Many workers, students, government officials and other members of the Ghanaian public are seen on the last day of the working week sporting African print or made-in-Ghana clothes.
Ladies usually wear kaba and slit, straight dresses, (long and short), skirt and blouse and blouse over trousers, while the gents go for shirts, jumpers, boubous and smocks.
African print is a fabric that is trending in our fashion space these days.
People have different reasons to slay in and rock the African print wears.
The African print wears are so unique and spectacular that it creates its own event and speaks to whoever it comes across.
Whether you hope to promote made-in-Ghana fabric or fashion or it is a cultural thing for you, the following ideas should make your Fridays or any other day you rock your African print exciting!
Just a touch of African print
This kente bow tie can make all the difference when you don’t want to veer off too much from your official wear routine.
The blazer trick
You can also throw on a blazer made from an African print to tone down the serious look.
Or you can go all out and wow with this complete fashion statement in favour of African wear.
Not exactly suitable for an office setting but if you are creative and hope to make a strong statement, please go all out!
You have a date later Friday evening and you don't want to go home and change before it, this absolutely nails it.
*Fashion designer, Cecil Duddley Mends and his CDM Fashion Couture team contributed to these African wear ideas.