It's not unexpected that African print fabrics have gotten a lot of international attention in recent years. African fabrics are created and patterned in a unique and attractive manner.
It is impossible not to admire its genuine beauty because of its unique colors and designs. These celebs are dressed to the nines in current African prints.
Beyonce has always looked stunning in everything she wears, but her true beauty shines through when she wears the African print fabric. Everywhere she goes, her costumes are admired.
2. ALICIA KEYS.
Songwriter, producer, actress, and most importantly, lover of African print dresses. Ms. Keys is one of our favorite celebs that enjoys wearing African print. We'll never forget how she stole the show at the MTV Video Music Awards in 2016.
In one of her visits to the White House, she dazzled in a stunning Ankara gown with a striped blouse underneath, basic black strapped heels, purse, and silver hoop earrings.
4. LADY GAGA.
Yes, some of Lady Gaga's fashion choices are iffy, but she slayed this lady's African print jacket without a doubt.
5. SOLANGE KNOWLES.
Solange always has stayed faithful to her African roots, both in her appearance and in her music. She's always spotted murdering in various African print patterns, just like her sister.
6. GWEN STEFANI.
She is a fashion icon as well as a music star, and her fearlessness in wearing African fashion pieces has earned her a lot of respect.
She doesn't wear much jewelry. Her African fashion style has proven that she can rock an African print fabric quite well.
Note: The fact that celebrities from all over the world are wearing African prints adds to the fact that the print is here to stay.
Even more, you may style the African print in a variety of ways to meet your modern lifestyle. It can be dressed up for work or special occasions, or worn simply.
Source: acekouture.com | Google.com
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