African Beautiful Women and African fashion

Credit crunch, its money rather than innovation and creativity that is in short supply. Parting in Wannabe clubs less, makes sense. Avoid wearing labels like Kelvin Kline, Zara, etc.

Credit crunch is money rather than innovation and creativity that is in short supply. Partying less in Wannabe cool clubs makes sense. Avoid wearing exploitative designer labels such as Kelvin Kline, Zara, etc.


Forget the Credit crunch and become an African fashionista legend. Even the poorest of the poor in a refugee camp still looks forwards to the next day. Our advice to credit crunch wingers is to rediscover their creativity and communicate it out ,as loud as possible!

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Don’t let feminists and lesbians reclaim your fashionably light and dazzling designs.
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Certainly simple thought out , luscious fashion (Gorgeous gifts that don’t cost the earth )can have great effect on men.
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..remember, the world is your stage and well though out clothes will open more doors for you!
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There’s no use spending your life trying to look like naomi cambel and lying to yourself, that will make your life perfect.
Ehh, African sister, strip off. Look in the mirror and look hard, are you really Naomi cambel? Of-course not! So stop balancing that bag on your shoulder like a tart and get a life.
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Now, Everybody has at least one point about their body which is fabulous.
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African woman will never surrender to the capitalistic Credit Crunch.


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African Woman today has found ways to overcome western exploitative fashion label trends

African Woman today has found ways to overcome western exploitative fashion label trends


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12 thoughts on “African Beautiful Women and African fashion

  1. There is heightened increase in ethnic influenced fashion.

    I wish you had said something of the designers of these clothes, where their inspiration comes from, perhaps something of their circumstances and how we can get in touch with them.

    Another thought to are the fabrics used, is this organic cotton, linen for instance? What are the processes of turning it into such beautiful clothes? Is this incoem for impoverished families perhaps?

  2. So nice looking and gorgeous young ladies you are,but i guess you needed to show some thing about our natural rich vegetation background.just try to think about it may be it could sound with some hidden meaning thanks.
    Francis.0782340684

  3. ethnicsupplies,
    Thanks for your interest in the african designs. Yes, I understand what you’re saying. However, We don’t want to disclose so much at the moment, as these sisters will end up being exploited and made to feel inferior by European capitalists that will start rushing there, disguised as Mother Theresa’s( Ngos) to poison their minds with backward feminist ideology.
    Before telling stories, we want to first display what africans have and stories will be told at the right time, with their permission first!
    Francis,
    Thanks for your comment and concern. This is a Beauty and fashion post and not environment. However, I understand what you’re saying.
    Till our roads are repaired, buildings taken care of, rubbish collected from streets by local council, concentration camps shut down, towns beautified for the people and not bloody British colonialists visiting Uganda (CHOGM), etc, We will never let our sisters and brothers have their photos taken in such environments.

  4. Hi dears

    I realy apreciate your styles…I´m Angolan and like very much African clothes but I´m very slim ans it´s so difficult for me to find clothes that can fit me…
    I encourage you to go ahead with your project!!!
    Love,

    Judy

  5. Hello Judy,
    The best way is to buy the material and take it to a good tailor.
    They’re some good tailors in Malanje and Benguela.

    A minha namorada é angolano e esguio. Quando ela se veste de roupa Africano, ela parece rainha Nzinga.
    Muito obrigado por seu incentivo no projecto.
    Desculpem-me por o meu mau Português!

  6. GOSTEI MUITO DAS FOTOS SÃO LINDAS AS MULHERES A ROUPA É UM ESPETAQUULO GOSTARIA DE CONHECER ALGUMA DELAS AFINAL RESENTA O MEU POVO E MINHA ETNIA

  7. I Love Ugandan women..they are soo gorgeous and sexy..I wish I can meet one of these girls some day..I am actually white, but I prefer black women. I feel black women are more confident, sexy, and compasionate when it comes to relationships…

  8. I love the pictures of Africans women,they are beautiful but make sure you protect yourself against HIV as 5minutes pleasure can destroy your life.

  9. all of you have nice faces and modern way of dresses and i recommended all this fashion.

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