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The Most Rave-Worthy Looks From Women Across Africa – Week of August 11

The Most Rave-Worthy Looks From Women Across Africa – Week of August 11

Amajor element that defines an African woman is STYLE! And it appears the wisdom of how to live fashionably is passed down from one generation to another. This generation of millennials have however taken style to a whole new level, showing off designs and looks that are not only definitive but globally comparable.

In no other place is tailor-made clothing the most popular option than in Africa, which translates to millions of women who design their own clothes and thousands of tailoring businesses who fulfill their needs. Being able to stand out in something classic with clean lines or something a bit more contemporary is what lands the likes of Keturah King, Da Silva Ajayi, Ayanda Thabethe and Zynnell Zuh in our most rave-worthy looks of the week.

Here are the most rave-worthy looks of the week from women across Africa…

British-Nigerian journalist and television host, Keturah King looked like a true goddess in this gorgeous see-through number as styled by Lasaraie Fashions.

Nigerian ace fashion designer, Lanre DaSilva Ajayi defined regality as she celebrated her birthday in this statement piece by her fashion house.

Ghanaian actress Zynnell Zuh was simply elegant in this mustard coloured pleated gown.

With this look, South African TV Host Ayanda Thabethe proved that simplicity still rules!

Nigerian actress Ini Dima-Okojie is without a doubt a certified Style Raven. Her outfits are always distinct and eye-catching and this one is no different.

Ugandan socialite and businesswoman, Zari Hassan attended the Miss Uganda 2018 pageant in this super flowy gown by SA designer Gert-Johan Coetzee and we can’t help but think she may have outshone the contestants.

Nigerian media personality Latasha Ngwube served the right amount of sexy and style with this look and we are so here for it!

We can’t tell if this is a bodice and pant set or a jumpsuit on South African OAP Pearl Modiadie, but we love how well she rocked the mildly sultry monochrome look.

Who said top and trouser looks had to be predictable? Definitely not UK-based Nigerian style blogger Sade Akinosho. Everything about this look is perfect!

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