Check out the hottest ankara bomber jackets for women that are currently trending. Once upon a time, the ankara African print fabric was worn by only African women and the styles were very limited. But today, ankara has gone international and almost anyone can wear it. The styles you can make with them are now unlimited as you can make almost any style using African print. Ankara bomber jackets to beautiful red carpet outfits, ball gowns, clutch purses, tote bags, shoes, pants and shorts, and even for interior decorations, the choices are of what you can do with the African print fabric is unlimited.
Ankara bomber jackets used to be strictly menswear until it was hijacked and made into women’s piece of clothing too. And they can be styled up and down. You can wear it with a pair of jean, a dress, a skirt and so many other ways your creative fashion cap can allow you to mix and match it.
Below are some of the hottest ankara bomber jackets trendy women and African print lovers are wearing right now. Check them out and join the trend as you get more inspiration on how to rock an ankara bomber jacket.
Wearing a Forest ankara bomber jacket by Gitas Portal, this model combined it with a turtleneck black dress, matching wrist beads and earrings, as well as a black hat.
This model is wearing an ankara bomber jacket designed by Boriah Clothiers, a Nigerian-based fashion label. She paired the jacket with a grey knit dress.
Going for a relaxed look, this model wore her ankara bomber jacket with a pair of grey trousers, a red turtleneck sweatshirt and a pair of black and white flat sandals.
This model is a wearing a Nabla jacket by Akassi the brand Studio. She wore the ankara bomber jacket with a white top and a pair of white jeans and white sneakers. She completed the look with a tribal neckpiece and a face cap. A great style for some casual street wear.
Going for a more chic look this fashionista wore an orange peacock Ankara bomber jacket by Gitas Portal and paired it with a black tulle skirt. She glammed it up with a pair of gold peep-toe ankle boots. She completed the look with two pieces of yellow beaded necklaces and statement wrist accessories.
Above, Irony of Oshi wears a colourful Tantie ankara bomber jacket by Melange Mode. She paired it up with a black gown and a brown bracelet on her wrist. She completed the look with a pair of red heels with black stripes.
This model is wearing a Tantie ankara bomber jacket by Melange Mode. She wears the jacket without a top under it, baring some cleavage. She completed the look with a pair of blue ripped tight jeans and a pair of black high heeled sandals and a gold neck piece.
Playing with bright fun colours, this model wore her ankara bomber jacket with a white crop top and a pair of white jeans. She finished the look with a black face cap.
Rock your ankara bomber jacket with matching shorts like this model. She completed the look with sneakers of your choice. She’s wearing hers with a pair of white high laced sneaker and white socks.
This model rocks her ankara bomber jacket with a white blouse and a denim skirt.
This model wears her blue ankara bomber jacket as a top and paired it with matching ankara print pants and gold sandals.
The model above is rocking a Fenchurch African Print Bomber Jacket and a matching pair of shorts. The Fenchurch ensemble is made with super-bold African print fabric with sports inspired mesh side panels. The fabric has a lightweight crepe finish, finished with striped cuffs to the hem, cuffs and round varsity neckline.
Here’s another ankara bomber jacket.
Rocking the colourful ankara bomber jacket with a blue top and a pair of matching ankara shorts. She paired it with a pair of pink sneakers and dark sunglasses for a casual look.
In the photo above the model is rocking an Ella African print bomber jacket. The classic sporty bomber jacket has raglan sleeves and an open ended metal zip in front. It also has two big chest pockets and is made in a lightweight fabric with a soft slightly brushed effect feel to the surface. It has a black lining and was designed and manufactured in London. The model paired the jacket with a pair of white pants and a white top.
What do you think about the ankara bomber jackets all these women are rocking. Which of the bomber jackets is your favourite? Do you think it’s something for you? Share your views by leaving a comment below.
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