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A solemn crowd pleaser and teaser, this ankara jumpsuit would you make you keep giggling in awe of yourself. The torso of this ankara jumpsuit that makes for the blouse which is designed with a bat neck and ruffles over the chest, brings instant flattery to the attire jumpsuit outlook. It can be worn at any time, for any occasion and in any mood!
For this african dress, this part-white sleeve convention came in vogue around winter 2016 and wouldn’t die away. The high neck trendy style of the african dress has the semblance of a dinner cut attire, one that could be worn to fit a red carpet event perfectly, and also to the office to give that office elegance as it’s uber efficient.
The Susie Bow African Dress gives you the chance to own a full body dress. (High neck, long sleeves). A wardrobe is hardly ever complete without this kind of play- dress. What else would you have when you want to show some legs and still stay classy!
This sleek fitted dress can be one of the only choices for when you try to appear formal but not so much, casual but not so much too. The multiple colors of the fabric catch the eyes for that stylish polish look. This Carrot Midi dress has a different fabric but of similar color tone merged to it about 5inches of the bottom of the dress. A little extra good stuff to keep you at the spot light.
This flare dress is suitable for utmost carefreeness, baby comfort and goofing around. The dullness of the fabric ensures it can be styled with bright colored accessories to achieve that suave attitude. The charm of the Katie flare dress can be well seen when worn over block sandals, or dressed down with poppy slippers. Don’t get it twisted, the flare dress was designed to lay against the thighs, not knees, not calf and definitely not ankles.
This Crop Jacket is meshed with intense details providing for its cuteness overload. The two-tone fabric creates a nice contrast for the crop jacket, leaving the front a blue color with yellow undertones and the back, a yellow color with blue undertones. The crop jacket is what your wardrobe has been missing for you to look chic over a single-colored dress.
Pair this African jacket with a solid color bottom or a black pair of denims for a weekend getaway look. You will find that the fabric is a whole lot understated.
The beauty in this Peplum blouse is its versatility in style options and usage. Do you have a dinner date? You could pair the Peplum blouse with a prissy pencil skirt. Do you need a time out with the girls? You could pair it with a wide-legged trouser, or any kind of denims (bell bottoms or skinnies). The subtle flare does well to shift the blouse into a trendier look. (Please check your size before placing orders).
The Tricia African Pencil Skirt was designed for that sophisticated impression. This Pencil Skirt is styled to compliment the curves and yet, lined to give comfort. The fabric, commonly referred as macaroni, illuminates its pattern when matched with any blouse with moderate design. You might be surprised to learn that this Pencil Skirt fit awesomely with collared office shirts.
Make a statement with this African Off-Shoulder Dress. Not only is this style a mix of tradition and modernity, the African Off-Shoulder Dress is timeless and vogue-less. The flare around the bodice and also the skirt of the dress emphasizes the comfort behind the attire. The African Off-Shoulder Ruffle Dress can be paired for a 9 to 5, and then a 5 to 9. With minimal accessories you’d still look radiant and dashing from across a hall.
You can add that sassy bit of fashion with the Cecil African jacket when styled over any dress or jeans. What else would you need out of a jacket that the Cecil African jacket would not give you? It can achieve the formal look when paired over high-waist pants just as well as look kinky with a dress or denim. Choice your wardrobe nicely and don’t leave this African jacket out.