Ankara is becoming one of the biggest and sought after fabric not only in Africa but also internationally.
Below are some of the ways you can dress your little angel for church, weddings, outings and even for photoshoots.
1. Full flared ankara and lace ball gown.
This dress is ideal for weddings. Pair it with flat sandals and a matching bow on her hair and the little princess is ready for the day.
2. Off shoulder Maxi dress.
A flared off shoulder dress is ideal for weddings and for church too. Pair with flats and a scarf for when it gets cold.
3. Traditional Asa Eobi attire.
Transform your little girl into a beautiful little lady with traditional Asa Eobi attire complete with a head scarf to match. Heels or flats and a matching clutch is all you need to get the party rolling. Ideal mostly for weddings.
4. Suspender Skirt.
A short suspender dress is ideal for weddings and church. Pair it with flats or sandals and matching hair bow or scarf.
5. High low maxi dress.
This high low maxi dress brings out the innocence of your little girl. Pair with sandals and a matching hair bow. It is good for weddings and outings.
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