Nsaasawa in Twi often pieces of clothes pieced together more like a guilt or like Dolly Parton puts it, cloth of many colors. In the olden days, pieces were sown together to keep kids warm, when going for child birth and often worn by the poor who couldn’t afford full piece of cloth. As our African culture and generations revolutionized so has our way of living and thinking, the African textile industry have adopted printing different designs on the same fabric to serve as a style and as a reminder of how all our differences pieced together make us uniquely beautiful. Be ready to embrace your curves! This vibrant aqua blue mermaid dress features a sweet heart neckline, zipped back, sown in allowance. The best way to care for this or any other African clothing is to dry clean or hand wash in lukewarm water.
Kente is a royal print, worn with pride as a royal is to feel. The woven Kente is hand woven from silk and cotton. This unique African fabric follows that trend of how spiders build their web. To make kente affordable, there is now Kente fabric which can be worn more often than the woven. Kente prints are worn during sentimental occasions and even during casual outings.
This Adepa essential is lightweight and guaranteed to be added to your go-to favorites in your closet. It comes in a round and v-neck and features an embroidered in Kente design around the neck, arm and on the lower left corner. The back features a “gye nyame” kente embroidered in adinkra sign. Comes in solid blue and white colors. The best way to care for this or any other African clothing is to dry clean or hand wash in lukewarm water.