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According To The Designers: Stylish Ankara African Print Styles You Should Be Wearing Now

Until a few months when another Africa Fashion Week London will be held to show us some of the latest ankara styles we should be wearing, this is what was showcased from the most recent one that took place in 2015. Until a few months when another Africa Fashion Week London will be held to show us some of the latest ankara styles we should be wearing, this is what was showcased from the most recent one that took place in 2015.

Designers are the trendsetters when it comes to fashion and what we wear, and as the African print acceptance grow more and more, many African and African inspired designers have taken it up to themselves to always make sure there a new ankara styles and a variety of choices for African fashion lovers. Designers are the trendsetters when it comes to fashion and what we wear, and as the African print acceptance grow more and more, many African and African inspired designers have taken it up to themselves to always make sure there a new ankara styles and a variety of choices for African fashion lovers.

Below are some of the very stylish ankara African print styles you should be wearing according to African designers who showcased their collections every year at the Africa Fashion Week London.

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These are pieces from Lihiya. The African label used a combination of stripes and bright colours for the designs.

These are some of the latest African styles that were showcased by Nomande’s. These ones were made with floral ankara chiffon fabric.

Using a combination of ankara African print, tulle, floral silk and laces, these are some of the pieces Chiemelie presented us with.

Asakeoge For Da Viva used a mixture of African prints and bright unicolour fabrics its gowns, pants, shorts and more.

African inspired Dutch designer, Van Else used a combination of African print, lace and unicolour fabrics for her latest collection that has dresses, jackets, blazers, shorts, pants and more.

Tangerine combined ankara prints with bright unicolored fabrics for the latest designs you should be wearing.

Sluu by Sluvin Designs showcased its collections made with a combination of African print, floral prints and unicolour fabrics.

South African brands, Rooi Rok Bookie and Blossom Handmade collaborated to showcase these latest pieces. The clothes, made with floral fabrics and ankara chiffon are by Rooi Rok Bookie while the pieces of jewellery are by Blossom Handmade.

These are latest ankara styles from Helena Njema that you should be wearing now.

From what Needlepoint Woman showcased, these are some of the latest ankara styles you should be wearing until the next edition of Africa Fashion Week London when we’ll get to see another set of designs as African fashion continues to grow.

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