Thursday, May 18, 2017
Purple African Prints Dress
Hi everyone; I hope you are having a great week. Mine has been busy as usual but I'm glad I'm able to get the time off every now and then to attend to my hobbies which includes this blog. So, I'm going to make this post as short as possible. I know I say this all the time...haha! 😊 Okay, I have had this African print dress for years and I am glad that it still fits. I purchased it for a friend's sister's wedding as "Asoebi," an African cultural tradition where friends and /or family members buy the same fabric and make outfits (different styles or similar) to celebrate events like bridal shows, weddings,
I wore this dress to church recently and since the sleeves are short, threw a purple corduroy blazer over it, cinched the dress with a purple belt and accessorized with my metallic pumps and a bracelet; I usually like to keep my outfits simple. If you are interested in viewing other "Ankara/Asoebi" Fashion, check out some more on PINTEREST What have you all been up to lately? Thank you so much again for stopping by here.
Dress: Custom-made / Shop similar Here
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