When it comes to styling the Ankara fabric, one of the most versatile looks is as a top, which can be worn in a variety of ways. Throughout this collection, we will be looking at some of the different ways you can wear your Ankara shirt as a lady.
It is possible to style the Ankara fabric as a top, and this top style can take the form of a crop top, a wrap top, an off-shoulder top, a corset top, a Peplum blouse, and other variations on this theme. The sort of top you choose to wear will, however, be determined by the occasion you intend to rock it to.
When worn with a pair of jeans or wide-leg pants, the Ankara crop top, for example, can be transformed into a comfortable casual ensemble. Alternatively, the peplum blouse can be worn for both formal and informal settings. Wearing the Ankara wrap top to work on Fridays or as a casual outfit throughout the weekend is completely optional. The following are some examples of how you can wear your Ankara shirt as a lady.
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