African feminine flair reflects bold and jewel tone colors, and intricate patterns that symbolize the complexity, strength, and regality of feminine roles and energy. It is represented by traditional African wax prints reflective of diverse and rich cultures, as well as flowing and feminine silhouettes. These include ruffles, high waisted, A-line and off the shoulder designs, as well as bell sleeves.
In this post we review ensembles from black owned brands that embody African feminine flair. The range of garments mirror the varied roles of women as seen in work, weddings, motherhood, and leisure. Some of the following are affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. This means at no cost to you, Shop With Leslie will receive a commission should you use the advertisements in making a purchase.
This dress, with an off the shoulder ruffled sleeve and A-Line skirt fits so many occasions (e.g., afternoon brunch, a theater and dinner outing). It pairs well with Fulani or cowrie shell earrings and strappy yet comfortable sandals.
This colorful A line dress pairs well with gold tone Africa continent earrings and strappy or frilly sandals and pumps.
This off the shoulder mini dress looks good on a variety of body types and skin tones. It pairs well with fuschia, silver or white sandals, and silver jewelry, especially collar necklaces.
Bodycon dresses in various prints and styles are figure flattering. Find accessories that enhance this look and reflect your personal style.
African Feminine Flair is suitable for the workplace and professional events. Pair them with neutral and minimalist accessories.
Retro-style Ankara dresses exude femininity, wisdom, culture and personality. They also make accessorizing fun.
These dynamic designs and prints are show stoppers, before and after five.
Go regal with African feminine flair for formal, special, and annual events.
Check out more on African feminine flair from Wax and Wonder (advertisement) and on Pinterest.
In reviewing African feminine flair, I hope you find one or more dresses that work for you.
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