Now you all know that the secret of a well dressed woman is an incredibly well stock closet just ask Kim K. However one of the significance of being in your 20’s is the incredibly array of fun and carefree styles that you have access to. Some people might also say that your 20’s is perhaps the best time to shop for pieces that you feel might be vintage someday (mostly for purses).
In your 20’s you can get away with multiple cut-off and many more incredible style and that’s why I think its also a fun idea to invest in the african print fabric we all know as Ankara. The infusion of this fabric into our fashion world has been a long time coming and now that this lovely fabric has been given the time of day, its time that we also take it up a notch by sewing fun, girly and fun pieces with this fabulous fabric.
Below are six Ankara styles that we believe are perfect if you are in your 20’s, scroll down to check them out;
When you are young you can get away with pulling off really short outfits, this Ankara short dress with cut-offs is a cool piece.
A plain and pattern off-the -shoulder two piece is an incredible style choice for a millennial.
The mini Ankara flare skirt is another piece that you should have in your wardrobe, this is the best time to rock such a piece.
The fit and flare Ankara dress is a classic piece and with all the trendy styles you have, you should have a classy piece you can always fall back on.
There is a cool reason why the halter neck yoke toke never goes out of style, its because its provides comfort and that’s what every millennial wants.
Quickly, join the cold-shoulder trend before it goes off the radar for the umpteenth time, this boho style is just perfect for a young woman in her 20’s.
I love every piece of Ankara style on this list and maybe that’s because am in my 20’s (smiles)… What’s your take? Share your thoughts with me, simply leave your response in the comment section below.
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