Latest Asoebi Trending styles/ African Fashion:Ankara Styles/#Asoebi styles 2020/2020 Ankara Styles
Fashion in African traditional styles is very popular among
trendsetters. Let’s talk about the latest trends and styles in
2020 when it comes to native fashion. Anyone can choose an
attire to their own taste. Be stylish and beautiful!
Fashion and style in Africa
Africa people like to wear clothes in their traditional fashion and style. If they do
not wear the complete traditional look, there will be at least
one cultural element in their outfit. These looks are not just
for parties and events. They are also great as casual wears.
Look around you and you will spot elements of traditional
fashion in both male and female outfits.
Fashion designers in Africa, as well as major manufacturers
of fabrics and ready-made clothes, constantly draw
inspiration from traditional styles of clothing, creating new
collections of attires and fabrics. They might make changes
to the colour combinations and cuts in accordance with the
new world fashion trends. Also, famous European and
American designers who are known worldwide, continually
use traditional African prints and designs in their collections.
The simple fact is, only people that do not forget their past
and culture are worthy of respect.
Latest Ankara styles
Africa fashionistas do not get tired of admiring Ankara
styles . The right colours and beautiful designs draw all eyes to
you. This season offers many types of traditional attire in blue
and a few other tones like yellow. The yellow colour is
combined with blue, red and brown. In one look, as a rule, two
or three colours are combined.
Trendy styles made with Ankara has an interesting
combinations of warm and cool colours. For
example, you can use beige and blue, red and blue, yellow
and purple, red and purple according to the latest fashion . It is
extremely popular this season to combine Ankara with other
fabrics, especially lace. African designers love Ankara fabric
and create gowns of different stylish cuts.
Traditional blouse styles
Traditional skirt styles
Aso Ebi styles for men