Ankara fashion is all over Instagram. Not only Africans are obsessed with the unique fashion style, which is not surprising because Ankara fabrics have very unique print styles. They are very fashionable and make a loud style statement. Wonder how a trench coat can change your whole look in seconds? I have worn this trench coat to different places and the responses are always unique.
This art print of red jumping horses made me want the Kira trench dress in different colors. African fashion, style, dance, and music are taking over the world. Fashion houses and designers are putting the Ankara fabric into more valuable style use. A lot of designers are creating more English styles with Ankara fabrics. Years back, Ankara fabrics were mostly worn or tailored to portray the traditional African style which I also love, but the diversity in style is also a great idea.
Tufafii is a standout made of Africa clothing representing made in Africa and I am so proud to be wearing this unique design. This designer has a large supply of any fabric and clothing representing Africa. A large clothing supply that includes, blouses, jackets, trench coats, pants, skirts, jumpsuits, and dresses. Ankara Bags and scarves are also available for purchase worldwide. Men are not left out. The Tufafiiman collection is also available for purchase.
The Wina Dress is a wrap maxi dress with Long Sleeves and a tie belt around the waist. It has a big sleeve which makes it even more unique.
Kira trench dress
How to wear Ankara trench coat
1. Wear it as a trench coat: Wear it over any clothing as a trench coat. This is a very perfect wardrobe staple.
2. Dress it up: This is a trench dress and can be worn just like a dress. Tie the belt to fit and add a pair of heel sandals or Birkenstock from Czasnabuty.pl.
3. Your eyewear should do the talking. Wearing Ankara prints the rule is less is more when accessorizing. A simple sunglass that features the same color in your Ankara trench coat is a perfect match.
4. Keep your bag very simple. A mini bag will do, to avoid looking too heavy, busy and noisy.