African Print Palazzo Pants and Ankara Top

Finally an African print palazzo pants that looks just as chic as it is stylish. This blend of Ankara fabric and polka dot ruffles was done to perfection! Ankara | Dutch wax | Kente | Kitenge | Dashiki | African print dress | African fashion | African women dresses | African prints | Nigerian style | Ghanaian fashion | Senegal fashion | Kenya fashion | Nigerian fashion

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Finally an African print palazzo pants that looks just as chic as it is stylish. This blend of Ankara fabric and polka dot ruffles was done to perfection! Ankara | Dutch wax | Kente | Kitenge | Dashiki | African print dress | African fashion | African women dresses | African prints | Nigerian style | Ghanaian fashion | Senegal fashion | Kenya fashion | Nigerian fashion

African print has some serious steez! Living in Alaska makes it harder for me to wear this cultural piece that means so much to me. With the weather finally feeling a lot like summer, I wanted to share this super chic African print palazzo pants and ankara top with you.

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Finally an African print palazzo pants that looks just as chic as it is stylish. This blend of Ankara fabric and polka dot ruffles was done to perfection! Ankara | Dutch wax | Kente | Kitenge | Dashiki | African print dress | African fashion | African women dresses | African prints | Nigerian style | Ghanaian fashion | Senegal fashion | Kenya fashion | Nigerian fashion

One of the beauties I admire about African print is that no two pieces are exactly the same. From the way they are sewn to they way they are styled makes every ankara outfit a masterpiece. This chic African print palazzo pants set I have on was handmade by Nanayah Studio.

Finally an African print palazzo pants that looks just as chic as it is stylish. This blend of Ankara fabric and polka dot ruffles was done to perfection! Ankara | Dutch wax | Kente | Kitenge | Dashiki | African print dress | African fashion | African women dresses | African prints | Nigerian style | Ghanaian fashion | Senegal fashion | Kenya fashion | Nigerian fashionThe unique combination of classic polka dot chiffon ruffles on the sleeves and pleated neckline paired with the abstract design of the ankara fabric creates the perfect marriage between ethnic and western influences. The cut out teardrop pattern of this top steps it up even further. 

Finally an African print palazzo pants that looks just as chic as it is stylish. This blend of Ankara fabric and polka dot ruffles was done to perfection! Ankara | Dutch wax | Kente | Kitenge | Dashiki | African print dress | African fashion | African women dresses | African prints | Nigerian style | Ghanaian fashion | Senegal fashion | Kenya fashion | Nigerian fashionPlaying off the colors of the ankara top, Nanayah created this epic wide leg pants to pair with the blouse. If you’re looking for the perfect statement wide leg summer pants, this African print palazzo pants is all you need. The thick waistband defines and accentuates your waist, creating the illusion of a taller body frame. 

Finally an African print palazzo pants that looks just as chic as it is stylish. This blend of Ankara fabric and polka dot ruffles was done to perfection! Ankara | Dutch wax | Kente | Kitenge | Dashiki | African print dress | African fashion | African women dresses | African prints | Nigerian style | Ghanaian fashion | Senegal fashion | Kenya fashion | Nigerian fashionI paired this ankara set with a comfortable pair of cork platform wedges. Standing tall at almost 5’9, I’m ready to conquer the world 😉 You can also mix and match with your favorite denim jeans and heels, like I did or with flats for a laid back appeal.

Finally an African print palazzo pants that looks just as chic as it is stylish. This blend of Ankara fabric and polka dot ruffles was done to perfection! Ankara | Dutch wax | Kente | Kitenge | Dashiki | African print dress | African fashion | African women dresses | African prints | Nigerian style | Ghanaian fashion | Senegal fashion | Kenya fashion | Nigerian fashionAnyone can totally rock this ethnic piece. It’s all about finding a pattern that speaks to you and you feel comfortable wearing. If you’re curious on how to care for this delicate fabric, I’ve got you covered with this post on how to care for your African print clothesUntil next time, thanks for stopping by!

 

You may also like these posts: 30 Stylish Ankara Styles | Wide Leg Pants Outfit |

I am wearing:

Black platform wedge

Blue platform wedge (similar)

c/o Nanayah Studio ankara top (here)

c/o Nanayah Studio palazzo pants (here)

Black high-waisted jeans denim (similar)

Photos by SNH Photos

 

 

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  • Reply
    Linda Manns Linneman
    July 1, 2017 at 11:26 am

    This outfit is so cute. I don’t know how you do it but you pull these outfits off well. You look stunning. I love keeping up with you on instagram. So cute and impressive

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      Louisa
      July 1, 2017 at 2:38 pm

      You’re so kind Linda. Thank you for the sweet comment 🙂

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    Samantha Michelle
    June 19, 2017 at 10:25 pm

    I really love your sense if style. The top and pants are so beautiful to look at. You always make any outfit look so perfect

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      Louisa
      June 20, 2017 at 3:58 pm

      Aww thanks Samantha! So kind of you to say 🙂

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    Charlotte
    May 28, 2017 at 2:27 pm

    I wouldn’t be able to look as good as you do in that outfit.

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      Louisa
      May 28, 2017 at 4:07 pm

      You’re so kind. Thanks Charlotte!

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    Adriane
    May 21, 2017 at 7:51 pm

    LOVE those pants!

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      Louisa
      May 21, 2017 at 10:48 pm

      Thank you Adriane 🙂

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    MsQueenRo
    May 17, 2017 at 8:59 am

    Firstly. I’m going to have to talk to you offline on how you ended in AK LOL; secondly, LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this outfit. I don’t have anything African yet and I can’t wait to purchase something. They are the most beautiful sets of clothing that exist! Great post!

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      Louisa
      May 18, 2017 at 5:29 am

      Hahaha yes please! Would love to chat about my adventures in Alaska and how I ended up here in the first place 🙂 African print clothes are just amazing. I would wear them all year long if I had enough of them. And girl, you need one in your closet.

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