The Ankara material was formerly known as Dutch wax print as it was produced by the Dutch for the Indonesian markets, but found immense popularity among the people of Western Africa, as a result of this, they decided to focus their attention on the West African market and started churning out patterns that reflected African culture and lifestyle.
Ankara is now an everyday wear for a lot of people as even the materials more indigenous to us, like the aso-oke and tie and dye materials have been reserved for special occasions.
They are affordable clothing material for all and continue to garner popularity, year in year out.
The bright multi-color nature of the prints continue to attract interest from all, home and abroad. Enjoy our 12 magnificent ankara styles put together for casual events.
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