There’s no stopping Lavie By CK. To say again that this label knows a woman’s body is like a “resounding gong or a clanging cymbal” (1 Corinthians 13.). See, this designer has me quoting scripture. Now, if we are not careful, I just might start speaking in tongues! Did you all spot Porsha Williams- The Real Housewives of Atlanta star in an African print dress?

O my goodness, Claude Kameni has gifted hands! Even in pregnancy, she is able to design a gorgeous dress to showcase that adorable bump while glorifying the voluptuous body of Porsha Williams.

Now, we all know The Real Housewives of Atlanta_ star, Porsha Williams, is a stunning woman with a banging body. But, this dress just takes her to a whole ‘nother level. Ethereal! Goddess! Bellisima!

Porsha Williams In African Print Evening Dress By Lavie By CK

I am so in awe of this look, I’m at a loss for words. The Egyptian Goddess necklace is the topping on this ingenious look. Rocking that with some diamond studs as her solitary piece of jewellery is genius! (Her engagement ring is not considered jewellery right?). Then, with her hair all pulled back into a low ponytail, we are able to just enjoy the dress free from distraction. Of course, we need to. The dress is a work of art!

First of all, the colors on this fabric are everything. The blue, yellow and fuschia, marry so seamlessly well together. Then, the design too is simply breathtaking. Upon the first gaze, it may seem like too much fabric especially with the layered long sleeves and mermaid’s bottom. However, the body-hugging sheath, enveloping the baby bump in all its glory is absolute perfection! Ahhhhhhh… Ms Porsha is oozing all sorts of African Queen royalty and we are loving it!

Porsha Williams In African Print Evening Dress By Lavie By CK
Porsha cradles Her Baby Bump in a Lavie By CK evening dress
Multi color African Print evening dress by Lavie By CK
The Real Housewives Of Atlanta star cradles baby bump

I implore you all my African beauties to embrace your culture and heritage. The Ankara, Kente, Toghu, Kitenge, Pagne, Bogolan, Afritude, Shweshwe, Emahiya etc., whichever one you choose will work just fine. By all means, reach into your inner “Africaness” and start rocking all these gorgeous fabrics. You are definitely going to stand tall and stand out.

 

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