Last week and the week before we had modern looks for our church outfit idea, this week we bringing you the Ankara edition… Ankara as we know is versatile, it’s the No 1 go to fabric for any and every occasion.
Below are a series of styles that are decent and moderate enough to work to church.
@_tinky styles a wax print off shoulder knee length flared dress with a crystal brooch, gold jewelries and silver heels which goes in sync with the creamish white taffeta fabric up top. This look is subtle and stylish, perfect for Sunday service.
Mix print Iro and Buba
Ronke fella stuns in this simple tradition/modern outfit. She rocks two star wax print of different colors, the yellow star print she uses for her off shoulder longs leeve buba (blouse) while the blue star print is used for the iro (wrapper). She complements her attire with an ankara wax print bag, gold chain necklace, dark shade sunglasses and a cream slip on.
This attire takes the form of an umbrella, this diva’s style is a crisscross flap sleeve flared dress which looks quite like an umbrella. This outfit is paired with a black leather bag and a black with gold stud ankle strap heel.
Folake works a lovely sparkly orange and black batik pants with a brown belt, cream chiffon shirt, orange brown leather clutch and black sandal heel. She brightens her look with yellow colored nail polish.
Yomi’s attire is a way to mix different Ankara print with similar shades, here she rocks a purple elbow sleeved Ankara with another multiple purple shade high waist Ankara ankle length flared skirt. She completes her look with a purple peep toe heel and a blue hue bejewelled purse.
Yomi Shabi’s look here is simple and beautiful, she rocks a multiple hue high waist floor length yoke skirt which she pairs with a sheer lace blouse with a white singlet, shoulder length earring and a yellow bag with multiple colors as the handle.[yop_poll id=”236″]
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