Ankara Styles You Should Try

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The Ankara trend has been growing strong for a while and looks like it’s not letting down anytime soon. While it may seem to Ankara lovers that there aren’t that many new styles to try, there are still a few ways to switch it up. Ankara styles don’t always have to be long and flowing, it could be cute and simple.

Here are a few simple Ankara styles to try today:

Ankara Two-piece

This two-piece outfit consisting of a straight trousers and a long free gown is new and trendy. Guaranteed to turn a few heads. Looks like the inspiration might have come from men’s native.


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Ankara midi gown

Yes, the mixed Ankara midi gown is quite popular but its mostly with lace and/or chiffon. Try mixing your Ankara print with regular  fabric.

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Free gown.

This isn’t the regular free gown that flows from the midriff – this one starts before the burst area. Pair this simple outfit with a pair of shoes and watch it go from simple to classy.



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Ankara monostrap gown

Though monostrap is not a trend for everyone, this particular style makes you want to put it on no matter your reservations. The full sleeve adds an urbane touch to it.


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Ankara peplum

The peplum trend is one that can also be switched up. The Ankara peplum shirt  could easily be worn to work (on a Friday). Pairing your Ankara peplum top with shorts makes it simple and classy – just right for a party.


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