CASUAL ANKARA STYLES TO UP YOUR GAME THIS WEEK

CASUAL ANKARA STYLES TO UP YOUR GAME THIS WEEK

How’s Your Ankara game this week? If you only planning on wearing it to church or to work at most twice this week then you need to take several seats. Ankara styles should not take a back seat, rather they should be at the fore front of your style this week. To further prove that your Ankara game can be tight, here are 6 fabulous Ankara styles that should should totally get into;Remember Pinafore’s they look good in Ankara just pair with a lovely body hug top and box heels. To add more swag to your look switch up from heels to sneakers next time you wear them.

Pinafore

Pinafore

Showing off your best asset while rocking this fabric is everything and a deep V doll dress would do that for you, you can also wear it with sneakers, flat sandals or stiletto’s.

Flare Dress

Flare Dress

What would you do with your oleku Buba (blouse) now that you’ve worn it way too many times? Simple… Rock the blouse over or tucked into a pair of ripped jean or pencil jean. Finish off with heels because it gives off the best look.

Blouse

Blouse

There are different ways to skin a cat therefore there are different ways you can re-style an outfit, Rather than rocking your two piece pencil skirt and matching blouse, rock that pencil skirt with  plain bustier or strapless top and finish off with a thin strap sandal heel.

Pencil Skirt

Pencil Skirt

You can look professional in shorts, achieve this by rocking a pair of ankara shorts and pairing it with a black shirt completely buttoned to the brim. Pair with a nude or brown heel.

Shorts

Shorts

Do you love simple designs? If yes then try out a strapless smoked elastic flare blouse and pair over a pencil skirt and heels.

Strapeless

Strapeless

Ankara fashion has gone beyond our imagination and its only right that we are there to push it further so make sure your casual outfits comprise of two or three Ankara styles today.

.

.

This article was brought to you by Madivas

loading...
loading...

NO COMMENTS

LEAVE A REPLY

three × two =