Fashion Infusion – African Meets Modern

Fashion Infusion

Fashion Infusion ~ Mixture of African fashion and textiles blended with contemporary (Modern) fashion. 

Hey loves, happy Sunday! I have been a bit hesitant putting up any post ‘cos my hosting provider has been misbehaving badly and my site has been suffering enough downtime. It sucks!

Fashion Infusion

I must say I am a new lover of African textile. I never really fancied wearing African prints cos I grew up with the mindset that they were for ‘older’ people.

Growing up, I would see my mum and aunts adorn themselves in well-tailored beautiful African print and all that came to mind was, ‘When I’m much older,  I’ll wear such too’….

Fashion Fusion… Fashion infusion

I am super thrilled that the fashion world has and is still evolving.

These days, most Outfits I see made with African prints now have a modern feel with the infusion of other kinds of fabric. I love it!

Another way is to wear a top like mine with your one piece.

Fashion Infusion

Apart from it being stylish, it is gradually helping me embrace my new love for African prints.

Don’t get me wrong, we have the most gorgeous fabrics ever but personally, they just started growing on me.

Fashion Infusion

I made this skirt a long time ago for a wedding (asoebi) and dumped it afterwards cos I simply didn’t know what to do with it. Thank goodness for #Fashiongrowth lol.

Fashion infusion

Fashion infusion

Isn’t it funny how these days when I go fabric shopping, I can’t seem to get enough of our African prints.

How do you wear yours? Do you keep it strictly traditional looking or you add a little twist to yours?  Please share using the comment box below.

Kisses loves!!!

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19 Replies to “Fashion Infusion – African Meets Modern”

  1. Splendid combo! We still looking forward to posts for guys!.

    1. Thanks alot. Very soon epiphany29 will cater to guys too.

  2. I love Ankara shorts and pants. I love to wear them with tank tops. Simple and nice.

    1. Hi Omo, thanks for your comment. Yes, tank tops and ankara pants are simple and nice

  3. It’s a beautiful combination you’ve got here. I wear my Ankara as skirt and blouse or gown mostly.

    1. Thanks alot. Most people like to keep it simple.

  4. Charles Gigi says: Reply

    You have an eye for good styles,girl………keep up the good work

    1. Thanks alot Charles.

  5. U look really nice! I mix and match depending on the occasion.

  6. I can’t get enough of African prints, it’s like a story mixing with the style sewn and the person wearing. It’s one fashion form that’s evolves 360. I love the pairing of black and a green sling bag to the print skirt.

    1. Hmm, that’s a fine angle. Thanks alot for reading

  7. It’s a good thing you picked it up and wore it again. I love the infusion nice one http://www.adagirl.com.ng

    1. Thanks alot love

  8. Africa prints are indeed amazing. I honestly, can’t get enough of them

  9. I am so obsessed with African prints! I love how it can be paired with almost everything and still come out stylish. I like your bag!!

    Evita In Progress

    1. I totally agree with you on that. Thanks alot love.

  10. I love your skirt girl! I follow you on insta but I dont know how I never checked out your blog till now, my bad. I love it!

    Ash | http://www.theashtreejournal.com

    1. Thanks alot Ash! Be sure I will return the Favour

  11. You look absolutely stunning! That’s a really cute outfit.

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