So you want to celebrate your African heritage this month but you’re not sure which outfit to pick? There are so many styles to choose from and so many things to consider. Let’s find something that fits you.
A Powerful Career Woman?
This George Pant Suit gives you the elegance and sophistication you crave while giving you a big dose of African brilliance! Shimmering gold embroidery makes this look completely unforgettable. Click Here to see it or get your own!
Always On Top of the Trends?
Traditional Prints like these are the most popular trend in African-inspired fashion right now! Choose from a variety of bold colors and enjoy the breezy, free-flowing, feminine elegance. Click Here to choose your own!
Sexy and Sultry?
Show some skin in a tasteful yet alluring way with this crop-top African skirt set! Click Here to get your own!
An Understated Beauty?
Do you prefer styles that are elegant yet subtle? Wrap up in a hand-crafted mudcloth skirt for a look that is undeniably African yet easy to pair with everyday casual tops. Click Here to choose your own!
Adventurous and daring?
Show your exotic side with one of these leopard print kaftans. This is a bold look for a daring modern woman! Click Here to choose your own!
Royal and Regal?
This george fabric dress and jacket set is fit for a queen with gold embroidery and a crown to match! Click Here to see it or choose one for yourself!
Artistic and Creative?
This African peacock kaftan is lush and vibrant, taking your mind to exotic locales and unforgettable landscapes. Click Here to choose your own!
Ready for Church on Sunday?
This hand-tailored Nigerian skirt set is tasteful, feminine, and elegant. It’s the perfect way to celebrate on the last Sunday of February! Click Here to get your own.
A Multi-Tasking Mama!
We get it! If you’ve got kids everywhere you don’t have time for complicated wardrobes.
This bright, eye-catching Kente dashiki gives you a glamorous, fun look that pairs with jeans, yoga pants, or leggings for those busy days! Click Here to get your own.
What Is Your Favorite Look?
Share your African-inspired Black History Month looks in the comments!