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Top Reasons Why People Love Buying Premium African Fabrics

by Suphie Fresca African designed materials

Premium African Fabrics dominating the fashion world in Africa and elsewhere in the world have taken over the fashion industry as both men and women often prefer African fabrics over other types of garments these days. These impeccable fabrics represent the rich culture and tradition of Africa.

Some years ago, African Fabrics were not that popular as they are today. Let us find out where these fabrics have come from and why they have become so popular nowadays!

Origin

Truly inspired by the rich African culture, African clothes and fabrics date back to early sub-Saharan times. In the ancient times, these clothes were made of tree barks, furs, and animal hides. Authentic textiles follow conventional themes of earthy colours. Rabal, Kitenge, brocade, Kuba Cloth, Egyptian Ankh gold print, burgundy pattern, multicolour confetti, Kente print, cowrie shell print, leopard prints, Adire tie & die, African village prints etc. are some of the finest examples of these magnificent fabrics. There are many stitched, embroidered and patterned textiles too.

The fabrics are usually made from textiles woven using pure jute, cotton, silk, flax, camel and sheep wool, batik, polyester etc. People, both men and women, spin the thread to make cloth in Africa. Vegetable and mineral dyes and brightly coloured threads are two most common and popular ways to give designs to any cloth. Most designs utilised in making the fabric great are often named after plants, animals, tribal rituals, and age-old scriptures. Though there are many shops available offering top-quality African dresses, people love to buy African fabrics online.

Popularity

Clothes and dresses made from African fabrics are iconic and eye-catching. Many models and celebrities can be seen flaunting their dresses in parties and other occasions. The style, pattern, grace, and charm of these gorgeous clothing lines are just unmatchable.

Many well-known dress designers showcase their dresses made from genuine African fabrics in international fashion weeks and shows. Most of these clothing lines are handmade, and artisans carve out their culture and day-to-day African life on the dresses.

African fabrics are unique when it comes colours. For instance, commemorative prints are produced during the celebration as well as mourning occasions. Light colour dresses are worn only for special occasions. Different colours used in making the dress symbolise different occasions in African culture.

If you want to buy authentic, you should reach Fresca Fashion, the finest African Fabrics and Dresses Store. The store has been providing the best quality African fabrics and dresses for a long time and has become popular in the market.


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About Suphie Fresca Innovator   African designed materials

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Created on Jan 23rd 2018 01:50. Viewed 221 times.

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