Finally! I’ve found this after a long search. Yes, I have been on the hunt for anything in the form of ankara or African print inspired. And then one day, on the 13th of February to be exact I was just daydreaming past Topshop when I stumbled upon this beautiful skirt. I let out a little squel. I just had to have it.
This by no means signifies that I closing down all search parties for an African print dress, blazer, pant suit, shirt, bikini…you name it, I want it.
Please if you know someone who’s met someone who has access to any of these ready-made wears PLEASE contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org.
I wish I was one of those who could whip sit at their sewing machines and whip out showstopping pieces overnight. Unfortunately, I cannot sew to save my life. Working on it though.
In the meantime, I’ll celebrate one new addition to the ankara corner of my closet with this lovely ethnic print pencil skirt by Topshop. I decided to go for a print vs print with this look. What do you think?
PS: The sun was showing me mad love:)
Oh, and if you’ve got the time, check out Topshop’s Spring 2013 collection. Sublime. They definitely know what’s going down this season.
Print Skirt – Topshop (here)
Top – Mango (similar here)
Bag – Marc B (here)
Combination heel sandal – Zara (here)
Accessories (mixed vintage + thrift)
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