A Taste Of Africa

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In your day to day life, you may have noticed the resurgence of interest with regards to African clothing and fashion. Whether you're used to the dashiki or a Kente print, African fashion goes much further than this.  From Sierra Leone to Kenya, Ethiopia to Uganda and Ghana, African style incorporates bold prints and colors with a touch of sophistication and an almost royal aesthetic.  



African fabrics and fashion are no longer seen by western audiences and buyers solely as "traditional" wear. Hand in hand with this has been the increasing use of African textiles and other craft and fashion elements by western designers, such as Louis Vuitton's use of the Kenyan Shuke in its Spring/Summer 2012 collection.



You don't have to be from this continent to take influence and make the African aesthetic a part of your own.  Whether you incorporate glamorous jewels, headscarves or big and bold tribal prints, now is the time to get inspired!





Outfit 1:
Scarf- $95 – diya-boutique.com
Top- $130 – snobswap.com
Pants- $645 – theoutnet.com
Shoes- $368 – theoutnet.com
Necklace- $33 – berricle.com
Earrings - $115 – lanecrawford.com

Outfit 2:
Scarf- $39 – diya-boutique.com
Jacket- $73 – fashionconscience.com
Pants- $241 – runway2street.com
Bag- $46 – restyle.pl
Shoes- $625 – bloomingdales.com
Bracelet - $69 – barneys.com

Outfit 3:
Scarf - $145 – diya-boutique.com
Top - $325 – marissacollection.com
Pants - $681 – farfetch.com
Shoes - $546 – matchesfashion.com
Necklace - $49 – eternalcollection.com

Outfit 4:
Scarf - $145 – diya-boutique.com
Top - $250 – modaoperandi.com
Pants - $45 – warehouse.co.uk
Shoes - $130 – c21stores.com

For more details on these looks and others check out our Polyvore Page!


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