African Wear For Engagement Party

African Wear For Engagement Party

Getting engaged for a couple is the first step to a promising future. You must make your engagement day as memorable as possible so that you may look back years later with pride. Wearing a beautiful outfit is the first step.

 African Wear For Engagement Party

There is a plethora of beautiful engagement dresses out there. All you have to do is find them. Here are a few styles that would look glamorous at your engagement party. African wear constitutes a wide range of materials and styles. Once you find the perfect fabric, you can choose any style to make your dress in.



  1. Kente Dress

Kente is a Ghanaian textile made of handwoven cloth with bright saturated shades of yellow, red, blue, and green. It has several rows of patterns, and the front and back of the cloth are identical. There are some people who even know how to read the fabric, as proverbs are sometimes included in the thread. Wearing kente cloth is a tradition that began with the Asante (Ashanti) people and was only worn by royalty. Wearing a dress made out of the fabric on your engagement day will be carrying on a great legacy while also looking good. Kente styles for engagement are some of the most worn outfits in Ghana.


Your significant other could also choose to go for this look. He could use the fabric to make a suit that would match your dress. The beauty of this fabric is that even a patch of the cloth is noticeable, so you can use any style you want. Achieving engagement styles for couples has never been easier.


  1. Ankara Dress

The Ankara fabric is another African fabric that would look gorgeous if you wore it for your engagement. Ankara is a cotton fabric that has vibrant patterns. The patterns are not the same on every material, so this fabric offers a lot more room to experiment. Once you get the Ankara fabric, you could choose to get your dress in whichever style you prefer. An Ankara gown is one of the best styles that suit a formal occasion because of its elegant appearance. This dress will have you looking like royalty, and you are sure to turn heads wherever you go. The best part about this is that you can even use the fabric to make accessories such as hats and earrings.

Since the Ankara fabric is effortless to style, getting a style that your husband-to-be will like is very easy. He could choose to have his whole outfit made up of cloth. He could also get only the jacket of his suit in that color. Another amazing option is to have the fabric made into an agbada that matches your outfit.



  1. Aso Oke Dress

Another excellent choice for your big day is the Aso oke (top cloth). It is one of the most prestigious handwoven cloth from the Yoruba of Nigeria. The fabric takes a lot of time and a high level of expertise to weave, leading to its revered status. Wearing the Aso oke shows pride in the continent's heritage with the bonus of looking stunning. Festivals, and parties, especially engagement parties, are not complete without the presence of this amazing masterpiece. The top cloth is so famous that other communities across the continent have adapted it even though it is not their own. It has become a staple of traditional engagement dresses in Ghana.


  1. Lace Dress

While most African wear is made from colorful fabric woven from cotton or silk, there is traditional wear made from lace. These outfits strike the perfect balance between the old and the new. You can have a traditional dress for your outfit while also subscribing to the modern lace gown that is usually worn on such occasions. Traditional lace dresses have been around for a while. Therefore, you can get practically any style you want. This will depend entirely n your preferences since every outfit ever made is an awesome one.

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