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Hot or Not? Ghana Media Personality Berla Mundi’s ankara dress



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    23 Times Berla Mundi’s Afronista Style Got Our Thumbs Up



    When it comes to African clothing, Berla Mundi’s Afronista Style is right there at the forefront leading the pack. The beautiful award-winning Ghanaian television personality is bold with her fashion choices and we are simply delighted every chance we get to spot her in a cool outfit.

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    A blue strapless African print dress with removable puff sleeves.

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    This lovely off shoulder dress screams Afronista.

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    This look large collar African print coat over a basic jean and tshirt outfit dresses it up and says effortless chic.

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    We are crushing on this red bubble sleeve African print top and blue pants. Lovely combination.

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    Talk about elegance in print. The symmetry and fit of this simple yet elegant dress had us doing the double thumbs up.

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    A simple rompa with fun sleeves, who wouldn’t want one after seeing Berla in them?

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    The prints on this Peplum jacket complement her ripped jeans quite beautifully.


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    what we liked about this wasn’t just the sleeveless top which is quite flattering. We really liked the african print detail on the yellow skirt.

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    If this isn’t glam then we don’t know what is. She paired the beautiful off shoulder bubble sleeve top with a fitted skirt quite beautifully.

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    The print, the sleeves, the simplicity, in short everything about this dress is just Afronista lovely.

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    Leave it to Berla to show some leg in a peplum dress and look flawless while doing so.

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    We love the creativity that goes with combining fabrics this way. A little lace here, a little wax there, some bold colors here and there and somehow they mesh together to make the perfect red carpet outfit.

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    What good is and Afronista if you don’t slap on some artistic pieces now and then? We love the floral detail on this dress and who better to pull it off than Ghana’s Afronista Princess?

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    Berla went subtle with her Afronista vibe on this dress. A little touch of zebra and she still conveyed Afronista without going overboard.

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    Ahhh the split just gives this two piece the right touch of lovely.

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    Another creative vibe in a dress. The color, the style all mesh together beautifully.

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    We want to raid Berla’s closet. We just love her African pieces especially ones like this that say contemporary African fashion.

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    Talk about subtle sexy-ness and mature elegance. This dress and all its detail is undeniably one of the best pieces we have seen on Berla.

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    Even when she is keeping it simple, she still manages to pick the pieces that work well. We love the sleeves which work well with the dress in an unsuspecting way.

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    A peplum wrap jacket is a closet staple for all Afronistas and Berla is no exception.

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    We love the simplicity and playfulness of this dress.

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    This look says, “I love Afronista Style” and we all give it a double thumbs up.

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    Color block skirt with a little bit of midriff showing. Leave it to Berla to show off some skin tastefully.

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    Ankara Inspiration: 16 Looks from Vlisco’s Woven Wisdom



    In the world of woven wisdom, fascinating features in textiles and nature are examined and given a bold new interpretation. This African Print collection which kicks off 2016 was inspired by the techniques and woven pattern results from knitting. This age-old technique is breathing new life into the fabrics while homage is paid to the 50’s, using silhouettes from that time in their ready made garments.

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    ‘SILENT EMPIRE’: THE POWER OF SUBTLETY – Vlisco’s First Fabric Collection of 2012

    Silent Empire, Vlisco’s first fabric collection of 2012 has the drama of a frozen opera with a touch of blossoming with which reveals spiritual ambiguity.



    Behold the hidden secrets of the new Vlisco fabric collection named Silent Empire. The drama of a frozen opera with a touch of blossoming wit reveals spiritual ambiguity. A restrained yet ceremonious composition of graphic shapes further emphasises a sense of a serene stratification. The layering of details in patterns creates a cultured perception of the designs. The boldness of the designs is tempered by a colour palette dominated by muted earthy tones and alternating with intense shades of blue and lime to create an eye-catching twist.


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