WEare well aware that as humans, we react to the things we see differently and this has inspired us to put together this selection of African print LookBook styles that we thought to share with you, owning to the fact that we can’t seem to stop admiring them. We trust that you will love them too, you might not it all depends on what speaks to you at the moment. African Clothing for all occasions. Authentic African designs made into dresses, Shirts, original beads. In different styles to suite every occasion and season. Designer and the Boutique are doing very well indeed. The label focuses on creating timeless fashion pieces using African print, their ability to bring African fabric to the mainstream; is established though union of the African and Western culture
Continue reading African Fashion For Women And Men LookBook 2017 / 18
Dress was so beautiful to the point where hundreds of brides copied it, will be sharing pics of other brides wearing it. congragulations to this beautiful couple,we so love how the bride and bridesmaids looked in those beautiful dresses.In celebration of Heritage Day, enjoy the beautiful looks of brides of all South African ethnic tribes. They’re all colourful and rich in culture.A married woman in Tswana culture wears an attire called letoitsi, with a white blanket around her shoulders.
Continue reading How To Wear Tswana Wedding Dresses 2018
African dresses are just amazing! What’s not to love about this dress with matching head wrap? The colors, patterns, and style is everything and then some! The embellished details, sleeveless style, and classic neckline makes it is a classic piece in your closet.OMG! This dress is giving us so much life! The African mermaid dress perfectly features the most beautiful tube cut and flowy details. You’ll never want any other dress once you put this on.
Continue reading African Dresses Style Trends 2017 / 18
birthdayed the entire week in her traditionalVenda attire.Girls start with a shedo, a small square of fabric sewn onto a broad strip which hangs down in front as a small apron. When a girl develops breasts she wears a nwenda at the waist or just above the breasts.Venda girls traditionally wear a shedo, a small apron which covers the pubic area. When girls develop breasts, they wear a nwenda at the waist or around one shoulder, which is made from brightly coloured striped fabric. Beaded necklaces, bangles and headbands are also worn.
Continue reading ✿ venda traditional wedding dresses 2017 / 2018 ✿
Venda Traditional Dresses are worn only by married women, goatskin apron is called Tshirivha, which includes the back and front. On special occasions, married women used to wear the apron back ceremony .Here is a few images of their traditional wedding held on a rainy day in Bloemfontein. One of them is the Venda traditional clothes. One nation can get to know other Nations through their traditional clothes. Up to now, the traditional clothing is still a popular choice, especially is during special occasions.
Continue reading Venda Attire Traditional Dresses