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African Fashion Takes Aberdeen This July 

FOLKSHELF is taking no chances! The unveiling of new African Fashion Styles at the pop up shop on 29th July has gotten Folkstars expectant for the event.

Meanwhile, sneak peak of what to expectant.

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FOLKSHELF presents An African Fashion Pop Up Shop – ABERDEEN 

The North East of Scotland is experiencing it’s very first African Fashion Pop Up Shop. This event is being hosted by FOLKSHELF; the online destination for African Fashion and Lifestyle Brands.

This is gradually evolving into a Fashion and Beauty Shopping and Networking event, by local African Inspired businesses in Aberdeen showing interest in showcasing their products and services.

What to look forward to are African print fashion styles and statement accessories, cultural crafts and dècor, beauty products and services, enjoying AfroBeat music as you kick back to have drinks with friends and family.

If you are in the Aberdeen area of Scotland, you can’t miss it!!! 

African Print and Lace,The Sophisticated Look!

The Ziva Dress

The Gaia Mini

The Piper Dress

Photo credit: folkshelf.com

There is something about African Print and Lace combo in a dress. There is this sophistication about the look. African Print fabric is described as exotic that gives this bold colourful style, while lace is a tender girly fabric. So its understandable to agree that African Print and Lace can give you the sophisticated style you want.

The Ziva Dress is a classic example; simple dress with the ability to be a head turner at an event. 

The shoulder detail on the Gaia Dress is simply gorgeous and I do have a soft spot for mini dresses 😉😎. I like simple, yet intriguing styles. 

I know I should be focusing on the Piper Dress, but all I am thinking of are the outfits to slay with that chain bag the model has on…. 😩Swooning over!

The Piper Dress, everyone needs dresses that accentuate their figure. Even better when done by lace details 😉. 

African Print Style in Winter

I noticed that people ditch their African Print clothes or should I say there are less African Inspired Fashion trend setters during the cold months. This really shouldn’t be the case.

Most African Print styles are cotton fabric and aren’t cold resistant. That said, there are lots of ways to use “summer” declared  clothes in Winter. 

Due to the boldness of the African Print fabric, a good way to rock your print during the cold months is wearing it as a sort of accessory. I know, you are wondering what I mean by that. 

This whole outfit can stand alone with out the African Print mini skirt from FOLKSHELF.com. But without the skirt, this style completely looses the edge that makes it fascinating. This is what accessorising your African Print clothes in the cold months look like.

More posts on how to rock African Print in Winter coming soon!