When i was younger, my Mom always made matching outfit for my sisters and i, with African prints popularly known as "Ankara" back home. At time i was never a big fan of it, so i always tried to make mine different by choosing a completely different style, but even at that i only wore them on special occasion. I had them in abundant and because of that i had no value for them. Fast forward to my 20s and i’m literally begging my Mom to send me the very same thing i never valued as a kid. How ironic is that LOL. Recently i have been really into Ankara Fashion. If you notched from my last post, my pant is made out of Ankara fabric.

If you are still not such what "Ankara" means? Ankara is the word used to describe the bright printed fabric that is inspired by African fashion. It is now a very popular trend all around the world. You can get this fabric from your local African stores or you can also find them online.

I was able to collaborate with the beautiful Theshugarandspiceto bring this look to you guys.

Photographed by the talented

|| Outfit Details || What I Wore||

Jacket/pant: By a local seamstress

Black see-through camisole: Forever21

Hat: Target

Shoes: Blazcollections

Sunglasses: ALDO Accessories

To find out what Theshugarandspicego follow her.

Enjoy the look and stay fabulous. With love _ Loveth Chizy



  1. Eka
    March 21, 2018 / 12:54 pm

    Looking fab, girl! Who is the local seamstress that made the jacket and pant. It would be nice to know. I haven’t yet found one who can make good trousers. Keep up the good work !!!👍👍💕💕

    • loveth
      March 23, 2018 / 4:01 pm

      Thank you sis, im glad you like it. A sister from Dallas that made it.

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