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The Red Vixen dress

Love our blog? Don't forget to share. Social media links below. 17th May 2020 Femininity and the power of a thigh-high slit. In a country like Ghana, how you dress says absolutely everything. Not a little about something. Everything about EVERYTHING. Why be one-dimensional? Toeing the line between traditional and sexy in African print can be tricky, especially as Ghanaians like to attribute ONE personality trait to you based on your appearance. So what is a multi-faceted femme to do? How do you look simple yet splendid?Mature yet still playful?Throw in a slit!A little bit of leg makes any outfit...

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🇬🇭Ghana takes a fashionable stand🇬🇭 Friday 12th November 2004, the Ghanaian government launched the "National Friday Wear Programme" to project a national identity through the use of local fabric and labour.This initiative was a Godsend, to say the least and was very well received by the Ghanaian public. Every Friday for the first few years after its launch, every Kofi and Ama showed out in their best corporate casual African clothing to work. The looks started off conservative but gradually became more daring and fashion-forward. Seen a look online in minimalist jersey or polka dot fabric? Grab a pic and...

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  This is no fashion nova fit. Let's start there. I will wear my hibiscus jumpsuit to RAGS. I've worn it on lunch dates, to seminars, on holiday and today I'm wearing it to find the perfect saloon mango. Now, there is some debate about the etymology of this supposed species of mango. "Saloon" mango. That's not a thing. But this is Ghana. No one cares what something is called as long as it looks or tastes good. #TROPICALBABE     When I first laid my eyes on the hibiscus fabric in the middle of makola market, I made a...

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