9 Ways to wear an African Print Maxi Dress

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African clothing options are endless, with one of the more popular styles being the maxi dress. Not only does it work for nearly every body shape, but the maxi dress is comfortable, flattering and can be worn for just about any type of occasion.

Here are Grass-fields top nine different ways you can wear an African print maxi dress.

The Spaghetti Style

Dress worn: Black Bapi Dashiki Maxi Dress

Spaghetti Style: Steal the spotlight with this beauty. Fitted at the waist to then flare into a gorgeous A-line silhouette, you won’t be able to resist wearing this dress. Take a look at that back too! This piece is ultra-feminine and perfect for taking you from day to night. Just add a statement necklace and voila!

The Off-the-Shoulder Look

The Off-the-Shoulder Look: Make the off-the-shoulder dress your go-to piece in your wardrobe! This style works when dressed up or dressed down due to its fun and funky African print design. Flowy and comfortable, this is a playful dress that does it all.

The Knotted Bustier Beauty

Dress Worn: Ekotto African Print Maxi Dress

Knotted Bustier: Stand out from the crowd in this maxi number! Not only do the colours speak for themselves but the unique detail of the knotted bustier adds a sexy dose of femininity to be the perfect date outfit.

The "Cinch That Waist!"

Dress Worn: Essos African Print Maxi Dress

Cinched Waist: A cinched waist is an awesome way to wear an African Print Maxi Dress. It flatters your shape by bringing you in at the waist and, teamed with a beautiful blue African print, will definitely help you make an impact! Not only does the belt detailing add an element of sophistication, but it makes looking good and standing out simple.

The Voluptuous Volume

Dress Worn: Yassa African Print Maxi Dress

The Voluptuous Volume: The flattering silhouette of this voluptuous volume type of maxi dress makes a woman feel like a woman. The sassy and chic style is contemporary, and combines a bold print with a voluminous maxi style. Here, it’s all in the detail to make this dress stand out.

The Heavenly Halter

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The Heavenly Halter: This long African dress is a striking example of elegance and sexiness with a flattering cross-over halter neckline that will look great during these summer months. Make a unique statement and wear this maxi with heels to make your legs look and feel even longer!

The Colour Burst

Dress Worn: Famla patchwork African Maxi Dress

Colour Burst: This dress is gorgeous on its own, but with a pop of colourful accessories, the entire look is complete. Here we have chosen bright accessories to match the dress, but a gold necklace would accentuate this neckline beautifully as well. Remember – less is more when accessorizing your African print maxi, so don’t overdo the jewellery.

The Glam Goddess

Dress Worn: African Yelwa Maxi Dress

Glam Goddess: If you are not afraid to show your pins, go for something daring with a thigh-high slit to show off your legs. Here, this ultra feminine and timeless dress is paired with a golden heel to represent the perfect example of extraordinary style.

Dress Worn: Milla African Print

The African Queen: A big floral print African maxi dress is an ideal pattern for many occasions – from a day of shopping to a morning at church. This is the picture-perfect statement piece for your wardrobe.

If there is one thing for certain about African fashion, it includes a love of prints. So, if you love vibrant and colourful clothing which is also comfortable and feminine, choose an African print maxi dress for your next day or evening out.

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