Keep it Kente
I absolutely love kente, it's a beautiful fabric, so when I spotted this gorgeous black and white kente ankara in my favourite fabric shop I was over the moon. Here's what I made:
|This cherry print pencil dress is available from http://www.20thcenturyfoxy.com/|
|Totally love this photo from http://theartofjordan.blogspot.com/|
its hard not to love kente designs..the vibrant colors and things and i love your ensemble, did you make the dress? lovely! have a great weekReplyDelete
oops i didnt read it properly...nice dress!ReplyDelete
It’s actually a skirt and a bra top. For modesty’s sake I wore it with a shirt. I must admit though I did cheat with the bra top, I just covered an old bra with the fabric. I’m top heavy and it's hard getting bra cups larger than E so I just use old/cheap strapless bras, it’s easier that way and there are fewer wardrobe malfunctions.ReplyDelete
I'm glad you like it hun, have a great week too :D.ReplyDelete
You are just perfectly beautiful and so stylish with this outfit.ReplyDelete
yes i do like it! i enjoy making bustiers out of bras too, the only problem like you stated is the sizing; they end up not covering the full area lol well all the same skirt and bra top or dress ....it looks good!ReplyDelete
nice outfit u got here buki. I guess with our prints properly combined, u can never be wrong. Kudos girl!ReplyDelete
I love the dres in the black and white print, it looks so elegant!ReplyDelete
@minasek - awww thanks darling, you're too kind.ReplyDelete
@ashi - thanks babe.
@nitabrownsugah - thanks hun, you're right you can't go wrong with a bit of African print.
@Ms K - thanks so such.
The outfit is beautiful, so are u.........ReplyDelete
Aww, your're so sweet, thanks xReplyDelete
I absolutely love the outfit and the skirt!!ReplyDelete
Thanks doll xReplyDelete