Fashion is never complete if you don’t incorporate style. And style is never complete if you don’t explore. One good way to explore is by trying options until you find the one you’re comfortable with then settle for it. You can do this with any African fabric. The results will be awesome like the ankara and jeans combination styles.
Bored of wearing your ankara outfits? Why don’t you spice them up with some denim? Don’t know how to go about it? Here are ankara and jeans combination styles to inspire you.
But before we show you these ankara and jeans combination styles, let’s talk a bit about denim.
What is Denim?
Denim or jean is a textile often made of cotton with a distinct diagonal pattern. It is used in making trousers (jeans), jackets, bags, shirts, etc. And for the context of this post, denim is also used to beautify ankara outfits.
Ankara and Jeans Combination Styles
Ankara and jeans combo is a match made from heaven. You can use them to slay in any occasion be it formal or casual.
Don’t know how to go about it? Check them out here.
1. Ankara and Jeans Mix and Match
2. Ankara Top With Jean Bottoms
You can as well rock your ankara tops with jean bottoms. That is, pair ankara kimono, jackets or any style of ankara top with jean skirts, bum shorts, trousers, etc. Any style of jeans would work. Be it pencil, bootcut, ripped, distressed jeans or bell bottoms.
3. Ankara Bottoms with Jean Tops
Wearing your ankara two-pieces all the time can be drab. Your ankara palazzo, skirts and other bottoms deserve to be paired with something nice. Switch them up to pair the bottoms with jean jackets and shirts. They are also suitable for layering.
4. Jeans with Ankara Accessories and Vice Versa
Denim is also a versatile fabric and this implies that there are jean accessories too. So, whenever you wear ankara, switch it up with denim accessories and enhance your style.
Ankara and jeans combination are a perfect way to stand out in ankara. You know, most people wear theirs plain. Combining yours with denim will only pop you out of the crowd.
But before this happens, you need to check our style guide on how to wear ankara and stand out.