My Modern Ankara Dress
Hi everyone, communion season is almost over for us Christians and YAAS!!! I made a little appearance with this bold, modern Ankara dress. Hope you and your family had a great time especially watching the young ones receive Christ into their lives. I can certainly say mine did. It is always such a beautiful experience being in church for the first communion. Not only do the celebrants look angelic in their beautiful white dresses and black suits, but the ceremony itself is always such a special moment for families. I remember receiving the Holly communion at age 10. It goes without saying I was more excited wearing my white dress than actually tasting communion. Or maybe it was probably both even though I remember wearing that dress at least a couple of times before the communion day.
Beautiful Modern Ankara Dress
Despite living in a society where I am surrounded by the best modern fashion and trends, I have come to realize I am more and more influenced by my culture. Maybe this is a feeling everyone grows into with age. In the last year, I have bought more African print dresses than I have ready-made contemporary fashion. Modern Ankara dresses are in. I love them because they are unique, rich with vibrant colors and tell a story. When I wore this dress over the weekend, I received a lot of compliments for the fit, style, and stitch. That is the beauty of modern Ankara dresses. You get a tailor and work with them to produce something that is customized to suit your personality
Standing out at every event is fashionable and something I enjoy doing. Why fit in when you can be different? Being like everyone else is boring. So when you are thinking outfits, think outside the box. If you live in England, you will know Coast is very popular for its beautiful women’s dresses. Why shop from Coast for a wedding when everyone else will be shopping there? To stand out, go to the lesser known fashion sites or maybe just browse AMAZON. More still, you can contact me for a unique outfit for yourself.
I hope you love my Ankara dress as much as I do. Leave a comment below and tell me what you think.
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