Many assumed African print will trend for a few months and then come crashing down and simply slide out the way. Unfortunately, this hasn’t been the truth. Yes, it is not as blazing as it was from 2013-2017 but it still has a punch amongst some of our hottest style influencers.
Why African Print Isn’t Dead
This may be due to the fact some Africans are turning their heads away from embracing it due to the fact that none of the prints are actually made in Africa. However, despite the controversy, they still remain one of the primary cultural ways to identify fashion goods made in Africa, and with that said it still carries light for branding for those that dearly wish to support African fashion.
Forest Colours Dominate
Today we serve you with some of the hottest African fashion looks to hit the internet within the past couple of weeks. To our surprise, it seems the Chilly Rainy season pulled out a lot of forest colours as most of the looks were dominated by green and brown styles.
There was more than an amazing abundance of great looks and definitely enough to be inspired by for your next event or day out. See the beauty below.
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