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If you are searching for inspiration for your ankara cold shoulder style, you have come to the right place.
The cold shoulder trend showed up on runways in 2015 and went mainstream in 2016. This trend has become a must-have in every wardrobe. You need to have at least ONE cold shoulder top. At the minimum.
This trend is different and in some cases, more comfortable than the off-shoulder style, which has been around for a while. It is trendy, fashionable and really comfortable. We love this style because it’s so easy to translate in ankara (or kitenge). Here are different ways you can make your ankara cold shoulder piece.
Ankara cold shoulder short dress
One style that really looks great with the cold shoulder trend is the short gown. It’s smart, stylish and comfortable.
This is actually more off-shoulder than cold shoulder, but we really loved the dress.
Ankara cold shoulder top
Probably the most popular trend, is the cold shoulder trend and this is one fantastic way to upgrade your wardrobe quickly (and affordably if you live in Africa).
Cold shoulder long dress
For a trend that you can wear to weddings or to Church, the cold shoulder is a good option. If you prefer something longer (ankle-length or midi), you could also try it with this trend.
Cold shoulder Jumpsuits
Jumpsuits are cool (particularly if you get them exactly in your size). It’s an easy way to look cool and stylish with minimal effort. These ankara cold shoulder jumpsuits will make you stand out.
Cold shoulder playsuit
We really love the playsuit. It is sexy and playful at the same time and a fun way to be stylish. These ankara playsuits are really nice and the cold shoulder detail adds an extra touch on it.
So that’s it people! Our cold shoulder styles using ankara (kitenge) fabric. What do you think? Which would you be sewing next?
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