Ankara Fashion – Latest African print Styles

Ankara Fashion

If you asked me why I love African fashion, my thoughts would race to growing up in Kenya, the cultural beauty that is abstractly preserved and portrayed in the prints. My childhood memory of  ‘Kitenge’ (how we call African print in Kenya) is of resilience, hard work and the power of hope that I saw every woman live life though while beautifully dressed in ‘Kitenge’. African print never goes out of fashion, it’s something that is passed down through generations. Looking for latest African print style, then keep reading this article for some timeless Ankara fashion – latest African print styles. (Shop Here)

The beauty of African print/ Ankara fashion

One sensational thing about African print is the charm and the  beauty of the prints. The boldness, vibrance, the feel and the radiation of different energies that each print portrays.  So when I design the clothes all I want to convey is the happiness and the abundance of good energy in each garment. (Dress link)

Ankara Fashion - Latest African print Styles

Express yourself

We convey so much through fashion and African prints give us the uniqueness opportunity to express ourselves, while thinking of how it’s interconnected to individuality. The dresses can be simple and easy to wear, as well as sophisticated and chic depending on the occasion. With a perfectly cut and carefully stitched  dress you will mesmerise yourself in the beauty of African print and just let your beauty wash over from inside out. (Dress link)

Ankara Fashion - Latest African print Styles

My story

There is something about telling my story that is so scary.  As an introverted person this something have always struggled with. But I find that through working with African prints I’m not afraid to let my soul bare and exposed. Telling a part  my story through every single piece. It’s intriguing how creativity can help in building confidence in such a unique and graceful way. Have become bold, colourful and I am myself. Making this dress what I wanted to convey is the power of simply being me and the fascination of new. (Dress link)

Ankara Fashion - Latest African print Styles

Joyful colours

This Ankara peplum top is a pop of  joyful spring colours. The pint is like a trip to the marvels of nature, an eye catching  fresh spring bloom against oceanic waters. Simply cut, with details to add flare and personality to what would have been a common top. When making the top all I could Imagine was a sunny day, strawberry ice cream and just letting the  serenity of a Summer afternoon wash over. The top is perfect for all body types. (Top link)

Ankara Fashion - Latest African print Styles

8 Replies to “Ankara Fashion – Latest African print Styles”

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    Stacie says: 08.21.2019 at 12:24 am

    I adore these dresses. The colors, cuts, and prints are so vibrant and beautiful. I think they look so unique.

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    Kita Roberts says: 08.21.2019 at 11:22 am

    I love those outfits so much! They look really fabulous! The colors perfectly defines someone’s personality.

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    kumamonjeng says: 08.21.2019 at 2:07 pm

    Gosh, the Afican’s prints are just stunning and so fashionable. I love it and it is so unique. Is there a place where I can purchase this outfit?

    1. Mercy
      Mercy says: 08.21.2019 at 8:01 pm

      Thank you very much. Yes you can buy the dresses SHOP HERE

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    Bethanni Williams says: 08.21.2019 at 3:12 pm

    I LOVEEEE your blog and I love the prints and the knowledge about each piece. I love the last top with the asymmetrical neckline! So my style and I will definitely refer some people to this post

    1. Mercy
      Mercy says: 08.21.2019 at 8:04 pm

      Hi Bethanni, Thank you very much. The asymmetrical one is one of my all time favourite, it’s just so full of colour 🙂

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    alexandra cook says: 08.22.2019 at 2:31 pm

    I love these outfits, pretty and stylish. Love the trend mix. I definitely feel that I could pull each version

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    amy says: 08.22.2019 at 4:13 pm

    love all of them! but the fourth one is mu fave because it has this unique style that really grab my attention

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