable it looks👀😉😉😉. now lets get to it. The Ankara fabric is one of  west Africa’s best print when it comes to design; it is durable, comfy, light and affordable luxury. It can be worn to various occasion, it doesn’t need much accessories because of its colorful design. below are my list👇👇 Ankara…

  • Uncategorized

    African Prints: The History you probably Never Knew

    Ankara hey guys, my post today is gonna be about African print or Ankara or…… whatever you know it as.We going to be talking a little bit of history today… yes!, history class aren’t supposed to be boring right?…. well today’s ain’t going to be!😇.The way to creating an ANKARA is originally influenced by BATIK. Batik is an indonesian method of dyeing cloth by using wax-resist techniques. For Batik, wax is melted and then patterned across the blank cloth. From there, the cloth is soaked in dye, which is prevented from covering the entire cloth by the wax. If additional colors are required, the wax-and-soak process is repeated with new patterns. African…