Don’t you just love the Ankara Fabric ?

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The recent craze for Ankara fabrics has become so contagious, that it has slimily become a must have for any lady who knows whatz up about fashion trends. Basically traditional attires have been pushed aside to Friday attires especially in the northern part, Sunday services, wedding , burial and other traditional  occasions but with the emergence of these unique, colorful and exciting fabrics called Ankara, the general idea about native attires being for only weekends and traditional occasions has gone with the wind.

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If you want to add some color, style excitement to your wardrobe or attire, Ankara has got it all. Be it Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday or even the weekends you can never go wrong with Ankara. It could just be a touch of Ankara in your outfit, such as an Ankara inspired blazer, purse, bag, hair band or even bangles or you could go all the way, by wearing an Ankara knee length sleeveless gown with an English blazer to make it look professional

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Casual Friday.

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You could also go with an Ankara inspired skirt with a tank top and a blazer with parts of the Ankara material attached to the sleeve of the blazer. Like I mentioned earlier on you just can’t go wrong. So for those of you who are yet to add this awesome fabric to your cupboard, you had better do so now. So add some color and excitement to your life and get yourself some Ankara.

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It sure gives you a colorful and chic look

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Sexy and smart

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Beautiful and fun..

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Stay Beautiful Always!

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