Day 9: Asymmetrical Ankara Peplum Top + Pink Pants
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Hello and welcome to day 9 of the 20+ Days of African Print Fashion series! What’s not to love about this asymmetrical ankara peplum top?
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This beauty was designed by the very Dr. Jemima of Nanayah Studio. This is definitely not the first time you’ve heard me talk about the impeccable work of this talented designer. Dr. J has a professional sewing experience that spans over 35 years!
This breathtaking African print romper taken last fall and this slitted bubble sleeve mini dress from last summer are just a few of Dr. J’s pieces you’ve seen me wear.
Now if 35+ years of experience making one-of-a-kind African print styles is not enough to convince you about her talent, let the pieces do the talking. The way she delicately mixes fabrics, stylish details and tailoring techniques in product creation leaves you in awe.
This multi-tier, bubble sleeve wrap top and pencil skirt set is a perfect example. And if you’re like me, you’d be lusting after this bell sleeve, patchwork jacket which I would totally wear as a dress.
Nanayah Studio’s 5-Star Etsy reviews tell the rest of the story of the quality of Dr. Jemima’s work. The Ghana-born and raised designer hand makes every piece in Virginia to customers’ satisfaction.
For today’s look, I’m wearing this on-trend and stylish ankara peplum top complete with the bells and whistles of an asymmetrical peplum hem and neckline, stirred bubble sleeves and wrap around design. Can you see all the details Dr. Jemima packed into this top?
Playing off the colors of the peplum top, I chose a bright pink zara flare trousers paired with a platform heel (similar). And finished the look with a black embellished clutch (similar). Nanayah Studio makes it super easy to dress up or dress down their pieces.
Nanayah Studio has me giddy with excitement with every piece I wear. Definitely check out this family owned business for your African print fashion. If you’re still craving more African print fashion, check out the rest of the 20+ Days of African Print Fashion series to see all the featured styles and designers.
You can connect with Nanayah Studio on Instagram and shop Dr. J’s exquisite collection of African print styles on Etsy. As always, thank you so much for reading!
You may also like these posts: Day 8: African Print Pussy-Bow Maxi Dress | Day 7: African Print Midi Skirt + Nude Sweater |
I am wearing:
Patent wedge pump (similar)
Asos embellished clutch (similar)
Zara flare trousers with dart (exact)
Top c/o Nanayah Studio ankara peplum top
Photos by SNH Photos
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Love love love this outfit. The pink in it is amazing.
Thanks lady 🙂