Kente Dress with peep toe wedge shoes: Ghanaian Kente styles

Kente dresses are so hot right now. The rich African cultural heritage is pouring into fashion world and fashionistas and celebrities can’t get enough of it. ‘Kente’ cloth, known as nwentoma in Akan, is a type of silk and cotton fabric made of interwoven cloth strips and is native to the Akan ethnic group of South Ghana. This fabric was originally worn by kings and queens or important people but nowadays you don’t have to own a throne to rock this style.

We love how she has paired her ‘kente’ dress with black wedges letting the dress speak for itself. Since kente dresses are vibrant it’s best to keep your accessories and make up to a minimal.

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Kente dress was also spotted on Neo-soul singer, songwriter Elle Varner who wore a Ghanaian strapless Kente dress for her music video, Only Wanna Give It to You featuring J. Cole. She teamed up her look with a bright orange blazer and killer heels for a sassy look.

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These dresses are super stylish, feminine and will make you stand out from the crowd. Kente dresses can be worn to the office, lunch date and weddings. Pair them with killer heels and a clutch bag for a casual or wedding look or dress it down with flat shoes for a day out shopping

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So if you’re looking for African Inspiration with a vibrant twist, consider the Kente design.

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